You can use the link below to download the Data Domain documentation and also setup a DDVE to start learning:
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here the deduplication is source side or destination side? and what is source side and destination side deduplication?
can you explain in detail?????
Destination Site Deduplication = eleminating duplicate data at DD
Source Site Deduplication = eleminating duplicate data already at the data source (where the disks are attached)
Obvious result: less data to transfer
CIFS = Common Internet File System The Windows specific, native file system
NFS = NetWork File System The UNIX/Linux specific file system
You may also use a DD as a 'standard' disk system if you so not want to use DDBoost.
DD provides destination site inline variable length deduplication.....DDBoost cannot be explained in one line...its a proprietary protocol designed by Dell EMC and supported by list of other Backup solutions as well apart from NetWorker and Avamar.
Take a look at this: