Caringo showcases new features of Swarm 8, joins Data Deposit Box for conference presentation
AUSTIN, Texas, April 11, 2016 – Caringo® today announced that it will present “Protect from Data Loss and Streamline Backups” with technology partner Data Deposit Box at Cloud Expo Europe in the Virtualization Infrastructure & Storage Theater at ExCeL London April 13 at 2:45 p.m. Additionally, Caringo will exhibit the latest version of its Swarm Object Storage Software at Stand 972 during the two-day event.
Roger Holbrook, EMEA Regional Manager of Caringo, and Troy Cheeseman, President of Data Deposit Box, will discuss how to protect business with highly reliable cloud and on-premise backup solutions enabled by searchable storage for the cloud age. In this session, attendees will learn what they need to protect their businesses from mobile devices to servers to the cloud; how to reduce CAPEX and OPEX while simplifying data protection; and the business and operational benefits enabled by simple, bulletproof, limitless object storage.
Swarm 8 continues to deliver on Caringo’s promise to change the economics of storage. Offered as a complete software appliance, Swarm provides a storage platform for data protection, management, organization and search at massive scale. Users no longer need to migrate data into disparate solutions for long-term preservation, delivery and analysis. Organizations can consolidate all files on Swarm, find the data they are looking for quickly, and reduce total cost of ownership by continuously evolving hardware and optimizing use of their resources.
“It’s all about the bottom line-less hardware, store more and spend less time managing it,” said Troy Cheeseman, President of Data Deposit Box. “With Caringo, you can manage multiple petabytes with one resource. This completely changes our ability to scale and grow to meet all of our client demands.”
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to share with attendees of Cloud Expo Europe how we were able to work with Data Deposit Box to dramatically reduce their storage hardware footprint, minimize the cost and management of their data, and provide the automated protection functionality they needed to scale and grow to meet all of their client demands,” said Roger Holbrook, EMEA Regional Manager of Caringo. “Cloud Expo Europe also provides us with a tremendous opportunity to showcase the latest features and functionality of our Searchable Storage for the Cloud Age, Swarm. Attendees of the Expo will want to make sure they come to our stand and see how our object storage solution is easier to scale, more efficient and provides greater insight than ever before.”
One of Europe’s biggest, best-attended and multi-award winning cloud events, Cloud Expo Europe offers an unrivalled lineup of world-class suppliers to the cloud technology sector, thousands of hours of free content from more than 500 of the industry’s leading international practitioners and first-class peer networking opportunities. Additional information about the event is available at http://www.cloudexpoeurope.com/
Caringo was founded in 2005 to change the economics of storage by designing software from the ground up to solve the issues associated with data protection, management, organization and search at massive scale. Caringo’s flagship product, Swarm, eliminates the need to migrate data into disparate solutions for long-term preservation, delivery and analysis—radically reducing total cost of ownership. Today, Caringo software is the foundation for simple, bulletproof, limitless storage solutions for the Department of Defense, the Brazilian Federal Court System, City of Austin, Telefónica, British Telecom, Ask.com, Johns Hopkins University and hundreds more worldwide. Visit www.caringo.com to learn more.
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