Team - Currently working on FP&A model and one of the tasks was to copy and archive the model. I was wondering what typical scenarios drive the need for copying and archiving the model on frequent basis. Per my understanding the only need is to have a space limitation.
In my experience, I haven't seen a limit on how many or how much you can archive. As I mentioned in my previous comment, we archive our Models almost on a daily basis including Data Hub.
However, that being said, one thing to keep in mind is that if your archived model# grows over 5000, then you might run into interface connectivity issues depending on what you are using with regards to integration.
A couple of things that I have observed with "Copy and Archive" feature in Anaplan:
1. If someone accidentally deletes a model, then you can always recover it from the archived model.
2. If there are some data related issues, where some data was either wrongfully overwritten or deleted, instead of reversing the model to the previous state/process id (which may lead to multiple people having to re-do their work if a ton of activities took place after the deletion/overwriting of the data), you can always used the data from the archived model.
We perform a daily backup by coping and archiving all the models, especially during the month end/period close timeframe.