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Why RAID is Wrong at Hyperscale
For quite some time, it’s been widely accepted that the best way to protect data on disks is with a redundant array of independent disks (RAID). RAID is a storage technology that distributes data across multiple disk drives. In the case of RAID, if a drive fails, it’s possible to recover data from the data on the remaining good drives using additional parity data - an extra bit of information calculated from the stored data that helps with recovery when lost.
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