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Based on these findings, we suspected that the object was a migrated foreign body.
Horner is one of the many paleontologists who believe that the large dinosaurs lived in herds and migrated, in search of new forage.
The HSM engine may keep track of where migrated files are physically located, or it may leave pointers at the original file location on the primary device to indicate where the file was moved.
This allows inactive files to be migrated from a NetApp NAS to other designated NetApp storage partitions, to external ATA/RAID subsystems, and - through CaminoSoft 'special editions' - to industry-leading fixed content archival systems.
Not only does ANTs manage the migration process, but applications can be migrated with minimal disruption to operations, while providing the features and performance required by today's enterprises.
Should data be stored on-line, near-online, or off-line and when should data be replicated, migrated, or deleted?
Nasdaq:QSFT) has had years of experience helping organizations migrate onto the Microsoft platform, and continues to lead the way in Notes to Exchange Server migrations with more than one million mailboxes migrated to date using Quest Notes Migrator(TM) for Exchange.
When a user requests a file that has been migrated, the HSM system "de-migrates" the file by copying it to the appropriate higher level for easy access.
Data is automatically classified and migrated to the optimum tier of storage based on usage, enabling organizations of all sizes to implement an automated tiered storage solution without the traditional cost and complexity of information lifecycle management (ILM).
So, if replication software is able to maintain a second copy of the data on a nearby server (a copy that is both current with the original but is done without impacting the users), then why not use it to build the migrated server/platform?