secondary storage

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Noun1.secondary storage - a data storage device that is not the main memory of a computersecondary storage - a data storage device that is not the main memory of a computer
memory device, storage device - a device that preserves information for retrieval
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Companies are struggling to move beyond the legacy approach to secondary storage, which covers all non-primary data use cases including data protection and backup, file and object shares, test/dev, and analytics which has created a fragmented landscape of separate solutions and silos that typically account for 80 percent of enterprise data.
Saving everything can be financially sustainable, if you deploy a less costly secondary storage system to work in conjunction with your primary storage systems.
Cohesity converges all secondary storage and workflows, including data protection, testing and development, file services, and analytics on one proved, configured and scalable platform.
The replication application maintains a local copy of all the modifications and uses compression algorithms to transmit the changes to the remote secondary storage.
As with other HSM products, when migrating a file to secondary storage, Managed Server HSM replaces the file on the primary storage device with a "stub file," a small file that contains a pointer to the new location of the file on the secondary storage device.
Also, a 400-gal secondary storage receiver was installed upstream of the stackers, and air lances were regulated to 50 psi.
The ILM solution then automatically archives this data to secondary storage without manual assistance from IT personnel.
The Cohesity Data Platform is a hyper-converged secondary storage platform that, in their words, allows enterprises to take control of snowballing data development and complex storage environments.
Reliaty Backup preserves information safely on secondary storage so that it can be recovered reliably in case of disaster, which is the key value users seek when designing a backup strategy.