Active archiving solves application performance problems by moving infrequently used data from production databases, and placing it into an "active" archive, where it is easy to research and selectively restore when needed.
"Mission-critical systems require strong doses of ongoing housecleaning if they are to provide sustained competitive advantage," said Rich Evans, vice president of enterprise data centre strategies for Meta Group, a leading IT industry analysis firm. "Companies are going to be looking to 'active archiving' solutions to increase the performance of their databases while controlling maintenance and capacity costs."
"Our customers' databases are growing at an unprecedented rate, with some doubling, even tripling, in a year's time," said president and chief executive officer of Princeton Softech, Lisa Cash.
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