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Because PDM proactively monitors the health of all hard drives in the system, it activates before a drive fails and migrates data to a known healthy drive.
USAREUR signed a contract with Quest for products that will be used to migrate the command's 55,000 users on unclassified mailboxes across the European Theatre from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.
Return code 37 is issued when there is not enough contiguous space to migrate the data set.
They did a very thorough job and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable way to migrate critical email data.
If the objective is to optimize utilization across multiple servers in a server farm, the policy engine selects and migrates data from over-utilized volumes to under-utilized volumes until capacity utilization is optimized across the network.
E[acute accent]--Intelligently migrate data either across drive technologies (Fibre Channel and/or SATA) or between RAID levels
This technology intelligently migrates files along a hierarchy of storage devices ranked in terms of cost per unit of storage, speed for access and retrieval, and available capacity.
Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) is an archiving approach that migrates less active data off primary servers and moves it to less expensive storage, while keeping it available to users.
SwisSQL Data Migration Edition migrates database schema and data from databases such as Oracle, IBM DB2, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Informix, PostgreSQL, and MySQL MaxDB to Sybase ASE.
Through the new viaVerio Consolidator Promotion, Verio will pay the new and existing SME reseller partners from $100 to $1000, depending on the plan, for each account the partner migrates to Verio.
DMF, SGI's premier solution for Data Lifecycle Management, automatically migrates data among different storage media (for example: faster, more expensive fibrechannel RAID and less expensive alternatives like serial ATA and tape), leaving it live and completely available to users, applications and administrators while providing significant TCO benefits.