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Enabling Object Storage Efficient File Movement

One of the most popular uses of Swarm is for storing, archiving and delivering digital video. In a recent blog, I detailed the market conditions that are driving customer requirements. The blog was about sports video; however, we are seeing the same trends in every market that relies on digital video (post production, film, surveillance, […]

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Top Object Storage Learning Resources for 2019

In 2019, Caringo has continued to lead the way in the object storage industry by providing insight into the inner workings of our technology and industry trends, along with experience gleaned from 100s of successful object storage implementations. We know you have a lot of choices to make about how you store data, and that […]

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Object Storage: Enabling On-Demand Workflows for Sports Video

The challenges of enabling “on-demand” workflows are being felt across every industry driven by digital video. However, those who have large content archives or are struggling with supporting live events are facing particularly challenging issues. Sports video professionals need to deal with both. In this blog, I will give a high-level overview of how object […]

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Scientific Breakthroughs and the Role of Data Storage

Everywhere you look these days, there are articles about new scientific breakthroughs. The storage world is abuzz about the the first real picture of a supermassive black hole. This black hole is at the center of galaxy M87, and it took about 3.5 PBs of data to generate the picture. In total they collected 5PBs, […]

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What are the 5 Tiers of Storage for New Video Production Workflows?

  As your digital video workflows grow in scope, your underlying storage strategy must adapt. The days of buying one tier of storage for editing and one tier for archive are quickly coming to an end due to rapidly evolving asset reuse, globally distributed workflows and on-demand delivery requirements. Topic Overview: On-Going Challenges Storage Requirements […]

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Performance Testing for Object-based Storage

Quick. Fast. Performant. We often hear requirements for high performance when talking about storage. When we drill deeper, that translates to “fast, we need it to be fast.” This response is common and troublesome. How Fast is Object Storage? Fast is relative. Compared to a semi-truck, a Ferrari is fast. But, each serves a different […]

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Reflections on the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas

As attendees of the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas head home this afternoon, we wanted to share our reflections on the event with you. No other event floor is as vibrant and exciting as the Las Vegas NAB Show. With Creative and IT Professionals from verticals spanning Media & Entertainment to Government to Houses […]

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NAB Show 2019: With Object Storage, You Don’t Have to Gamble

As we enter count-down mode for the 2019 National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB Show) in Las Vegas, I’d like to share a little secret with you. I’m not a gambler. If you read my blog last year, you probably already guessed this. Protecting Your Assets: The Stakes Are High Just how high are the […]

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World Backup Day & Data Protection, part 2

Last week, I blogged about both traditional backup strategies and some of the newer paradigms for data protection. Here at Caringo, we provide our Swarm object-based storage (available as software only or as a complete software and hardware solution, our Single Server Appliance). Our products have an interesting relationship to the traditional notions of backing […]

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World Backup Day & Data Protection, part 1

Over the last several years, it’s been encouraging to watch the popularity of World Backup Day grow over time. While the day is designed to encourage individuals to back up their personal data, it is also a concept critical to employ in the business world. I recently read a StorageNewsletter post that stunned me with […]

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Caringo FileFly Data Management Tool Reaches Full Bloom

Formats and methodologies for storing and distributing information continue to evolve. This means that the tools we use to manage and move data must also grow. When the Farmer’s Almanac originated in 1818, it was printed using a printing press. Fast-forward 200 years, and now it is available online as well as printed (using far […]

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Enabling “On-Demand” in Digital Video Workflows

30 years ago to the month, CERN computer scientist Tim Berners Lee published a proposal for what would become the Internet. It took another 2 years for the first web page to be published by CERN. After that, things took off. A new platform for mass communication using text and images over Hypertext Transfer Protocol […]

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