Hot Storage

Hot storage, in the context of cloud storage, refers to a type of storage designed for frequently accessed or actively used data. It is optimized for fast access times and is typically used for data that requires low-latency access and high-throughput performance.

In hot storage, data is readily available for retrieval and processing, making it suitable for applications and workloads that demand quick access to data, such as real-time analytics, transaction processing, and interactive web applications.

Hot storage is well-suited for storing data that requires frequent access or real-time processing, providing organizations with the agility and responsiveness needed to meet the demands of modern data-intensive applications and workloads.

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