Comparing Deduplication Options

Deduplication Options Supported Destination Storage

Pictured above: sample chart you’ll find in the full guide, click here for full deduplication comparison guide To help you understand the full range of advantages provided by using OpenDedup vs other data deduplication options, the team at PolarKey Technologies (our Professional […]

Supported by PolarKey Technologies

OpenDedup + PolarKey Technologies = Simple Implementation and Ongoing Support The PolarKey team has over 30 years of experience providing support services for partner products. OpenDedup is working with PolarKey as our support partner to assist with implementation and provide […]

Backblaze B2 Enabled

 OpenDedupe + Backblaze B2 = Cloud Storage Happiness Backblaze B2 is a leader in low cost cloud storage and OpenDedupe is the leader in getting your data to the cloud. So the question is, how can I use OpenDedupe to […]

Netbackup And Backup Exec Ready

SDFS is qualified for use with NetBackup and Backup Exec and can be used as a target. OpenDedupe has even Developed and Qualified an OST connector for Netbackup with Veritas. This means that you can send dedupe netbackup images to the […]

Free and Opensource

SDFS if licensed under GPLv2. This means the its free to use and update as needed. SDFS is available on GitHub and the source is downloadable here.

Scalable Performance

SDFS is fast. It runs on standard spinning disks at speeds of over 2GB/s for data that is highly redundant on a single server class CPU. On data that’s unique its performance is bound by your storage or cloud bandwidth, […]

Cloud Storage Native

SDFS uses local or Cloud object storage for saving data after is deduplicated. It works will all the big players such as AWS S3, AWS Glacier, Azure, Google, and most S3 compliant backends. Deduplication and compression is really important when […]


SDFS Depolys strong AES-CBC 256 bit encrytion. The encryption can be deployed for local or cloud backed data. This means that your data is secure from unwanted eyes whether its on disk or in the cloud.

File System

  SDFS is a POSIX compliant filesystem for Linux and Windows that performs inline deduplication to local disk or cloud object storage. This means it works natively with the applications such as backup and vmware without any changes. All you do […]