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DXi and vmPRO Fix Broken Backup with Scalable, High-Performance Solution Projected to Deliver $1.6 Million in Savings Over Three Years
SAN JOSE, CA – Aug. 12, 2014 — /BackupReview.info/ — Quantum Corp. today announced that the University of San Diego has deployed DXi®-Series deduplication with vmPRO™ software to protect the school’s virtual machine (VM) data, bringing data growth under control and dramatically reducing the school’s reliance on disk storage through a new backup workflow. Based on the university’s growth projections, the new system is anticipated to save $1.6 million over the next three years.
Fixing a Broken VM Backup Workflow
Meeting Evolving Data Use Demands
As a purpose-built backup appliance, the DXi-Series is designed to be easy to implement and manage. The university immediately began seeing results after deploying it, achieving a 22:1 deduplication ratio and greatly improved restore times with the DXi appliance, which has proven highly reliable and cost-effective. The IT department also found the agentless vmPRO software easy to install, and, because it backs up data in native VMware format, the university is now protecting its virtual environment with greater availability and efficiency.
The IT department no longer struggles to meet the backup policies it sets and can confidently back up all of its data within established backup windows. Due to the cost savings resulting from the improved workflow and process delivered by Quantum technology, the university’s systems architects are also now free to work on more strategic projects to advance the school’s goals for the future. In addition, with DXi’s cloud-ready capabilities, the university is exploring how it can leverage the cloud for replication and archive purposes.
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