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HPE StoreOnce – Product Brief

Last updated June 1st, 2021 for product updates. 7-page summary of the usage, potential, strengths and concerns of the HPE StoreOnce product. Download the full Product Brief now!

HPE’s StoreOnce deduplication product line is used for backup and long-term retention of backup points. The StoreOnce Gen 4 product line includes virtual appliances for remote or cloud deployments and small to large size models.

All StoreOnce models support Virtual Tape Library (VTL) access, NAS access and HPE Catalyst object access. Data deduplication rates range from 10x to 30x and depend greatly on the data sets
being deduplicated. As with competing systems, StoreOnce utilizes inline deduplication during the transfer to the storage to minimize storage capacity utilized and improve performance. HPE StoreOnce systems have been shipping for a number of years and have gained widespread market adoption for use as backup-todisk systems.

Usage and Deployment

The primary use of HPE StoreOnce physical and virtual appliances is as backup targets for backup applications. StoreOnce midrange and enterprise systems are scalable, offering the ability to expand the capacity of the appliance. Centralized backup with replication is also supported, with multiple systems able to replicate backup copies to another system.

The Catalyst interface supports distributed balancing of backup workloads across multiple StoreOnce appliances. Additionally, encryption of data during transfer and encryption of data at rest help to address enterprise data security and compliance requirements. Support for movement of copies to tape is also supported.

 

HPE StoreOnce Product Brief Includes:

  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Usage and Deployment
  • EvaluScale Review Methodology
  • Evaluator Group Opinion

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