Elasticsearch, metadata, migrating data from SAN/NAS/tape to Object Storage and hardware selection ranked tops with our Tech Tuesday audience.
Media entertainment broadcasting to Big Data and HPC, a lot of hot topics in this year's Brews and Bytes webcast on BrightTALK streaming.
Copies of data in the cloud and on super-fast, on-prem SAN/NAS with redundancy is a utopian dream. What is the cost-effective alternative?
In the age where everyone and everything is connected, does location matter anymore? Or, is it all about connectivity and access to data?
There are times when you want to store data and performance is a non-issue. You need to keep the data (e.g., to meet regulatory requirements or “just in case”), but you don’t need to retrieve it on a regular basis or rapidly. And then, there are times when you need to store data and then locate it and retrieve it quickly. And, of course, you want to make absolutely certain that your data is securely preserved.
In this video, Caringo VP of Marketing Adrian J Herrera discusses how the Swarm Data Management and Storage Platform can be used for content delivery, access and archive. As a pioneer in the field of object-based storage, Caringo built Swarm on content-addressable storage with built-in data protection and features such as WORM, Integrity Seals and Versioning. It enables you to continue to stream and monetize assets and to quickly retrieve footage as needed for post-production.