An Updated Look at Open Source Data Deduplication

Last Thursday I had the pleasure of speaking to the Seattle Area System Administrators Guild on the University of Washington Campus.  My talk was on Open Source Data Deduplication, and since it had been almost half a year since my last look at the technology, I ran some updated tests against the latest software releases.  My updated findings are in the slide show below.  Enjoy!
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