Proposed herein are techniques for multiple applications to partition network data based on application-specific intent (incrementally, without needing a full re-partitioning) and persist the data for faster retrievals and efficient look-ups despite the storage size of the data. Persistence for the data can be provided spatially (to ensure cohesive sets of elements are stored together), temporally (to ensure storage blocks are maintained for a time-range), and via a spatio-temporal snapshot (to ensure the latest states are maintained for specific applications).

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