Anatomy of a Archiving Project Basic Principles To Consider. Bruce Fischer, Princeton Softech. Princeton Softech. Proven leader in Enterprise Data Management Solving complex data management issues since 1989
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- Mitigating Risks Associated with Data Retention and E-Discovery Requirements
How can archiving help?
How many copies?
Quality ControlData Multiplier Effect
Actual Data Burden = Size of production database + all replicated clones
Historical DataEvolving Business Value
Tier 2Define Storage Strategies
CLOSE_DATE < 31-DEC-2000Set Migration Policies
SAN / NAS
*Exact requirements depend on regulatory environment
Existing storage technology to be combined with new storage technology (e.g. ATA disk storage) to help reduce cost.
Define the data to delete
Select Archive File storage
Create the archive
Research, report, retrieveCreating and Managing Archived Data