Everything that we work with is data. Everything that we work on, everything we see and everything we store is data. The importance of data in our lives makes it an asset in any organisation. With every pros comes a con or two. The organisation soon started to face data loss problems. Tools like Oracle, SQL and many more came to the rescue. There is no method available in the digital world which may assure absolutely ‘zero’ data loss during the data loss recovery program. New methods are still being worked on and hence data recovery trends are changing every now and then. Many predicted Big Data to be the ultimate solution, but it doesn’t quite seem like that since no solution can be stayed on for implementation at this stage where nothing is certain.
Many more advanced technologies like cloud storage, virtual storage, data mining and warehousing techniques have been developed by the IT professionals. These methods failed in satisfying the client for a long period of time. The IT experts and the Financial Analysts have come to a culmination that a big storage cart and a huge team cannot be the solution. It is seen that many organizations have shut their local server storage rooms, personal data centres, etc.
The best solution would be to set or work on a hybrid data collection scheme which would inculcate the presence and usage of private cloud or public cloud infrastructure. In approaching, maintaining and recovering the data, security has become a dominant issue which has forced the IT professionals to come up with new methods of data storage and data recovery. Many organizations are materializing the concept of common storage. This has decreased capital expenditures (CAPEX) and operation expenditures (OPEX) with the capacity to swiftly scale and recover the data from an old resource.
In 2015, a complicated, high-end software defined storage (SDS) systems was on top which has changed the perspective of data recovery. The trends include the devoir of an efficient data privacy and security along with the upgraded legacy of the data management technologies.
The four major transformations in the storage of the databases will be:
1) Data Protection as a service initiative
2) Database as a part of the cloud service
3) New aligned apps for the DBA and application heads will be introduced in 2016.
4) A well-defined DBA role to maintain oversight of data protection to get zero loss on recovery
As per market report, the global storage will be two times with respect to the volume by 2019. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) techniques are in the market for the last 10 years. Not many are aware about this method as it is not cost- efficient. A normal DLP process involves:
1) Maintenance of confidential data to be private only
2) Control over out flow of data
3) Implementation of the standard software’s with the licensed versions of full data recovery
4) A virus free data with the defined data dictionaries and source file coding
The enthused measures to revive data shoots up the comfort and if this is done on the regular basis then the chances of perpetuating precise data with less redundancy increases. The new methods of dividing the data on the basis of categories never permits to raise the volume very high.