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Best Practices in Database Archiving and Information Lifecycle: A Spring Conference Follow Up

May 10, 2011

During our last user group conference, one of the speakers (Rocky Freudenburg, IBM) was not able to make it due to the weather conditions in Chicago.  We promised that we would do a make up session online at a later day.  Here is the info.

clip_image001Archiving, sub setting, masking and test data generation are proven best practices that have helped IT organizations worldwide improve performance, control costs and automate data retention for enterprise applications. But the path to a successful information lifecycle project can be littered with roadblocks, including resource limitations, data loss and budget constraints. How do organizations successfully navigate this path? What are the major components of a successful information lifecycle and archiving project?

Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Time:
11:00 am EDT / 8:00 am PDT
Duration:
60 Minutes

Join this webcast featuring Carl Olofson, Research Vice President, Application Development and Deployment at IDC to learn about:
· Best practices for archiving, database sub setting, data masking and test data generation
· IDC’s latest research on vendor evaluation criteria for archiving and information lifecycle management software
·How archiving and information lifecycle management software is used to manage the evolution of data from creation to removal from database

You will also discover how you can:
· Manage data growth
· Improve performance
· Reduce infrastructure cost

Registration Link:
https://www.techwebonlineevents.com/ars/eventregistration.do?mode=eventreg&F=1003165&K=CAA1FC

***All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the new IDC report written by Carl Olofson***

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