Search Results for '' | Caringo

It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s Swarm Object Storage!

I travel a lot for work. July alone, I was on a plane every week. New York, Austin, DC and Chicago were a few of the stops I made to visit great customers and partners like CatDV, Masstech, Diversified, AWS and Cinesys. And with each negotiation through an airport, I witnessed the same struggle with […]

Read More »

Live Webinar: Verifying Content Integrity with Object Storage Sep 17

Swarm provides robust mechanisms to ensure that data integrity is maintained once an object is created in storage. Some topics we’ll cover which we often get asked: How do I confirm that data initially written to Swarm wasn’t corrupted in transit (e.g., due to network errors)? When moving data from a different storage solution into […]

Read More »

Live Webinar: Accelerating On-Demand Access to Video Archives – Sep 12

Join us September 12 for our live webinar introducing the Caringo Swarm Object Storage Platform version 11, which was designed to help you stay ahead of the ongoing challenges associated with storing rapidly scaling unstructured data, such as video archives. You’ll learn what’s new in Swarm 11 and see a live demonstration of features that […]

Read More »

How to Verify Content Integrity with Swarm Object Storage

Swarm provides robust mechanisms to ensure that data integrity is maintained once an object is created in storage. However, we often get questions such as: How do I confirm that data initially written to Swarm wasn’t corrupted in transit (e.g., due to network errors)? When moving data from a different storage solution into Swarm, how […]

Read More »

Accelerating On-Demand Access to Video Archives with Swarm 11

The Caringo Swarm Object Storage Platform was designed to help you stay ahead of the ongoing challenges associated with storing rapidly scaling unstructured data, such as video archives. Join us to learn what’s new in Swarm 11 and to see a live demonstration of features that dramatically reduce the amount of time and effort needed […]

Read More »

Selecting the Right Data Storage Tools for the Job

“The best investment is in the tools of one’s own trade.” Benjamin Franklin In today’s fast-paced world, the data storage landscape changes at a blindingly fast pace. It seems that every day there is a new start-up claiming they have “invented a revolutionary new way to store and manage your data.” But, when it comes […]

Read More »

Resilience & Recovery with Swarm Object Storage, part 2

Data recovery in Swarm works hand-in-hand with its data resiliency features. In our last blog post, we discussed how Swarm distributes and protects data from the possibility of failure. When a failure actually happens, Swarm performs active recovery with the goal of again achieving full protection for its data. We regularly perform a kind of […]

Read More »

Resilience & Recovery with Swarm Object Storage, part 1

Data resiliency has been a feature of Swarm from the beginning. The architecture of Swarm object storage has never had a single point of failure. One or more Swarm nodes may be down for maintenance or due to hardware failures and the rest of the Swarm cluster keeps running, servicing requests. Since the data in […]

Read More »

Illuminate Your Dark Data with Object Storage

Dark data. Sounds a bit sinister, doesn’t it? Let’s unravel the mystery of dark data and talk about the complex issues that must be considered and the ramifications of storing or not storing that data for businesses and organizations. What is Dark Data and Should You Bother to Store It? Wikipedia defines dark data as […]

Read More »

Unleashing the Power of Object Metadata with Elasticsearch

As we head into the heart of summer, it reminds me of how quickly time flies and how rapidly technology changes. With a mature product such as Swarm, new features are added regularly to keep up with the evolving needs of the marketplace and our customers. In addition, we consistently review the value of existing […]

Read More »

Liberate Your Data with Object Storage

Independence Day (a.k.a, the Fourth of July) in the USA commemorates the Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776), where the Continental Congress declared the American colonies as united, free, independent states. As we celebrate with fireworks, patriotic music and BBQ, the rest of the world goes on with business as usual. And, in today’s world, […]

Read More »

Next »