Today, Dell EMC is expanding its modern protection storage portfolio with Dell EMC Data Domain DD3300, a new platform specifically designed to deliver enterprise-level data protection to small to mid-size organizations and remote/branch office environments of larger enterprises.
Why Data Domain DD3300 and Why Now?
Organizations today face many challenges and conflicting priorities including data growth, supporting an ever-growing number of applications, an increasingly stringent regulatory and compliance environment, and continuously shrinking budgets. For organizations of all sizes, small to large, it is paramount for business success, more than ever before, that their data is protected and that they can easily leverage cloud for flexibility agility and economics.
Achieve Enterprise-Level Data Protection Without an Enterprise-Size Data Center
Data Domain DD3300 is purpose built for modernizing data protection of small to mid-size organizations and enterprise remote/branch office environments. DD3300 is simple and comprehensive, cloud-ready, and offers multi-site scalability.
DD3300 offers Dell EMC’s comprehensive data protection capabilities, including inline encryption and DD Boost for faster backups and lower network usage. DD3300 also provides coverage for a wide application ecosystem, from enterprise to homegrown applications. A 2U appliance that enables you to start small and expand capacity as your needs increase, and with an average data reduction rate in the range of 10-55x, the DD3300 will provide an impressive ROI along with dramatic cost savings, bringing greater scalability and significant reduction in WAN bandwidth use for backups and recovery.1
Modernize Your Data Protection With Simple Extension to the Cloud
To enable smaller IT environments to simply extend to the cloud for long-term retention, DD3300 supports Data Domain Cloud Tier. With DD3300, organizations can natively-tier deduplicated data to the cloud for long-term retention without the need for a separate cloud gateway or a virtual appliance. This new compact Data Domain delivers cost-effective long-term retention on a wide cloud ecosystem including Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) and major public clouds.
DD3300 also supports Data Domain Cloud Disaster Recovery service. In conjunction with Dell EMC Data Protection Software, the Data Domain Cloud Disaster Recovery enables virtual machine images protected on Data Domain DD3300 to be copied to object storage within the public cloud for a modern, cost efficient disaster recovery solution that takes advantage of the cloud.
Protect Data Wherever It Resides With Multi-Site Scalability
With elegant, multi-site scalability with the included capabilities of Data Domain Replicator, DD3300 provides fast, network-efficient and encrypted replication from remote offices to the central data center. It only transfers deduplicated data across the network, eliminating up to 98% of the bandwidth required.2 With its compact design, DD3300 is ideal for multi-site scenarios with remote and/or branch IT environments that house data separate from the central IT environment.
Get Even More With Dell EMC Data Protection Software
To maximize the return on investment and get the most out of Dell EMC’s advanced deduplication, Data Domain DD3300 can be paired with our modern Data Protection software. With DD3300 and Dell EMC Data Protection software, customers can amplify the logical capacity and cloud capabilities, benefit from an intuitive user-friendly interface for simpler management, and take advantage of advanced VMware automation and integration capabilities.
Whether securing data of a small to mid-sized business or a department of a Fortune 100 company, Dell EMC Data Domain DD3300 provides dependable protection.
Dell EMC Data Domain 3300 is generally available through Dell EMC and channel partners. To learn more about Dell EMC Data Domain DD3300, view the product details on the Dell EMC Store and follow @DellEMCProtect on Twitter for the latest announcements, customer case studies and topical content.
1 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of >15,000 Data Domain systems deployed worldwide, November 2017
2 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis, July 2017