Dynamic Document Storage
"With micro services architectures quickly becoming the trend, finding the suitable strategy to provisioning your persistent storage is an important design decision."
Organizations are facing tremendous challenges in data storage and management. Dynamic Storage Technology enables you to dynamically tier storage between high-performance and low-performance devices. Although developing a data storage management plan might be difficult, with increasingly distributed and complicated systems, it provides various advantages to the organization.
Dynamic Storage Technology enables you to manage your most critical data in the primary area. During a disaster recovery, the server administrator may restore the main area first. This recovers the vital files initially, allowing the recovery of the secondary area until later. Users can keep working while files that they do not require immediately are in the restoration process.
Dynamic Storage Technology shadow volume pairs provide a combined picture of the file trees. The end user's files appear to be in the same logical place no matter where they are physically located. This enables the administrator to manage the data without interfering with the end user's view of the files.
A Dynamic Storage Technology shadow volume pair can use multiple block storage solutions for its main and secondary volumes. Storage costs may be reduced by letting infrequently used data be stored on lower-cost storage. Spot the primary area on storage drives that are faster and have a higher value. The secondary area is then placed on less costly storage drives.
Dynamic Storage Technology policies can help in partitioning files depending on file date, owner, genre, size, etc. You may move less essential data from a higher-quality storage array to a lower-quality storage array, reserving the higher-cost storage for your most important files.