Three Approaches to Managing Database Growth

Three Approaches to Managing Database Growth


How will your company address the 4300% increase in annual data generation predicted by 2020? You can reduce the size of stored data, delete it altogether, or retire applications and archive the data without investing in more hardware. A new white paper “Three Approaches to Managing Database Growth” helps you choose the best approach.

As data volumes rise, your database growth management strategy becomes more critical. And not just for application performance. Maintenance and test cycles also suffer from burgeoning data. However, addressing it with hardware is akin to building an addition on your house because you ran out of room in the garage, basement, and attic. Our new white paper weighs the pros and cons of three different approaches:

  • Partition and compress data to reduce storage requirements
  • Reduce your data footprint with archiving and tiering solutions
  • Reduce data by retiring applications

Store and manage growing data intelligently to keep IT performance humming and ensure data is available when and where it’s needed. Download our white paper now to pinpoint the solution that best fits your requirements.

14 Jul 2014
30 Apr 2014
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