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?
An everything-online approach challenges the traditional paradigms for storage, with new requirements for intelligent data management and access. As work and workflows become distributed, the way organizations evaluate tier 2 storage is shifting. What we have all learned recently is the importance of making sure everything you create is online, searchable and accessible. I call this the ‘everything-online’ approach. This approach is challenging the standard “speeds-and-feeds” and “cheap-and-deep” paradigms for storage, and is introducing new requirements for intelligent data management and access. Let’s take a deeper dive into what that means and how this impacts your ability to keep everything online.
How are sports organizations meeting current content demands? Can you do the same by building an active archive for content repurposing? What is going on right now in sport’s video is giving us a good glimpse of what it takes to run live broadcasts today. Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) are adapting. What fans don’t see are the various processes and procedures the staff and crew must follow to abide by what seem to be continually changing requirements. What is really interesting are the different approaches and resulting production value.
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