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hot site

(1) A disaster recovery facility that mirrors the organization's production databases in real time. Operational recovery is provided within minutes of a disaster. Contrast with a "warm site," which periodically updates the databases, and contrast with a "cold site," which has space or equipment available when needed.

(2) A website that is up and running.

(3) An interesting and popular website. A "cool" site.
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Its bushy evergreen habit, aromatic silver-grey foliage and slender stemmed spikes of deep purple flowers grow in any freely draining soil but needs a warm site to thrive.
Warm site: Providing basic infrastructure but requiring some lead time to prep servers, a warm site is a less-expensive option, but could take up to a week to bring online.
And since the large Columbia Valley contains both, he can buy grapes that offer the rich black fruit of a warm site and blend them with grapes that show more herbaceousness and spice from a cooler vineyard, ending up with a more complex, interesting wine.
The most reliable winter-flowering Rhododendron is 'Christmas Cheer', a pink variety, which on a sheltered, warm site is almost guaranteed to produce a good display by December.
It prefers a Mediterranean climate, so grow it in a warm site in light, well-drained soil, working in plenty of well-rotted organic matter and watering it well in dry spells.
Choose a sunny, warm site with shelter from the wind and keep annuals and biennial plants apart from perennials so that when they have finished flowering the are a can be dug over and re-sown without disturbing the roots of permanent plants.
Commencing operations at a warm site will (at a minimum) require the restoration of current data.
One exercise redirects the firm's network traffic to the warm site and tests components such as messaging and groupware services.
A warm site provides many of the same benefits, but the data is not refreshed as often.
Ballard Benefit Works' cloud is hosted in Online Tech's high availability data center infrastructure with rigorous physical and network security safeguards and warm site disaster recovery options to ensure PHI is private, protected, and always available.