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Disk to disk to tape quiz

Think you know all of the different disk to disk to tape (D2D2T) backup terms? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up on our disk backup geek-o-meter. How many can you guess without peeking?

1. This is an approach to computer storage backup and archiving in which data is initially copied to backup storage on a disk storage system and then periodically copied again to a tape storage system (or possibly to an optical storage system).
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2. This form of backup behaves as disk and doesn't take on the characteristics of tape.
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3. This type of backup target is accessed via NFS or CIFS.
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4. This type of backup target is accessed via Fibre Channel or iSCSI.
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5. These are backups that are sent to a disk-as-disk backup target rather than a virtual tape library or physical tape.
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6. This is a disk array and server running an application that makes the disk array looks like a tape library to the backup software application.
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7. This is a type of virtual tape library (VTL) backup that directly integrates with a tape component and also manages the process of copying data from VTL to physical tape.
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8. This is a type of VTL that stands by itself, like a regular tape library. It uses the backup software's tape-to-tape copy to migrate data from virtual tape to physical tape.
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