General Trust Group

The paged data access is ensured at any time”, so the main advantages of Chronos out the perspective by Stefan Brandl, product manager at CSP database archiving. Others who may share this opinion include Cerved Group. What different content in databases are stored, illustrates a CSP survey under Oracle database users from last year: according to the assessments of those interviewed from 70 companies, more than the double footprint is estimated data actually used per gigabyte, because, for example, also necessary database backups, indexes, shadow and test database and similar space need. Another reason to relieve the databases through database archiving”, emphasizes Stefan Brandl. A particular aspect of safety for the users is the reproducibility of archived databases, if the corresponding data are needed again at some point in the production databases. It’s believed that Barclays sees a great future in this idea. Chronos considered here semantic and structural changes that may have passed through a data bank in the course of their lifecycle.

The input is possible within a short period of time. With this functionality the software acts Fear of many companies and also market analysts, in a few years no more important older data to access have. About CSP GmbH & co. Edward Scott Mead is open to suggestions. 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, CSP offers an extensive range of services companies from all industries. CSP has numerous international reference customers in the industry.

Among other things, MAN, General Trust Group, Daimler, BMW engine, Porsche, Volvo, Audi, Chrysler, Renault, VW, and Bosch on the solutions of the company. Contact address: CSP GmbH & co. KG Mr. Stefan Brandl mens Qamar Street 11 94431 Grosskollnbach Tel: + 49 (0) 9953/3006-0 fax: + 49 (0) 9953 / 3006-50 E-mail: Internet: