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Announcing qdda 2.0


It’s almost a year since I blogged about qdda (the Quick & Dirty Dedupe Analyzer). qdda is a tool that lets you scan any Linux disk or file (or multiple disks) and predicts potential thin, dedupe and compression savings if you would move that disk/file to an All Flash array like [...]

The Quick and Dirty Dedupe Analyzer – Part 1 – Hands on


As announced in my last blogpost, qdda is a tool that analyzes potential storage savings by scanning data and giving a deduplication, compression and thin provisioning estimate. The results are an indication whether a modern All-Flash Array (AFA) like Dell EMC XtremIO would be worth considering. In this (lenghty) post I [...]

The Quick and Dirty Deduplication Analyzer


The best thing about being me… There are so many “me”s. — Agent Smith, The Matrix Reloaded One of our customers reported less than optimal space savings on XtremIO running Oracle. In order to test various scenarios with Oracle I was in search of a deduplication analysis method or tool – only [...]

A Match Made in Heaven: Announcing XtremIO’s AppSync iCDM ...


The heart of EMC XtremIO’s breakthrough workload consolidation and business process agility benefits is our integrated Copy Data Management (iCDM). As discussed in a separate blog, iCDM is the unique integration to consolidate both primary production data and its non-production copies on the same scale-out all-flash array. Today we announce [...]

VSPEX Offers Even More Flexibility In Citrix Environments


When we introduced VSPEX, we made a commitment to helping meet unique business needs while giving partners the flexibility to choose the technology that works.  Today, we are furthering this commitment by introducing new solutions for End User Computing with … Continue reading → Author information Chad Dunn Senior Director, VSPEX Product Management [...]