Implementing IBM Real-time Compression on the IBM XIV Storage System

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Published on 23 November 2015, updated 22 February 2017

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ISBN-10: 0738454699
ISBN-13: 9780738454696
IBM Form #: REDP-5216-00


Authors: Guenter Rebmann, Albert Verhoeff and Megan Gilge

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    Abstract

    IBM® Real-time Compression™ is fully integrated in the IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3 with software version 11.6. Real-time Compression provides the possibility to store 2 - 5 times more data per XIV system, without additional hardware. This technology also expands the storage-replication-related bandwidth, and can significantly decrease the total cost of ownership (TCO).

    Using compression for replication and for volume migration with IBM Hyper-Scale Mobility is faster, and requires less bandwidth for the interlink connections between the IBM XIV storage systems, because the data that is transferred through these links is already compressed. IBM Real-time Compression uses patented IBM Random Access Compression Engine (RACE) technology, achieving field-proven compression ratios and performance with compressible data.

    This IBM Redpaper™ publication helps administrators understand and implement IBM Real-time Compression on the IBM XIV Gen3 storage system.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Overview

    Chapter 2. Compression technology overview

    Chapter 3. IBM Real-time Compression

    Chapter 4. Planning

    Chapter 5. Configuring compressed volumes

    Chapter 6. Performance

    Chapter 7. Maintenance and troubleshooting

     

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