Thirteen Candles and a Silver Award

In February, we entered the teenage years. Read what our CEO and Co-Founder had to say about it in Caringo Turns 13. And, we got a terrific birthday present: Caringo FileFly 2.0 Secondary Storage Platform received the Silver Award in TechTarget’s Storage magazine and 2017 Products of the Year Data Management Tools category. Read our blog for more details.

Swarm Pro Tips: Swarm 9.5 Now Available

Recently, we announced performance and interoperability enhancements to Swarm Scale-Out Hybrid Storage and SwarmNFS to bridge the gap between existing file-based applications and object storage. Swarm 9.5 includes a new patent-pending feature that allows a client to only send the data of an object that has changed. Swarm then combines the changes with the existing object data, dynamically reducing the bandwidth requirements and the time taken for a client to update existing objects. Other enhancements to Swarm 9.5 include:

  • Ability to directly edit object metadata through the user interface. This complements the long-standing feature that has been available to applications.
  • Storage transaction metadata filtering for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and other direct-to-Internet deployments to manage bandwidth and information flow.
  • Hybrid Cloud tiering capabilities have been enhanced for improved support of Caringo Swarm Hybrid Cloud for Microsoft Azure.

Make sure to download the most recent version from Caringo Connect.

#TechTuesday Webinars Continue

Learn about Hardware Selection Criteria for Object Storage by watching our February #TechTuesday webinar on demand.

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Focus on GDPR

With the 25 May 2018 effective date of the EU General Data Protection Regulation just around the corner, Caring Product Manager Glen Olsen has been explaining how object storage can help meet the requirements. Check out his blog series:

You can also watch our GDPR’s Dirty Little Secret and How Object Storage Enables Compliance webinar on demand.

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