A Look at Open Source Data Deduplication

I’m headed out to LinuxFest NorthWest in Bellingham, WA, this afternoon.  It’s a great indulgence for technical folks, and this year I’ll be presenting a fairly technical talk on Data Deduplication at 3:30PM on Saturday April 30th, in Haskell 111.

I hope to see you there!

Data Deduplication is a way to save precious disk space and power in large server systems.  You may review a PDF of my slides or view the SlideShare below.

Update 9/6/2011: the embedded slide are from an updated presentation, not the original presented at Linux Fest Northwest.

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