lt;p>The Data Domain de-duplication appliances are point products that are installed between primary storage arrays and tape archives or virtual tape library disk subsystems.
What does TARCH stand for?
TARCH stands for Tape Archive
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- Total Active Reflection Coefficient
- Traffic Accident Research Centre (Volvo/Thai government facility in Bangkok, Thailand)
- Training and Research Center (various organizations)
- Transit Authority of River City
- Tri-City Asset Reinvestment Company
- Tropical Agricultural Research Center (Japan)
- Troubled Agency Recovery Center (HUD)
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission (various locations)
- Tunku Abdul Rahman College
- Target Combat Air Patrol
- Threshold ARCH (AutoRegressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity)
- Tonal Adaptive Resolution COdec
- Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments
- United States Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness Command
- United States Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness Command, Selfridge
- Taiwanese-American Reformed Church in Queens
- Technical Architecture Requirements Database
- Technical Assistance for Rural Development (Bangladesh)
- The Atlanta Roadways Digest (satire)
- Training for Agriculture and Rural Development (Food and Agriculture Organization; UN)
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There might be one copy in primary storage, another in a replicated environment, a third in an online archive, a fourth in a tape archive and a fifth in CAS.
For most companies cost savings can be achieved by implementing a storage architecture that consists of three basic levels: Tier 1 Online -- mission-critical, transaction based, continuous access, high value data, maximum security and availability, must be redundant Tier 2 Near-line -- application based, active to infrequent use, medium to high value data, reliability and availability are important, redundancy required for recovery purposes Tier 3 Off-line -- archives, infrequent access, low priority in business operations, data organization important for easy access when required, disk-to-disk back-up and tape archives SATA RAID provides the performance and availability required for Tier 2 (near-line) storage at the most attractive cost per MB.
If Bush needs to upgrade to a newer generation of AIT technology for capacity sake, the Center's carrent tape archive will still be accessible because AIT drives feature backward read compatibility with the previous generations of AIT media.