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  • P

    post-processing deduplication (PPD)

    Post-processing deduplication (PPD), also known as asynchronous de-duplication, is the analysis and removal of redundant data after a backup is complete and data has been written to storage.

  • R

    remote backup appliance

    A remote backup appliance is a hardware device that ships with a backup software application pre-loaded.  The appliance is used to back up corporate data that is located outside the corporate data center. 

  • remote replication

    Remote replication is the process of copying production data to a device at a remote location for data protection or disaster recovery purposes.

  • removable media

    Removable media is any type of storage device that can be removed from a computer while the system is running. Examples of removable media include CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray disks, as well as diskettes and USB drives

  • ROBO backup (remote data backup)

    ROBO backup is the process of copying and archiving data created by remote and branch offices (ROBOs) and storing it securely.

  • S

    serverless backup

    Serverless data backup removes backup procedures from production servers so that the time usually spent on backup functions can be used for other server tasks.

  • source deduplication

    Source deduplication is the removal of redundancies from data before transmission to the backup target.

  • storage snapshot

    A storage snapshot is a set of reference markers for data at a particular point in time. A snapshot acts like a detailed table of contents, providing the user with accessible copies of data that they can roll back to.

  • Symantec NetBackup

    Symantec NetBackup is a backup and recovery product designed for enterprise users.

  • T

    tape backup

    Tape can help fix an unstructured data backup issue and is a good archiving medium. Explore tape's strengths and weaknesses, plus important tips for protecting tape backups.

  • tape library

    In data storage, a tape library is a collection of magnetic tape cartridges and tape drives.

  • tape shoe-shining or back-hitching

    Tape shoe-shining (also known as tape back-hitching) refers to the back and forth motion a tape drive makes when the data stream to the drive is interrupted.

  • target deduplication

    Target deduplication is the removal of redundancies from a backup transmission as it passes through an appliance sitting between the source and the backup target.

  • Tower of Hanoi backups

    Tower of Hanoi is a complex tape backup strategy that's useful for archiving data for an extended period of time in an economical manner by using a cycle of exponential retention periods instead of a large number of tapes.

  • V

    Veeam Backup & Replication

    Veeam Backup & Replication is a software product developed by Veeam Software to back up, restore and replicate data on virtual machines (VMs).

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