From monitoring volcanoes and earthquakes to crop yield analysis, wildlife and insect migratory patterns, JASMIN is giving mankind unrivaled insight into our natural world. The JASMIN facility is a “super-data-cluster” that delivers infrastructure for data analysis. In this use case, learn how they are using Caringo Swarm object storage to streamline management and data access.
Learn how iQ Media uses FileFly to automatically move files from filers to Swarm for the ability to consolidate, access and dynamically organize files at massive scale, optimize storage operations, and free up resources to focus on customers instead of managing the storage infrastructure.
NEP, a leading worldwide provider of outsourced solutions to the broadcast and live event industries, has designed and deployed a scalable, reliable, high-performance Content Distribution Network (CDN) in the Netherlands using the Caringo Swarm Cloud and Object Storage platform. From the Oscars to the Olympics, NEP provides the technology, the people and the know-how that enables clients to produce the world’s biggest live and broadcast events around the globe. Learn more in this case study by Enrico Signoretti of Juku Consulting.
Texas Tech University System improves storage infrastructure TCA and TCO by adopting Caringo Swarm. With more than 50,000 end users throughout 200 departments, Texas Tech students, researchers, professors and others were sharing an IT infrastructure that was built out of a front-end file virtualization platform and a back end of multiple arrays with different characteristics. By migrating its primary storage environment to Caringo Swarm, Texas Tech was able to achieve the best total cost of acquisition while greatly improving the storage total cost of ownership and making the infrastructure future ready.
When telecommunications giant Telefónica needed a hardware-agnostic, software-defined object-based storage solution that supported scalability, fault tolerance, security, and data protection to provide a foundation for a new public cloud services offering, they chose Caringo Swarm. Learn how Swarm enables Telefónica’s Cloud Storage designed to provide customers with a reliable, secure, pay-as-you-go cloud-based service for businesses of all sizes.
The City of Austin Public Safety division uploads in-car videos for over 650 police vehicles after every shift. In just 2 1/2 years, the storage needed exceeded 1.5 PB, stressing the limits of their scale-out NAS solution. The search was on for a storage solution that was more scalable and more cost effective…they found Caringo Swarm.
Massive Media operates two websites — Netlog.com and the world’s largest social discovery site, Twoo.com – that provide their members a place to chat, view photos, play games and meet people. They offer a free service in a highly competitive field which is why they turned to Caringo to provide cost effective storage.
Data Deposit Box, a cloud backup and recovery provider that focuses on business protection for SMBs, was rapidly increasing their subscriber base. They needed an object storage software solution that could keep up with their growth. Their search led them to Caringo which delivered an 82% reduction in data center footprint and over $50,000/month OPEX savings while paving the way for aggressive subscriber growth.
Premier Physician Services a provider of healthcare services in the greater Midwest, has implemented a Swarm-based solution to provide immutable object storage with definable retention periods for millions of medical document images used by physicians and hospitals to provide emergency care services.
The University of Utrecht Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics group is efficiently managing and storing very large amounts of raw data generated daily to the Dell DX Object Storage Platform powered by Caringo.
The Office of Police Integrity (OPI) built a secure archive for forensic information around Swarm to overcome storage challenges resulting from escalating data growth. The solution ensures that data remains immutable for proof of non-tampering in court.