Data Infrastructure HygienePractices that promote or preserve the shape of an entire data infrastructure (e.g., network, servers, databases, storage, software). Data Infrastructure Hygiene essentially refers to any activity that reduces the stress of information growth on the data infrastructure and enables the efficient access, movement and protection of data while reducing overall infrastructure and maintenance costs. Such practices include active archiving of relational databases, e-mail archiving, as well as document archiving.
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