Disk-to-Disk Consolidated Backup The use of disk-to-disk backup is increasing due to the falling cost of disk storage, the elimination of physical limits, relative unreliability of manual tape storage programs, and the need for ready access to data.
What does D2D stand for?
D2D stands for Disk-To-Disk (backup technology/strategy)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 29 other meanings of D2D in our Acronym Attic
- Database to Database
- Day to Day
- Dealer to Dealer
- Department to Department
- Design to Delivery (various organizations)
- Device-to-Device (communications)
- Digital-to-Digital (converter)
- Direct to Data (ParkerVision, Inc.)
- Direct to Disk (recording technology)
- Discovery to Delivery (various meanings)
- District-to-District (education)
- Division to Division
- Dollars to Doughnuts
- Door to Door (sales)
- Doorway to Dreams (Allston, MA)
- Dot to Dot
- Dusk to Dawn (violence prevention program; Nebraska Medicine)
- Dust to Dawson (motorcycle ride)
- Disk to Disk to Tape (backup strategy where data is backed up to disk then to tape for faster recovery)
- Dedicated to Drug Development Ltd.
Samples in periodicals archive:
com Software, $299-$1,299 This latest release is offered in four updated editions: Retrospect 7 Multi Server, Single Server, Small Business Server and Disk-to-Disk.
Both the 1U and 2U appliances support RAID 0, 1 and 5, and both offer optional tape autoloader or library as well as disk-to-disk and disk-to-tape backup.
More and more industry experts agree that a solid disaster recovery plan incorporates the archival strengths of tape backup, but then addresses the business continuance gaps with the proven technological advantages that disk-to-disk backup offers.
Customers that require the highest recovery service levels use disk-to-disk data replication, but this requires changing their traditional backup processes to implement the technology.