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HSM

abbreviation for
His (or Her) Serene Majesty
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The event program encompassed five tracks related to hot data storage topics: "Solid state storage devices.
As hot data cools, it is less frequently accessed, but still needs to be retained in a safe, secure and economical way.
Therefore, there are seasonal hot data and seasonal cold data.
This will enable bigger memory and faster storage to accelerate access to more of the most frequently used hot data in servers and devices.
For example, if an organization's goal is to provide customers with a personalized, customized experience instantaneously, then all data relevant to this problem should be classified as hot data.
FlashSoft software helps address the pain points of these enterprises by dramatically improving availability of hot data.
So we need to adopt a hot-cold swapping algorithm, which tries to balance erase cycles by periodically swapping the blocks containing hot data with blocks having cold data.
Heavy desktop usage scenarios will benefit from larger cache sizes (64 GB will be demonstrated) by enabling retention of key hot data across multiple applications, which improves overall performance.
According to IDC's report Worldwide Cold Storage Ecosystem Taxonomy, published in March 20141, as data continues to grow at an exponential pace, enterprises increasingly recognize the importance of categorizing and storing data based on frequency of access and relevance, or rather, temperaturewith newer or hot data sets stored with highest priority and performance.
SmartIO detects critical application workloads and caches only the hot data on local SSDs, which could result in up to 400 percent improved performance over traditional secondary storage.
By design, ALTIBASE HDB with its hybrid architecture allows DBAs to easily navigate hot data (real-time) and cold data (historical).
And it supports VMware vMotion, which allows virtual machines to migrate between systems while maintaining hot data on cache, regardless of the host machine.