Are you tired of fork-lift upgrades every time you need to add more capacity or performance to your deduplication appliance? Caught in the expensive cycle of repurchasing software and hardware every time you upgrade your backup and recovery system? If this sounds like your environment, you may be running your backup and recovery on a legacy, scale-up infrastructure.
Your infrastructure is holding you and your organization back. What you need is a new solution that meets your business challenges today, and creates the foundation for future growth and greater services.
Learn how applying a scale-out infrastructure can deliver modern data protection and management;
•Eliminate complexity with simplicity and ease of use
•Deliver greater flexibility with cloud-like services
•Increase availability and resiliency
•Minimize operating expenditures with automation and self-service
•Optimize capital expenditures by utilizing x86 technology
Join us as we examine the 5 benefits of scale-out infrastructure for data protection and how it positions your organization for future success.
Computer users aren’t top data producers anymore. Machines are. Raw data from sensors, labs, forensics, and exploration are surging into data centers and overwhelming traditional storage. There is a solution: High performance, massively scale-out NAS with data-aware intelligence. Join us as Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management at Qumulo and Taneja Group Senior Analyst Jeff Kato explain Qumulo’s data-aware scale-out NAS and its seismic shift in storing and processing machine data. We will review how customers are using Qumulo Core, and Nick Rathke of the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute will join us to share how SCI uses Qumulo to cut raw image processing from months to days.
Jeff Kato, Senior Analyst & Consultant, Taneja Group
Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management, Qumulo
Nick Rathke, Assistant Director for IT, The Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI)
The holy grail for any storage solution managing big data, analytics or media streaming is performance, agility and breakthrough economics. As applications grow and workloads change, companies need a highly scalable, high-performance system that can deliver flash at costs comparable to legacy systems.
Your wish has been granted. Learn how SanDisk and IBM have collaborated to deliver a next-generation software-defined all-flash unified storage solution, delivering petabyte scalability and high performance at breakthrough economics for both file and object storage. Discover how with the InfiniFlash™ System from SanDisk with IBM Spectrum Scale you can break new grounds for:
· Financial Services
· Cloud Services
· Oil & Gas/Energy
· Life Sciences
As data footprints continue to grow, so do the demands on enterprise storage. Scale-out NAS could be seen as a perfect solution. However, the demands of today's data-intensive file-based workloads have revealed the limitations of scale, performance, and visibility and control of legacy scale-out architectures.
To help their customers with this challenge, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), one of the world’s premiere enterprise technology companies, has partnered with Qumulo. The modern design of the Qumulo Core filesystem matched the best-of-breed HPE Apollo Servers, provide customers with a truly modern scale-out storage solution.
Join HPE and Qumulo as we discuss the attributes of our joint solution and what it means for the modern enterprise technology consumer.
Joel Groen is a seasoned Product Manager at Qumulo with over 15 years of experience building enterprise, cloud, and mobile technology products. At Qumulo, he is focused on driving technical alignments within the storage industry to help companies grow into petabyte scale infrastructures.
Paul Merrifield is the Business Unit Storage CTO for North America at HPE. He is responsible for studying and understanding the broad industry changes impacting information technology, the business implications associated with an industry in transition, and the translation of those challenges into HPE’s technology strategy and point-of-view.
Enterprises with data-intensive workloads are being challenged by the explosion of file-based data and the cost of storing and effectively accessing that data at petabyte scale.
Take a modern, scale-out storage solution built from the ground up for the multi-petabyte era. Combine it with HPE’s legendary availability, efficiency, scaling, and provisioning, and you take the data center to an entirely new level of performance.
This partnership gives customers a modern solution for storing and managing file-based workloads, achieving high efficiency and extreme performance, while gaining real-time visibility into usage, activity and throughput at any level of the unified directory structure, no matter how many files are in the file system.
Watch this product demo of Qumulo Core software-defined storage on an HPE Apollo 4200 Gen9 Server, and see how the built-in real-time analytics bring visibility and control at scale — up to tens of billions of files using petabytes of storage capacity.
Across industries, enterprises with data-intensive workloads are being challenged by the explosion of file-based data and the cost of storing and effectively accessing that data at petabyte scale
Yet when you look at the storage technologies that enterprise orgs rely on today for file-based storage, most were built 20 years ago. NetApp, still a market leader, started in 1994. Open Source file systems -- GPFS, Lustre, and Sun were all created before the year 2000. In fact, the most modern scale-out file system in the world right now is Isilon OneFS, and that product was built in 2002. Qumulo Core was introduced in 2015, and we built it specifically to address the fatal flaws of legacy file storage products.
Watch and learn about the benefits that enterprise customers like DreamWorks Animation are experiencing running Qumulo Core software on Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Apollo servers — they’re managing their massive and rapidly growing unstructured data footprint with maximum storage efficiency using the low cost, enterprise-grade solution provided by Qumulo and HPE.
Scalability is a must-have for any IT environment. This is especially the case where storage is concerned. Between all the files, photos, and videos, the average firm has more unstructured data than it knows what to do with. Clearly the importance of scaling up to meet increasing storage demands can’t be debated. What can and has been argued to great length is how to go about it. Should we scale up, or scale out?
Should you stick to the tried and true method of just adding disks to your arrays ("scale up") or look at software-based systems that can cluster multiple storage servers together over the network ("scale out")? Who's actually using these solutions and when does it make sense to go with one over the other?
Watch this video and get clear on the pros and cons of these two distributed storage solutions.
Commercial High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads are an ideal fit for the advanced technology behind Qumulo’s Scale-Out NAS systems. From Media & Entertainment to Life Sciences to Oil & Gas, Qumulo Core provides data-awareness at incredible scale, helping CIOs and storage administrators store, manage and curate enormous numbers of digital assets.Read more >
How We Improved the #1 Scale-Out NAS Platform
Dell EMC Isilon, the #1 Scale-Out NAS platform, continues to transform the way organizations are deploying, protecting and managing their fast growing unstructured data. Dell EMC will introduce attendees to the new generation of Isilon Scale-Out NAS family. Also covered will be a deep dive into the new Isilon architecture and a closer look at the six new Isilon systems – powered by the new OneFS 8.1 – which were announced at Dell EMC World in May. Attend this session to learn how Isilon’s latest enhancements can revolutionize your business.
Dell EMC Isilon, the #1 Scale-Out NAS platform, continues to transform the way organizations are deploying, protecting and managing their fast growing unstructured data. This session by Eric Seidman, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Dell EMC will introduce attendees to the new generation of Isilon Scale-Out NAS family. Also covered will be a deep dive into the new Isilon architecture and a closer look at the six new Isilon systems – powered by the new OneFS 8.1 – which were announced at Dell EMC World 2017. Attend this session to learn how Isilon’s latest enhancements can revolutionize your business.Read more >
Does your storage system scale as you grow?
Should you go with scale-up or scale-out architecture?
Which hybrid scale-out NAS is right for you?
Netapp, EMC Isilon, Panasas, Lustre - which one is the best fit for you?
In this on-demand webinar, Panasas's Andre Franklin, Sr. Product Marketing Manager presents on:
- Scale and Scalability
- Scale-up vs. Scale-out
- Measuring Scalability
Gain competitive advantage with scalability.
Learn how the right parallel data access protocol delivers higher performance than what can be achieved with industry standard protocols such as NFS and SMB. Avoid the load-balancing and congestion side-effects imposed by NFS and SMB and get ready for the exceptional performance of scale-out NAS with parallel data access.
Aggregate workloads with multiple compute clients must be able to access data directly from where it resides on shared-access storage, instead of having data access managed by an intermediary filer head. This was accomplished with first-generation scale-out clustered storage. Making the next cost-effective performance leap requires multiple compute clients to access data and metadata across the entire cluster in parallel, rather than restrict client I/O to the single node connection of a scale-out storage cluster. When you dramatically increase the throughput performance of client applications by accessing all nodes of a scale-out cluster, you boost the productivity of all users, while also eliminating hot spots on the clustered storage.
Get ready to unleash the storage performance your business has been waiting for.
Join us for a webcast to learn why scale-out is critical to growing businesses, get a technical overview of the Isilon Express Scale-out NAS platform, and discuss top use cases.
Get all benefits of Isilon – at the size and price that works for you:
•Simple – Deploys and scales in minutes, with automated management
•Flexible – Multi-protocol, tiers to public clouds, works with hundreds of ISV integrations
•Easy to Manage – Single file system, single volume, global namespace
•Start Small – Entry-level configurations starting at just 33TB
•Expand Easily - Grow up to 68PB in a single cluster without ever overprovisioning
They seem to solve the same problem – meeting the constantly growing performance and capacity demands of the enterprise. But Scale-out NAS and Distributed Storage are different. Join our next LIVE podcast to learn what Scale-out NAS and Distributed Storage are, how they are different and which one is right for you. Attendees to the live podcast will be able to ask questions and get answers in real-time. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!Read more >
When your applications need to scale to new heights, don’t let the wrong storage hold you down. There are different models for “scale-out storage,” and depending on your use case, one scale-out model does not fit all. Join Howard Marks from DeepStorage.net and Greybeards of Storage as he reviews the landscape of scale-out storage from traditional models to new emerging models. We will also discuss how loosely coupled federated solutions like Tintri’s VM Scale-out can address problems of scale in a virtualized and cloud datacenter.Read more >
Workflows in life sciences and bioinformatics are characterized by massive volumes of machine-generated file data that is pipelined into downstream processes for analysis. With today’s sequencer technology, most experts agree that about 100 GB of data is generated for each human genome that is sequenced.
With the Earth’s population predicted to eclipse 8 billion people by 2025, some researchers believe that Life Sciences and Genomics in particular will soon become the single largest producer of new data across all media types — outpacing today’s leaders like YouTube, Twitter, and astronomical research.
Legacy file storage fails to provide researchers with acceptable performance and cost effectiveness at petabyte scale, especially with the wide mix of file sizes that characterizes modern research workflows.
But it’s not all bad news.
Balancing researcher, IT, and executive team concerns, watch this video case study about the Department of Embryology at the Carnegie Institution for Science, and see why they turned to QF2's universal scale file storage to deliver the performance, scalability, and simplicity needed to keep pace with evolving research data requirements.
Every cloud or cluster needs to be administered and xCAT is the open source solution to help you manage HPC clusters, RenderFarms, Grids, WebFarms, online gaming infrastructure, clouds, and data centers. Join Jarrod Johnson, a high performance and scale out computing architect, to learn what makes xCAT different from other management open source projects and how you can use it in the enterprise.Read more >
Yesterday’s legacy storage solutions are riddled with fatal flaws that make them inherently unsuitable for today’s business demands.
In 2015 when Qumulo Core was being designed, we interviewed 600+ storage experts—architects, engineers, and administrators, to hear about their current challenges storing files at scale. What they really wanted was basically the same thing they’ve had before—reliable, scalable, easy-to-use storage that was cost-effective, and built for the modern era. Their demands became our product roadmap.
Watch this webinar and learn how Qumulo Core:
> Was created by the best file system engineering team in the world
> Is software-defined, built for on-premises and the cloud
> Is proven in hundreds of mission-critical environments, some with tens of billions of files and petabytes of data
> Has significant market traction—from top global film animation studios, to Fortune 500 telcos, to early-stage software startups.
Join this session to discuss the Scale-Out Storage Master Usage Model and usage scenarios. This session will also cover best practices for adopting the ODCA requirements outlined in the usage model document.Read more >