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Capacity Tier

Capacity Tier is an additional tier of storage that can be attached to a Scale-Out Backup Repository. Capacity Tier moves applicable data from the SOBR extents to a cloud or to S3-compatible devices for long-term storage.  

This feature is most useful if:

  • You are running out of storage space.
  • Your organization policies allow you to store only a certain amount of data on your extents, while the outdated data should be stored elsewhere.

Capacity Tier expands the scale-out backup repository abilities and allows you to store backup data in cloud-based object storage or S3-compatible on-premises storage, such as:

  • S3-compatible devices
  • Amazon S3
  • Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
  • Microsoft Azure Data Box devices
  • IBM Cloud Object Storage

With Capacity Tier you can:

Capacity Tier Note:

Before you start using Capacity Tier, make sure to check the pricing plans of your cloud storage provider to avoid additional costs for offloading and downloading backup data.

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