Abstract: This whitepaper presents the results from recent benchmarking of Caringo Swarm object storage on a multi-Terabit converged Ethernet Software-Defined Storage Super Data Cluster deployed by the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Scientific Computing Department (SCD) for the JASMIN project.
Abstract: Caringo’s patented method of synchronizing shared cluster parameters is built on an algorithm that has been in production use for over 1.2 billion years—with the most fundamental application of biomimicry being the design of our massively parallel cluster technology. This whitepaper details the smart machine learning behavior of a Caringo Swarm.
Abstract: Originally published in Broadcast Beat’s 2018 NAB Show edition, this article from A.J. Herrera explores how the broadcast landscape is quickly changing with a transformational shift in the flow of information. Learn how organizations are rising to meet consumer demands of instant access to content with object storage.
Abstract: M&E industry veteran Curtis Chan, Senior Editor at Broadcast Beat Magazine, examines how Caringo Swarm is used as a storage platform for production, distribution and collaboration at massive scale and shares insights from Caringo CEO & Co-Founder Jonathan Ring in this article.
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 provide search and secure access without an increase in budget. Explore the functional areas of content storage that must adapt, […]
With the onslaught of data that organizations are experiencing in the cloud age, protecting all that data has never been more important. Storing and providing access to your stored data may be the most visible thing that Swarm does, but Swarm also protects your data. Our founder, Jonathan Ring, uses a metaphor for Swarm as […]
Abstract: In this insightful product review, IT pro Brien Posey reviews Caringo FileFly 2.0, explaining why he awarded it a TechGenix.com Gold Star (4.9 of 5 stars). Posey noted the simplicity and ease of use that FileFly brings and commended the product for helping companies save money on their primary storage by dynamically moving stale […]
Windows File Servers remain one of the most popular ways for an organization to store and share data between employees. It’s relatively easy and inexpensive to just stand up another file server until the operational impact of yet another file server is factored in—then this cheap alternative is not so cheap. Learn how to effectively […]
Unlike what most storage vendors will try to make you believe, data loss in storage systems is unavoidable. It is right up there with death and taxes. However, by selecting the right solutions and applying the appropriate parameters, we can control to a large extent both the probability of data loss happening, as well as the size of […]
Abstract: When it comes to managing unstructured data the data center has problems. The legacy network attached storage (NAS) systems that it uses to store this data are no longer keeping pace with the demands of the modern data center. As a result, IT planners are considering object storage as a potential replacement for their […]