Designing Primary Storage to Ease the Backup Burden

Good post by George Crump (thank you)

When IT planners map out their primary storage architectures they typically focus on how well the system will perform, how far it will scale and how reliable it will be. Data protection, that process that guards against corruption or system failure in primary storage or even a site disaster, is too often a secondary consideration, and often made by someone else. But what if the primary storage system could be designed to protect itself from these occurrences? Would that make it possible to simplify or even eliminate the data protection process altogether?

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