What is HP StoreOnce Catalyst?

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Does anyone know about HP StoreOnce catalyst ? What for it is used ? Where exactly we use these kide of hardware ? What are the different systems that support such hardware ?

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What is HP StoreOnce Catalyst?


HP StoreOnce Catalyst is a software that enable to deduplicate (technique for eliminating coarse-grained redundant data) your application and backup server. This works with your B6200 disk, before moving your data to the disk system. This would speed up your data deduplication, This supports, HP's symantec Netbackup and Data protector 7. So, this transmits less data and improved the speed of backup, it optimizes storage and does not need to send data to the storage when it's already there.

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What is HP StoreOnce Catalyst?


The HP StoreOnce Catalyst is a feature that allows you to do the following:

  • Backup data to a target store on the HP StoreOnce Backup System. On the HP StoreOnce Backup System or on the media server, deduplication may happen.
  • Copy jobs between HP StoreOnce Backup Systems. All configurations are carried out from the backup application making this a pretty good alternative to using replication function on the HP StoreOnce Backup System.

You need a backup application that supports HP StoreOnce Catalyst to use this feature. Among the benefits of HP StoreOnce Catalyst include:

  • Deduplication can happen on either the media server or HP StoreOnce Backup System which guarantees efficient use of available bandwidth.
  • The backup application has full control of its data for the complete lifecycle of the backup data.

For more information, go to HP StoreOnce Catalyst.

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