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Improving performance by archiving cases

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Enable case archiving to move inactive cases to secondary storage. By periodically purging entries from your database, you can improve application performance. Routine case archival improves search and reporting, increases performance for database queries, shortens database maintenance cycles, reduces primary database costs, and creates better compliance with government compliance policies, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

This capability is available in Pega Cloud Services only.
  1. Case archiving and purging overview

    Use case archiving to archive and purge cases to improve the performance of your cloud-based instance of Pega Platform and reduce storage costs. Permanently delete data from Pega Cloud File Storage to meet your business data retention policy with Pega Platform expunge functionality. Understand how case archiving works so that you can effectively plan and perform case archiving policy within Pega Platform.

  2. Planning your case archiving and purging process

    Plan your case archiving and purging process to ensure that it is efficiently implemented.

  3. Creating an archival policy

    Create an archival policy to control which cases your application archives to Pega Cloud File Storage and purges from your Pega Platform database. Create a data-retention policy to control when to expunge (permanently delete) archive files from Pega Cloud File Storage. You can also quickly test an archival policy using a test mode on non-production systems.

  4. Scheduling the case archival process

    Control when your application archives cases to improve application performance and avoid issues that might negatively impact the performance of your Pega Platform.

  5. Managing your case archiving and purge process

    Actively manage your case archival process to improve performance and resolve errors more quickly.

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