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    How do hybrid storage systems handle data redundancy and disaster recovery?

    by edisionthomas052 ·

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    Hello everyone,

    I hope this message finds you well. I’m currently researching hybrid storage systems and their capabilities, particularly in terms of data redundancy and disaster recovery. Could someone please shed light on how hybrid storage systems typically handle these aspects?
    Your insights and experiences would be greatly appreciated.

    Best regards,

    Thomas Edision

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      In short, these DO NOT!

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to How do hybrid storage systems handle data redundancy and disaster recovery?

      It’s very simple. “We only lose what we don’t backup.”

      The new researcher might think there is some magic storage that will let them avoid the usual backups.
      If you don’t backup then it was your choice to lose data.

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      by kees_b ·

      In reply to How do hybrid storage systems handle data redundancy and disaster recovery?

      The link you provided (and that I deleted as spam) says it “is designed to provide performance, simplicity, capacity, security, and high availability”.
      Nothing about data redundancy and disaster recovery. So for the moment I would say they typically don’t.

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