Hyperscale Data Reduction (A Software-Defined Storage solution)
Just One Data's (J1D) hybrid data reduction software architecture supports a hybrid inline and post deduplication optimizing between performance and hardware requirement. Unique to J1D, the software understands the effectiveness of its inline deduplication, so can be fine tuned to minimize RAM usage. The software uses the most effective block segmenting method to achieve the highest possible deduplication ratio and cost saving. With global deduplication and deduplication-aware replication, the the object-based software provides an effective solution for data protection, archiving, and disaster recovery.
J1D's hybrid data reduction software architecture supports a cluster of gateways and scales incrementally for performance and capacity. The software architecture supports object storage with its similar characteristics for scale and cost effectiveness. The ability to achieve high performance with object storage is unique and patentable and further differentiates J1D. Supporting a huge data reduction repository is key to achieving the best cost saving since it avoid having "islands of storage" and data storage redundancy.
Global Deduplication and Deduplication-aware WAN Replication
J1D's hybrid data reduction software architecture supports global deduplication of data at a central site from remote sites using deduplication-aware WAN replication. Very often, without the reduced WAN bandwidth resulting from deduplication, replication and disaster recovery would not be possible. Further replication of data from the central site to a disaster recovery site is possible. The remote sites use traditional disk storage for their data storage while the larger central and disaster recovery sites use object storage.
J1D's solutions are designed specifically for commodity hardware, and allowing for immediate and flexible hardware upgrades. This allows enterprises and MSPs to meet their storage growth needs, while avoiding lock-ins and inflexibility associated with using high-cost, traditional storage solutions.