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persistent data

Data that exists from session to session. Persistent data are stored in a database on disk or tape. Contrast with transient data. See persistent name.
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The launch of COPAN's new "Persistent Data Discovery Tool" helps organizations better identify and target the vast amounts of persistent data in their storage networks and the massive economic and environmental costs associated with storing it.
eGovernment initiatives are increasing the amount of persistent data that needs to be stored and archived, positioning COPAN for even stronger growth in this segment.
COPAN's main point has always been to put persistent data on an appropriate storage system, and its new Discovery Tool helps locate and size that persistent data within an organization's overall unstructured storage.
Our competitive review found that no other system could provide this kind of high performance, scalability and cost-effectiveness to meet our persistent data needs.
Led by COPAN Systems, this new ecosystem, Persistent Data Storage Architecture (PDSA), is the first collaborative industry effort that specifically addresses the storage requirements of persistent data.
As a system purpose-built for extremely large, long-term persistent data stores, the COPAN platform includes features like Disk Aerobics[R], which proactively monitors data integrity and drive health.
The need for real-time access to long-term persistent data is expected to continue to expand.
COPAN Systems provides the industry's only purpose-built Persistent Data platform for cost-effective management, storage, access and recovery of Persistent Data for Global 5000 companies challenged with managing the cost and complexities of accelerated data growth.
In comparison, MAID results in longer disk life and higher reliability--both important considerations for persistent data.
The object-relational mapping tools increase developer productivity by specifying how application objects map to a relational database and generate code for persistent data access.
But if enterprises were able to keep all persistent data at the data center and still provide LAN-like access to data fur remote office users, corporations would have the best of both worlds--centralized data protection and management combined with high application service levels for their remote users.
SES as part of the real-time infrastructure has the capability to integrate various applications used within contact centers, There are features within SES that facilitate this task, including pre-built real-time data collectors; an open XML interface; a real-time inline memory database; flexible data output with either a messaging approach or publish/subscribe interface; persistent data capability for mobile devices; and an event interface to leverage the power of CTI and workflow software.

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