The interplay of Chronos and Centera, the data can be read within a short time. Chronos provides its own SQL interface, so that the archive access can be integrated into existing applications. At the same time, the company attach importance to a revision welfare data. Important is that the information over several years are maintained across readable and are deleted at a defined time. This is a requirement, for example, in the banking sector.
Chronos and Centera are complementary in the generally required long-term readability: Chronos extracts the data from the database, where they are stored in a proprietary format. This information Chronos turns into an open format and transfers it to the Centera that long kept the data through replication. Stefan Brandl, product manager database archiving for CSP, explains: our partnership with EMC improves the performance the online database by Chronos, while the Centera for the necessary revision security. ” “Reimund Willig, Senior Manager ISV alliances at EMC, added: while standard backups of the databases remain always database dependent, Chronos and Centera now double benefit offer our users: you can use a long-term solution for the archiving of data banks, which are also in the online access.” Tags: Compliance, archiving, database archiving database archiving, archiving, database performance, ILM, database compression, cost database, email archiving, DMS / managed service via CSP GmbH & co. KG: CSP GmbH & co.
KG was founded in 1991 and specializes in innovative software solutions for manufacturing companies. The company provides to its customers as well as the implementation and customization of standard solutions also comprehensive advice and support. Around the new product line of Chronos for database archiving offers CSP companies from all industries a extensive range of services. CSP has numerous international reference customers in the industry. Including trust group BMW, Audi, Daimler, MAN, General Motors, Volvo, Chrysler, Renault, VW, Porsche and Bosch on the solutions of the company. EMC2, EMC, Centera, and where information lives are registered trademarks of EMC. Corporation.