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Nasuni: Versioning File System For Cloud
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cbabcock
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cbabcock,
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11/20/2013 | 9:05:26 PM
Versioning: The hidden savings
If you're storing  your data in the cloud, why take advantage of the cloud's tendency to always keep three copies. With snapshots, I think you store the latest changes to the data rather than execute a whole data replication. That's a savings in network bandwidth and data handling costs. But you can still reconstruct the complete data set at any given point in time.
Ariella
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Ariella,
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11/19/2013 | 5:30:18 PM
snapshot
That sounds like a really great idea, both for regular checks and to aid in recovering from a data disaster: "a snapshot captures a version of the entire system at a given point in time. The snapshot can be referenced to rebuild lost files if at some point data is destroyed or lost." 


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