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January 18, 2011

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Integrity of data over a long time was an issue that wasn't addressed properly when it comes to archiving. Great post.

Scott Waterhouse

Mr. Appliance;

Data integrity on the Data Domain Archiver is provided by the same exceptionally sound architecture as a regular Data Domain appliance: the Data Invulnerability Architecture. All data is protected in multiple ways, including RAID and data at rest consistency checking, is self-healing, does not propogate errors, and is protected by multiple levels of hashing. The data integrity features of the Data Domain architecture are amongst the strongest and most secure of any storage system of any kind.

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