The dd6900 provides up to 288 tb usable capacity

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The DD6900 provides up to 288 TB usable capacity without Cloud Tier. Thesystem capacity is above the 70 TB storage requirement, leaving a 76% buffer.
Page 18© Copyright 2020 Dell Inc.Model Capacity and Throughput PerformancePowerProtect DD Capacity and Throughput Planning and Monitoring-Participant GuideScenario 2A customer estimates that they require 275 TB usable storage for backups over thenext 5 years. They require at least 15 TB/hour throughput to ensure that all data isbacked up within their backup window.If both DD Boost and Dell EMC Cloud Tier are used, the customer could use theDD6900. Otherwise the DD9400 would be the better choice.If Cloud Tier and DD Boost are used, the DD6900 is a possible solution:If DD Boost is the primary protocol that is used for backup data 33 TB/hr isbacked up, providing a 55% buffer for throughput.If Cloud Tier is used, the DD6900 provides up to 576 TB capacity. The systemcapacity provides a 52% buffer.If Cloud Tier and DD Boost are not used, the DD6900 is not a possible solution:If CIFS and NFS are the primary protocols that are used for backup data, thecustomer can expect up to 15 TB/hr for backup data. The system throughputmatches the requirement, but leaves no buffer for growth.If Cloud Tier is not used, the DD6900 provides up to 288 TB capacity. Althoughthe system capacity is above the requirement, it does not provide therecommended 20% buffer.
Page 19© Copyright 2020 Dell Inc.Model Capacity and Throughput PerformancePowerProtect DD Capacity and Throughput Planning and Monitoring-Participant GuideThe DD9400 is a possible solution even if Cloud Tier and DD Boost are not used:The DD9400 provides up to 26 TB/hr using CIFS or NFS and up to 57 TB/hrwhen using DD Boost. Regardless of which protocols are used, the DD9400exceeds the throughput requirement.The DD9400 provides up to 768 TB usable capacity without Cloud Tier. Thesystem capacity is above the 275 TB storage requirement, leaving a 64%buffer.
Page 20© Copyright 2020 Dell Inc.Model Capacity and Throughput PerformancePowerProtect DD Capacity and Throughput Planning and Monitoring-Participant GuideScenario 3A customer estimates that they require 625 TB usable storage for backups over thenext 5 years. They require at least 36 TB/hour throughput to ensure that all data isbacked up within their backup window.If DD Boost and Dell EMC Cloud Tier are used, the customer could use theDD9400. Otherwise the DD9900 would be the better choice.If Cloud Tier and DD Boost are used, the DD9400 is a possible solution:If DD Boost is the primary protocol that is used for backup data 57 TB/hr isbacked up, providing a 37% buffer for throughput.If Cloud Tier is used, the DD9400 provides up to 2.3 PB capacity. The DD9400provides a 73% buffer for capacity.If Cloud Tier and DD Boost are not used, the DD9400 is not a possible solution:If CIFS and NFS are the primary protocols that are used for backup data, thecustomer can expect up to 26 TB/hr for backup data. The maximum throughputof the DD9400 is below the requirement of 36 TB/hr.

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