Take a Deeper Dive Into Object Storage

If you are ready to take a deep dive into object storage, join Caringo Product Manager Ryan Meek tomorrow (9:30 a.m. PT/11:30 a.m. CST/12:30 p.m. ET) as he explains:

  • The internal workings of object storage
  • What to look for when you are comparing solutions
  • How to use object storage for a cost-effective, scalable and searchable foundation for Big Data, IoT and application development


This webinar is geared for application developers who want data protection, high availability and high performance built into their products.

Bring your toughest questions. Ryan loves a challenge!

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Swarm Pro Tip: Why Use Versioning?

Object versioning meets two key needs:

  1. You need extremely durable data retention and archiving.
  2. You need to be able to recover when data is erroneously overwritten or deleted.

With versioning enabled, you can retrieve and restore any of the prior versions of a stored object, which lets you recover from data loss, whether caused by user error or application failure:

  • Deleting an object – Instead of removing it permanently, Swarm inserts a delete marker, which becomes the current object version. You can still restore any previous version.
  • Overwriting an object – Swarm performs the update by creating a new version, which means that you can roll back a bad update by restoring the previous version.

By default, versioning is disabled across the cluster. To avoid excessive storage usage, enable versioning in a targeted way, only where change control is required.

July Highlights

June HighlightsThe Storage Switzerland analysts have combined their knowledge to create the NAS vs. Object eBook. Download your copy now for an expert view of things to consider when comparing NAS and object for storing and organizing unstructured data at scale.

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On our Corporate blog, we shared a number of articles from our CEO and Co-Founder, Jonathan Ring:

Our East Coast team enjoyed VTUG Summer Slam in Freeport, Maine!

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Upcoming Events

June HighlightsAs summer winds down, we are looking ahead to our Fall events, and would love to connect with you there. Look for us at:

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