When it comes to High-Performance Computing (HPC), the volume of data that comprises data sets can easily over-burden primary storage. When that happens, performance and speed are compromised and research and business objectives are at risk. As data sets continue to grow, more and more HPC organizations are turning to object storage technology to build active archives. Learn how adding cost-effective object storage into your storage infrastructure can reduce storage TCO, provide continuous data protection, and give you the power of metadata so you can quickly retrieve data when you need it.
Object Storage for HPC
With insatiable growth of research storage demands, traditional storage solutions have ceased being cost-effective or viable. Konstantinos Mouzakitis, Senior HPC Systems Engineer at Boston Limited (a leading system integrator in the UK and EU) and … More Details »
Abstract: Pricing pressures and accessibility of cloud services are forcing M&E IT departments to weigh the pros and cons of cloud storage, object storage, NAS and tape in an effort to store more content and … More Details »