hot site

(redirected from Warm site)

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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Doing so will deter mice as they will have already secured a warm site elsewhere in which to take cover and overwinter.
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 buds out and ripens late, so it needs a warm site to properly ripen.
The company's data protection services include tape backup services and online backup services, while the its disaster recovery services include hot site DR solutions; warm site DR solutions and cold site DR solutions.
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.