ILM partitioning can be an effective solution to data growth challenges.Active archiving and partitioning complement each other when managed through a common ILM framework. - John Ottman, Executive Chairman, Solix Technologies
Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
Solix Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions, today announced Solix EDMS ILM Partitioning. Database partitioning improves application performance and reduces storage costs. By partitioning within an ILM framework, application performance improvements and storage cost savings may be realized within compliance and data management policy frameworks.
Data growth has a big impact on application performance, and application owners may elect to reduce data volumes to achieve dramatic application performance improvement. By partitioning database tables based on heat maps, datasets are reduced allowing applications to run faster. Solix ILM Partitioning is policy-based, improving the manageability, compliance and availability of application data.
Solix ILM Partitioning features include:
- Merged partitions
- ILM policy engine
- Software-only solution
- Referential integrity
- Heat map
“ILM and the management of aging data is often an afterthought, and retrofitting plans to incorporate strong ILM strategies —'garbage collecting' after the fact — is more difficult than building in this discipline upfront,” wrote Gartner analyst Sheila Childs.1
“ILM partitioning can be an effective solution to data growth challenges,” said John Ottman, Executive Chairman, Solix Technologies. “Active archiving and partitioning complement each other when managed through a common ILM framework."
About Solix Technologies
Solix Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions, helps businesses improve application performance, reduce storage costs, and meet compliance and data privacy requirements by achieving Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) goals. The Solix Enterprise Data Management Suite (Solix EDMS) enables organizations to implement Database Archiving, Test Data Management (Data Subsetting), Data Masking and Application Retirement across all enterprise data. Solix Technologies, Inc. is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and operates worldwide through an established network of value added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators.
Visit Solix Technologies on the web at http://www.solix.com and follow Solix on Twitter (@solixedms) and Facebook (facebook.com/solixtechnologies).
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1 Best Practices for Storage Management: Developing an Information Life Cycle Management Strategy
Published: 27 January 2012, Gartner Foundational September 25, 2013
Analyst(s): Sheila Childs