sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Information Management Software (IM)
Posted:  19 Aug 2011
Published:  19 Aug 2011
Format:  Paper
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

This paper demonstrates how data management and HP Database Archiving software address the problems that arise as a result of increased database size and unmanaged data growth in production databases. Managing the production and related non-production databases with HP Database Archiving software allows businesses to be more responsive and keep costs under control while meeting data retention and compliance requirements. Many companies wait to implement data management strategies for their application databases until after it’s too late. Reactive approaches are typically much more costly and difficult to implement after the business begins to suffer. Each enterprise application should be considered when looking at data management strategies. A single approach to managing your databases may not work. Instead businesses must focus on the objectives and desired outcomes for each database application. Data management strategies can address application performance, long-term compliance, manageability, application retirement, right sizing and security in clone environments, as well as infrastructure costs. The good news is that you can getit all from one vendor in a single solution—HP.

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