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Hot Data

Hot data is business-critical data that needs to be accessed frequently and resides on primary storage (NAS).

Hot data is considered to be of high value and importance. This type of data is typically stored in fast memory, such as RAM, to ensure quick and efficient access. Examples of hot data include frequently used databases, in-memory caches, and real-time data streams.

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