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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 DB PURGE Saved Saved Saved Saved Saved Saved 265 gb 24 gb 265 gb Saved 230 gb Saved 200 gb Saved 134 gb Pur2kdb Fuelprgdb Wheelsdata LKEDB Recaps Fleetviewmessaging Fuelprgdb Before Purge : 300 gbAfter Purge : 70 gb Before Purge : 292 gbAfter Purge : 92 gb Before Purge : 336 gbAfter Purge : 71 gb Before Purge : 40 gb After Purge : 16 gb Before Purge : 332 gbAfter Purge : 67 gb 76 % Memory is free 60 % Memory is free 79 % Memory is free 34 % Memory is free 78 % Memory is free 68 % Memory is free Before Purge : 384 gbAfter Purge : 250 gb DB PURGE Transactional applications running faster. Improved performance for the Jobs. Database maintenance will be faster. Daily backup process will require less space and run faster. Less replicated data. Significant improvements in the TST environment also, which has smaller SQL Servers. Because compressed data is stored in fewer pages, queries need to read fewer pages from the disk, thereby improving the performance of I/O intensive workloads. improving the performance of I/O intensive workloads Data purging is a term that is commonly used to describe methods that permanently erase and remove data from storage space. There are many different strategies and techniques for data purging. Which is often contrasted with data deletion. Deletion is often seen as a temporary preference, whereas purging removes the data permanently and opens up memory or storage space for other uses. 0 100 200 300 400 Pur2kdb Fuelprg Wheelsdata LKEDB Fleetviewmessaging Recaps Database vs Space After & Before Less replicated data. Major Benefits Major Benefits DB PURGE DB PURGE DB PURGE DB PURGE
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