A measure of the speed at which a backup system can write data to a backup device. Common measurements are MB/s (megabytes per second) or TB/hr (terabytes per hour). Backup throughput depends on the performance of several elements, including the data source, the target, the networks over which the data is moved, the servers transferring the data, and the software controlling the operation.
Variable-length deduplication typically reduces disk backup capacity by more than 90% and allows existing networks to be used for automated DR protection.
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