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Title: DEDIS: Distributed exact deduplication for primary storage infrastructures
Authors: João Tiago Paulo
José Orlando Pereira
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: Deduplication is now widely accepted as an efficient technique for reducing storage costs at the expense of some processing overhead, being increasingly sought in primary storage systems [7, 8] and cloud computing infrastructures holding Virtual Machine (VM) volumes [2, 1, 5]. Besides a large number of duplicates that can be found across static VM images [3], dynamic general purpose data from VM volumes allows space savings from 58% up to 80% if deduplicated in a cluster-wide fashion [1, 4]. However, some of these volumes persist latency sensitive data which limits the overhead that can be incurred in I/O operations. Therefore, this problem must be addressed by a cluster-wide distributed deduplication system for such primary storage volumes.
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