Learn how to reduce storage TCO by 4X in under 30 mins
Does your company create lots of files and store them on NetApp or Windows File Servers? These filers are great at first, but as you add more files and filers, your once organized storage system becomes an expensive maze of data silos. There’s a better way!
Say hello to Caringo FileFly for Swarm—complete, automated file lifecycle management for a limitless tier of storage.
Join Tony Barbagallo, Caringo’s VP of Product, to learn how to:
1. Optimize filers without painful data migrations or costly forklift upgrades
2. Transparently move files to/from your filers to Caringo Swarm—bulletproof, limitless storage software that runs on any mix of commodity hardware
3. Consolidate all files on a searchable platform accessible through major cloud APIs and plug into analytics packages like Hadoop and Kibana
4. Scale storage to hundreds of petabytes and beyond while reducing storage TCO by over 4X
… All without changing the way your employees or applications work!
RecordedDec 15 201534 mins
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Organizations no longer need to waste budget by expanding or upgrading Windows Storage Servers or waste resources evaluating what data is or isn’t useful. They can now maintain their existing servers and seamlessly add intelligent data transfer to a limitless tier of scale-out secondary storage at a quarter of the cost. In addition, primary storage is optimized, disk I/O is reduced and storage silos are consolidated. Join Caringo VP of Product Tony Barbagallo as he introduces the new FileFly Secondary Storage Platform--a complete hardware, software, and services solution that is ideal for remote office consolidation, enabling collaboration and significantly simplifying data protection.
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The data center of 2020 will look nothing like the data center of today. The software-defined data center will continue to gain momentum with object storage playing a major role. Learn how object storage is now enabling far more than just cost-effective data storage and is being used for hybrid cloud, data management, filer and database optimization.
Join former developer and current Product Manager Ryan Meek for an informative webcast where he will take a deep dive into advanced object storage. Ryan will review protocols, metadata and data protection, with a focus on performance and high availability at petabyte scale. With live Q&A throughout, this webcast is geared towards application developers, software and storage architects.
Adrian Herrera, VP of Marketing & Glen Olsen, Product Manager
Are you struggling with data piling up in primary storage for High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads? Is the storage that came with your microscope, spectrometer or other research device only enough for a few weeks of data? We will review options for using Cloud and Object Storage to offload up to 90% of the data from primary storage, cutting costs by 75% with built-in protection, eliminating the need for backups.
In this webinar you will learn:
1. The difference between cloud and object storage vs file-based storage
2. How to transparently plug in a second tier of limitless, continuously protected storage into HPC workloads
3. How to easily provide storage services to internal or external parties with easy to manage access and full metering and chargeback functionality
4. How to consolidate HPC data sets and enable search
Adrian Herrera, VP of Marketing & Ryan Meek, Product Manager
For sites that focus on content distribution, value is often measured by how quickly and easily digital assets are delivered to the audience. Caringo VP of Marketing Adrian Herrera and PM Ryan Meek share how object storage can be used to store and deliver massive amounts of unstructured data including video and images.
Adrian Herrera, VP of Marketing & John Bell, Sr. Solutions Engineer
You’ve heard about all the advantages of using object storage, but how can you get on the fast track and make it a reality? Caringo VP of Marketing Adrian Herrera and Sr. Solutions Engineer John Bell provide an overview of just how to make the jump to object storage so you can lower your overall storage TCO, increase productivity, and eliminate risk with no disruption to current processes or workflows.
Eric Dey, Product Manager & Ryan Meek, Product Manager
Caringo Product Managers Eric Dey and Ryan Meek bring their experience as developers to this informational webinar and discuss how Object Storage has evolved over the years and the latest developments in the market. Geared for developers and IT architects, this live webcast will help you understand what features are valuable in object storage, how to avoid the hype, and how to know if object storage is the right solution for your environment.
Metadata is data about the data. Just how does this work with object storage, and what are the benefits to using metadata? Caringo Product Manager Ryan Meek will explain how metadata works with object storage, how it can be used to organize and manage data and how it can be the key to unlocking the value of both your old and new data.
Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP of Marketing Tony Barbagallo, Caringo VP of Product Glen Olsen, Caringo FileFly Product Manager
Object storage is the ideal method for storing vast amount of unstructured data. Data management, however, is usually left to asset management software or a distributed compute platform. In this webinar Tony Barbagallo, Caringo VP of Product, and Adrian Herrera, VP of Marketing, discuss how recent advancements in object storage, schema-free search and metadata are enabling organizations to extract value from their data.
Over a decade ago, API-accessible key/value-based storage was introduced as a service by Amazon and as software by Caringo. Amazon’s service-based approach matured quickly, while the general storage market slowly adopted the API approach. The on-premise market demanded a traditional file interface, leading to various “gateway” products. However, for the majority of use cases, the logical file gateway architecture is flawed. Is it time for file to evolve with object? This webinar examines the past decade in file interface gateways and the needs of the market versus what is available.
Caringo SDK and Integrations Product Manager Ryan Meek talks about the internal workings of object storage and identifies the areas developers should focus when searching for a best-of-breed solution. He will also explain how object storage can be used to provide a cost-effective, scalable and searchable foundation for Big Data, IoT and application development.
Join us for this insightful look into object storage for developers with Caringo Product Manager Ryan Meek. Ryan will take a close look at best-of-breed object storage architectures and discuss best practices for product integration through the HTTP REST API and the upcoming Dart SDK module and Search API.
Eric Dey, Caringo Product Manager for Cloud, explains how Caringo's scale-out object storage integrates with Amazon S3 and is fully integrated with Active Directory (AD) and other LDAP servers. With extensive experience in product engineering, Eric will explain how Caringo makes integration simple, even allowing Users (or Admins) to create S3 access keys via our API or our Swarm Content Portal User Interface.
What are the advantages to thin provisioning your NAS (NetApp Filers and Windows Storage Servers)? Would you like to preserve the performance of your NAS storage while gaining near limitless scale and more flexibility, protecting your data, reducing complexity and lowering your overall storage TCO? Caringo Product Manager Glen Olsen will give you insights into how to thin provision your NAS with policy-based, automated, transparent tiering for your new or existing data and storage solutions.
As a content creator or service provider, value in your application is determined by how quickly and easily the digital assets you create are delivered to your audience. A poor end-user experience causes lost viewers, while spending too much on infrastructure can quickly deplete capital. In this webinar, learn how to solve these issues with object storage that combines massively scalable, searchable storage with direct HTTP access to radically simplify content storage and delivery infrastructure while reducing costs.
Today, everyone and everything creates data. Is it possible to store, protect, provide access to, and search all of it? In this summit, Tony Barbagallo, VP of Product at Caringo, will discuss whether enterprise storage solutions are equipped to solve the data storage challenges of today and tomorrow.
Topics that will be covered:
•The differences between block, file and object storage
•What benefits are achieved by implementing an object store
•What common use cases are addressed by object storage
•If object storage is right for your business
Join us for this insightful look into object storage for developers with Caringo Product Manager Ryan Meek. Ryan will take a close look at best-of-breed object storage architectures and discuss best practices for product integration through the HTTP REST API and the SwarmFS for Hadoop SDK module.
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Caringo is simple, bulletproof, limitless storage software that turns standard hardware into a scalable, reliable pool of resources—cutting the complexity associated with legacy storage while ensuring data is accessible from any application or device.