How APTARE Can Help You with Deduplication
Friday, December 28, 2018
Regardless of the composition of your IT structure, there are likely many ways it could be operating more efficiently, and depending on its size, efficient IT operation can save your enterprise hundreds of thousands or, in some cases, millions of dollars. One of the most common ways enterprises tend to use storage resources inefficiently is by way of redundant files. Even through necessary operations like replication and backup, redundant files and data accumulate over time, taking up a great deal of storage and contributing to unwieldy and inefficient storage resource use.
Fortunately, APTARE IT Analytics provides users with the means to track unnecessary data duplication loads by finding 1:1 ratios.
Deduplication as Routine Storage Management
APTARE IT Analytics is the industry leader in the provision of actionable insights for the full IT infrastructure, and includes everything you need to accomplish successful file deduplication in your IT environment. APTARE IT Analytics provides a clear view of all stored files, even revealing what ratio of file duplication is necessary to help a given enterprise save money.
If you’re interested in seeing firsthand how APTARE IT Analytics identifies redundant files and deduplicates even the most complicated environments, please don’t hesitate to request a demo!
APTARE IT Analytics has been used to deduplicate massive enterprise IT environments, and some cases, resulted in savings of around $500k. Beyond providing the initial insights needed to fully accomplish deduplication, IT Analytics notifies users when the goal ratio has been achieved, so you know exactly when it should be turned off.
In addition to identifying and compressing redundancies, APTARE IT Analytics also stops new redundancies from occurring. IT Analytics deduplicates files by operating in front of the storage array, identifying the files according to metadata and halting duplication. This method prevents duplications from occurring in the first place.