AUSTIN, Texas, November 16, 2015 — Caringo today announced that it will exhibit its object storage software platform ideally suited for HPC and Big Data markets at SC15, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, in Booth 489 of the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, November 16−19.
Caringo object storage was designed with massive scale in mind and can store billions of objects of any size without degradation in performance with continuous, flexible data protection. Caringo overcomes the limitations of file system-based technologies while bringing additional value to organizations in the HPC and Big Data markets with the ability to access and analyze data regardless of object size, count or storage amount. Among the offerings Caringo will be demonstrating at SC15 are:
- Caringo Swarm—Caringo’s software-defined object storage leverages simple and emergent behavior with decentralized coordination to handle any rate, flow or size of data. Swarm turns standard hardware into a reliable pool of resources that adapts to any workload or use case while offering a foundation for new data services.
- Caringo SwarmFS for Hadoop—a native Hadoop connector that directly accesses the industry-leading massively parallel storage of Caringo Swarm, enabling Hadoop users to reduce their storage footprint while working with existing applications and meeting compliance regulations.
- Caringo FileFly™ for Swarm—plugs into file servers combining the performance of file servers with the scalability and economy of object storage without affecting existing mount points or applications.
In addition, Caringo will be showcasing integration with Mangstor High-Performance Storage, an NVMe PCIe SSD and NVMe over fabric, all-flash storage solution that accelerates application workloads over standard Ethernet or InfiniBand networks to provide 10X higher IOPs performance and 10X lower latency compared to legacy flash storage arrays.
“As demand for big data analytics continues to flood the enterprise with petabytes and zettabytes of data, IT managers and data scientists are demanding innovation to improve the flow of data and performance,” said Paul Prince, CTO of Mangstor. “Caringo’s approach to data management and software-defined data center computing provides massive storage scale. By combining this with the performance of Mangstor NVMe over Fabric flash storage solutions, customers are gaining greater insights from their data, faster than ever before.”
“We look forward to demonstrating at SC15 how organizations can achieve the perfect combination of performance, search and accessibility to satisfy their particular HPC and Big Data use case requirements,” said Jonathan Ring, CEO and founder of Caringo. “As the only object storage software solution to provide direct integration with file servers, Caringo enables plug-and-play simplicity and complexity-free scalability while also providing direct integration into the most popular business analytics solutions like Hadoop and Kibana. This integration ability allows Swarm to be leveraged easily by partners like Mangstor to provide integrated solutions featuring low latency and high throughout performance directly from the object store.”
Caringo was founded in 2005 to change the economics of storage by designing software from the ground up to solve the issues associated with relentless data growth. Caringo’s flagship product, Swarm, decouples data from applications and hardware providing a foundation for continued data access and analysis that continuously evolves while guaranteeing data integrity. 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.
Caringo is a registered trademark of Caringo, Inc.
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