New software helps DB2 administrators to move inactive data from expensive disks to lower-cost storage.
Storage Technology Corp. will announce its Lifecycle Director software next week. The software allows DB2 administrators to reduce costs by moving inactive data from expensive disks to lower-cost storage. It also facilitates compliance regulations by moving data to disk or tape based on data retention policies. Ted Battreall, StorageTeks database archiving product marketing manager, said Lifecycle Director will help users avoid archiving data using backup tools and buying more disks.
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