Data Retention Policy

We are adjusting our data retention period to 30 days for the following items.

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Query Results

You may download the result set of any query in CSV, TSV or any other supported format for 30 days after the initial query is run. After this, we will expire the result data. The query itself and its execution logs will be retained indefinitely, so you may always re-execute it to rebuild the result set and retain it for another 90 days. Please take care to note that queries executed against regularly updated time-series data will yield different results on each execution unless a time window is specified in the query.

Bulk Import Sessions

Any data uploaded to Treasure Data through a Bulk Import Session but not imported into a Treasure Data table will be expired after 30 days.

Table Expiration

You may set an expiration date on your Treasure Data tables. If you do so, your data will be retained for an additional 30 days after the set expiration date. If you make a mistake in setting the expiration, the data can be restored any time within this 30 day window.

Table Deletion

When you delete a table on Treasure Data, the data is retained for 30 days and can be recovered any time during this period.

Account Cancellation

We preserve all account data for 30 days after an account deletion, unless explicitly stated otherwise in your contract. This includes all databases, tables, user accounts, queries, and job histories. Please note that a failed “Proof of Concept” or “Demo Account” is considered a cancelled account and, as such, is subject to this same policy.

Last modified: Sep 30 2016 22:33:05 UTC

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