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Making NFS & S3 Interoperable with Swarm Object Storage

In 1984, Sun Microsystems developed the Network File System (NFS) to enable collaboration on content. There have been 4 major versions of NFS, each adding enhancements that continued to establish it as one of the two primary standards for operating on files (the other being CIFS/SMB). The most recent point releases for NFSv4 have focused […]

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3 Solutions Businesses Use to Transfer Large Files

With all the tech advancement around us—like the ability to use our voice to control many aspects of our home, the ability to watch anything on demand and to live stream from just about anywhere—it is odd to say that many consumers and businesses still struggle with something as seemingly simple as large file transfer. […]

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Visit Caringo at Dell EMC World 2017

Caringo will be at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas, May 8–11. Dell EMC World is all about helping you realize Digital Transformation with opportunities to enhance your skills, expand your network and give you practical knowledge to achieve your IT and business objectives. Caringo, the company widely known as the pioneer in object storage […]

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Object Storage to Meet the Demands of M&E

The resolution at which we view content has increased at a staggering rate in recent years. Whether it’s on the big or small screen, smartphone or tablet…the picture is clearer than ever. From cameras to playback devices, technology improvements across the board have made this possible. The storage capacity required to manage, manipulate and playback […]

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The Future of Data Storage Solutions

This article was originally published on Linux CloudExpo Journal. Bridging the divide between legacy storage and new data management platforms could constrain IT organizations and budgets and could prevent the utilization of cost-effective scalable storage infrastructures. But, businesses can avoid some of these constraints by evaluating their storage options objectively and asking themselves three important […]

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SC16, Beer and the Challenges of HPC

Today, I’m at SC16 (the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis) in Salt Lake City, Utah with the Caringo team. If you are at the show this week, I hope you will come by and visit us at booth 3647 (and join us for a beer Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon around […]

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Stop Floating in a Public Cloud: Build a Private One

This article was originally published on Tech.co. Dropbox’s decision to migrate most of its customer data storage from Amazon Web Services to a homegrown, in-house solution has shined some high-profile light on the benefits of “privatizing” your cloud storage. Code-named “Magic Pocket,” Dropbox’s initiative moved 90 percent of its users’ data onto its own made-to-order platform […]

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IdeaMensch Interview with Jonathan Ring

This article was originally published on IdeaMensch. Where did the idea for Caringo come from? Two people, I worked with in the past, Paul Carpentier and Mark Goros, came to me with the idea of changing the economics of storage. We looked at the state of the industry a decade ago and realized that data […]

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Follow the Leader: Amazon S3 Compatibility

We’ve talked before about Caringo’s history with Amazon Web Services (AWS), most recently when we brought Amazon S3 Compatibility to Microsoft Azure early this year. However, our history with Amazon goes much further back than that, as we announced an S3 Application Verification Program early in 2014. Eric Dey, Caringo Product Manager for Cloud, spoke […]

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Object Storage Meets Tech Field Day, part 3

Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared a number of our Tech Field Day (#TFD10) videos with you. Fueled by coffee and cookies, the TFD10 delegates were a lively crowd (as demonstrated by our ride up the elevator at Caringo Headquarters) and consistently asked our presenters great questions. So, as I wind down this blog […]

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