There’s No Business Like Show Business!

The Caringo team heads back to Las Vegas this April for the JB&A Pre-NAB Technology Event and the National Association of Broadcasting (NAB) Show. We will be demonstrating how our Swarm Storage can be used for streaming directly from storage, tape replacement, content distribution and content consolidation. We will also show how Swarm can be a target for most Asset Managers and S3-enabled applications. Contact us for a free pass to the NAB Show or to set up a demo.

JB&A Pre-NAB Event Join us for hands on demos solution sets pizza beer and more come see caringo

Swarm Pro Tip: Swarm 10.1 is Now Available

Caringo Swarm 10.1 is now available for download on Caringo Connect. Swarm 10.1 gives larger organizations even more of what they already love about Caringo—performance, streamlined management and granular data insight.

Many settings have changed between Swarm 9 and Swarm 10.1 and we have developed a settings checker tool to facilitate your migration. Before upgrading to Swarm 10.1, please submit a ticket to Caringo Support to get the settings checker tool and to review your environmental readiness.

February Highlights

Upcoming Events

2019 Events

Swarm Certified Training

Join our next Swarm Certified Training  session at Caringo headquarters in Austin—home to great food, music, and scenery—May 20–22. You can register now or contact us to schedule a training class at your location for a deep dive into Swarm Object Storage, hands-on labs and discussion with our object storage experts.

Employee Spotlight

Mary Connor, Lead Technical Writer

Mary joined Caringo four years ago and quickly fell in love with its distributed and nimble development culture. A 20-year veteran of software documentation, she never regrets having abandoned her PhD and a life grading papers in favor of digging in on helping end users, administrators, and developers get the information they need, making tangled complexity as easy as possible. She has a deep affection for the whole-beans-to-coffee machine in the office, which is lovingly called “Helgatron.”