The Data Store is the content repository for all data supplied to the Platform by Alexa's Web crawlers. It contains roughly 300 terabytes of Internet content and metadata. See the topic, Data Store, for more details.
a passive object that stores data for later access.
n. A place (such as a database system, file, or directory) where data is stored.
A database where information (durable subscriptions, data about destinations, persistent messages, auditing data) needed by the broker is permanently stored.
a collection of data that is stored somewhere
a database for storing MetaFrame XP server configuration information
a logical container for the spatial data, but the actual objects may be stored in many different ways in ZODB
a repository for data
a repository of data and is represented by a double line
The data that the user wants to access, such as the data in a database, file, or array. A data store owns data and exposes its data in a tabular form as a rowset over a native data format. Data stores can include a full SQL DBMS, an ISAM file, or a text file or data stream.
A place where data is stored; data at rest. A generic term that includes databases and flat files. DAMA web site at www.dmreview.com
A data store represents a reservoir in which data can be held for an indefinite period. Data stores are shown on the data flow diagrams where data repositories are required to support data aggregation or archival services.
A Data Store represents "data at rest" in ITS. Data stores are shown on the Data Flow Diagrams where data repositories are required to support data aggregation or archival services.
In Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS, the component managing the job runtime information at the tracked system. It is dedicated to the storing and possible retrieval of sysout data sets belonging to submitted jobs, to optimize the sysout availability.
A repository of data; a file.
Stores act as buffers between processes that are active at different times. A data store holds the data at rest. A data store between two processes 'decouples' them ; a data flow between them 'synchronizes' them. In the figure the data store " solutions" is a collection of entity occurrence of all possible solutions used in the bathing of car bodies.
An "inventory" of data. Synonyms include file and database(although those terms are too implementation-oriented for essential process modeling). A data store is represented by the open-end box.