Object Storage: Using next-generation storage to solve today’s data problems
Is your unstructured data growing rapidly? Is your budget strained? Has managing your storage become too time consuming and complicated?
In this session, Adrian Herrera, VP of Marketing, will share Caringo’s experiences working with hundreds of customers of various sizes across a number of different industries so you can learn:
· 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
RecordedJan 21 201634 mins
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Chris Kehoe, Fujifilm, Head of Infrastructure Engr; Caringo's Ryan Meek, Prin Solutions Architect, Jose Marcos, Engineer
With the continued compounding effect of infrequently accessed data, organizations need to look beyond scaling infrastructure to intelligent data lifecycle management and sustainable cost while making sure their data remains secure. For these cold-archiving use cases, a two-tiered approach with server-based object storage and a tape object archive can bring many benefits, including the ability to:
--Economically achieve optimal price/performance for multi-petabyte environments
--Meet stringent security and compliance requirements by deploying a high-security air-gapped solution
--Satisfy corporate policies for long-term preservation of data on tape storage
In this Tech Tuesday webinar, Chris Kehoe, Fujifilm Head of infrastructure Engineering, joins Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Architect, and Jose Marcos, Caringo Sales Engineer to discuss how to build a complete, on-prem object storage solution with Caringo Swarm and FUJIFILM Object Archive.
Eric Dey, Caringo Head of Product, Ben Canter, Caringo Global VP of Sales and Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing
The traditional online, offline, nearline and archive storage models are expensive and slow storage paradigms that just don't cut it for digital video in 2021! As a result of the drastic consumption model changes that 2020 required, we’ve emerged from this year with the need for bigger archives, stronger workflow models, and faster content delivery.
Subscribers and viewers are demanding to watch video on their terms, at any time and on any device. Join Eric Dey, Caringo Head of Product, Ben Canter, Caringo Global VP of Sales, and Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing, as they discuss:
--Factors that will drive on-prem and cloud storage growth in the digital video market
--Different storage and content distribution requirements for M&E, Sports Video, Broadcasters, and VOD services
--Modern strategies for tiering video assets to increase storage cost-effectiveness
Fujifilm Rich Gadomski, Head Tape Evangelism, Nami Matsumoto, Director Data Mgmt Solutions & Caringo Eric Dey & AJ Herrera
The notion of an archive has stayed consistent for many years, with cost and workflow integration being the most common evaluation criteria. As content libraries increase in size and workflows become more distributed, the primary function of an archive as the secondary tier is splitting into two—a hot/warm tier enabling distributed workflows and a cold tier optimized for cost.
Join Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing and host of Brews & Bytes, for a lively discussion with Eric Dey, Caringo Director of Product, Rich Gadomski, Fujifilm Head of Tape Evangelism, and Nami Matsumoto, Fujifilm Director of Data Management Solutions. They will discuss:
--The functional role of the archive in today’s workflows
--Leveraging tape, HDD and object storage to optimize accessibility and cost
--Where archive technologies are headed, and a look at active archiving
John Bell, Sr. Consultant, & Jamshid Afshar, Sr. Software Engineer
Caringo’s John Bell, Sr. Consultant, and Jamshid Afshar, Sr. Software Engineer, will explore how Elasticsearch, a distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine, is used by object storage. By watching this webinar, you will learn:
--The benefits of using Elasticsearch with object storage
--Best practices for using Elasticsearch with object storage
--How simple it is to upgrade from Elasticsearch 6 to Elasticsearch 7
--How to deploy Elasticsearch on Kubernetes
Tony Barbagallo, Caringo CEO; TW Cook, Caringo VP Engineering and Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing
The holiday season is a time of reflection for many around the world. On episode 12 of Brews & Bytes, we will take a look at the characteristics of data storage to be thankful for! From entertainment, education, healthcare, connecting with friends and family and everything in between, storage has played a critical role in keeping the world connected this past year. Join Adrian J Herrera, VP Marketing, Tony Barbagallo, CEO, and TW Cook, VP of Engineering, for a discussion about:
--How storage has evolved over the last decade
--Stories from the field…top 3 times organizations were “thankful” for storage
--Where storage is headed in the coming decade
John Bell, Sr. Consultant & Eric Dey, Director of Product
No matter your line of business, it’s likely driven by data. Storing that data comes with various challenges, including:
--Adding capacity continuously while transparently providing data access
--Complying with industry and government regulations
--Keeping both your TCA (total cost of acquisition) and your TCO (total cost of ownership) within your budget
--Developing a long-term plan for archiving data securely
--Making sure your remote staff has access to the data they need
Caringo is empowering content-driven organizations across the globe with the Swarm Intelligent Data Management & Object Storage Platform. Our solutions are designed to easily enable local and global secure access, content delivery and archive.
Join John Bell, Sr. Consultant, as he hosts Eric Dey, Director of Product, to learn about updates to the Caringo storage product line, including Swarm 12, SwarmFS (formerly SwarmNFS) and FileFly. Throughout the presentation, you can submit questions about our latest releases. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the jump on your 2021 storage strategy!
Sarah Cook, Director of Marketing & Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Architect
Developers today are increasingly concerned with developing cloud-native applications, and with good reason. Applications developed for cloud native services can scale as needed, and can leverage immutable infrastructure, containers, service meshes and declarative APIs flexibly on private, public or hybrid cloud storage.
Tune in to this month’s Tech Tuesday webinar to learn:
--The benefits of a cloud-native approach
--The top 3 mistakes developers make when developing cloud-native applications
--Best practices for developing cloud-native applications
--How Caringo Swarm Intelligent Data Management uses the cloud-native approach to provide massively scalable, self-healing object-based storage
At Caringo, we’ve worked with customers on cloud-native applications (although they weren’t called that yet) since 2006. Ryan Meek, who joined Caringo in 2006 and was one of the early application developers with what is now known as Swarm, will be our subject-matter expert for the topic. Stick around until the end of the webinar for the Q&A. Sarah Cook, Director of Marketing and this month’s host, will make sure you get the answers you need.
Scott Hamilton, WD Sr Director Product Mgmt & Marketing; Caringo's Eric Dey, Head of Product & Adrian Herrera, VP Marketing
The rate of data growth for many organizations is outpacing budgets and resources needed to store it all efficiently. One of the solutions is increasing the density of storage, enabling you to store more data in a smaller footprint. In episode 11 of Brews & Bytes, we will tackle these questions:
--What are the trends in HDD density and how quickly have things advanced the past few years?
--Should everything digital that is created by businesses and individuals be stored?
--With 14 and 18 TB HDDs on the market, when is a good time to go dense?
--How are organizations approaching this issue?
Caringo VP of Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Eric Dey, Caringo Head of Product, and Scott Hamilton, WD Sr. Director of Product Management and Marketing.
Ryan Meek, Principal Solution Architect, & Jose Marcos, Sales Engineer
Performance Testing Object Storage systems presents challenges that are different than those in testing more traditional storage such as NAS and SAN. In this webinar, we will discuss what we have learned in numerous proof of concept engagements where there were specific requirements for performance that must be met. We will also cover:
--How object storage system architecture affects performance
--Relevant performance dimensions for object storage software testing
--Best practices for measuring and evaluating performance
--Actual test results gathered on Swarm in real-world scenarios
--The role of concurrent users, transactions, latency and throughput in testing
--Client configuration for better S3 performance
There will be live Q&A throughout the event. Don’t miss the opportunity to ask questions of our Principal Solutions Architect Ryan Meek and Sales Engineer Jose Marcos.
Philip Buckley-Mellor, Infrastructure Designer, BT; Caringo's Tony Barbagallo, CEO, & Adrian J Herrera, VP Marketing
As we all adjust to the current fluidity in every aspect of life, one thing is clear—global connectivity has helped keep the world economy from completely collapsing by enabling remote working and electronic commerce. In episode 10 of Brews & Bytes, we will tackle these questions:
--What are the trends in connectivity and services to businesses and consumers, and how have they evolved in recent years?
--Should everything digital that is created by businesses and individuals be online, searchable and accessible?
--How can you achieve an “everything-online” approach?
Caringo VP of Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Tony Barbagallo, Caringo CEO, and Philip Buckley-Mellor, Infrastructure Designer for BT Service Platforms. BT Services Platform includes broadband, DNS, email, EE/mobile, Media & Broadcast and BT TV. You don’t want to miss this webinar!
Liz Davis, Diversified VP Media Workflow Group; Ben Canter, Caringo, VP Sales; Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing (host)
As organizations start to figure out how to work in these unprecedented times, one thing is clear—processes that used to be easy are now quite convoluted with procedures to minimize risks. From not being able to easily go to a particular site to sanitization and social-distancing requirements, creating new content is far more complex and costs more than it used to. Is there an overlooked solution to create new content while reducing costs? Can you gain an advantage by using an active archive? In this Brews & Bytes episode, we will discuss:
--How content production has changed in the era of COVID-19
--How to leverage active archives for repurposing and reuse and the impact of making content archives “active”
--How organizations are making archives searchable and accessible to supplement workflows
Caringo VP Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Ben Canter, Caringo VP of Sales, and Liz Davis, VP Media Workflow of Diversified—a leading technology integrator in digital media, collaboration, security and OTT solutions.
Ryan Meek, Principal Solutions Architect & Jose Marcos, Sales Engineer
If you’re evaluating your current disaster recovery (DR) strategy or developing a new one, you’re probably considering the best way to incorporate cloud storage. There are a number of factors that contribute to why you should consider using cloud storage. Maybe you don’t want to build and staff another data center right now; or, perhaps you want to decommission your secondary center without spinning up a new cloud disaster recovery (DR) site. Or, maybe you’ve just outgrown your current solution.
Tune in to our next Tech Tuesday webinar where Ryan Meek, Principal Solutions Architect, and Jose Marcos, Sales Engineer, discuss strategies for incorporating cloud (public, private and hybrid) into your storage architecture. Bringing expertise from working on hundreds of storage deployments, Ryan and Jose will explain how you can easily:
--Tier data to a DR site using automated policies
--Reduce risk and cost by using a deep storage archive for DR
--Use the cloud to simplify your storage DR
--Leverage Caringo’s expertise in data recovery processes
The webinar will include a demonstration of Caringo’s new Swarm Cloud DR powered by Wasabi and a live Q&A session.
Nicholas Smith, JB&A VP of Technology & Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing
The march towards enabling remote workflows continues in the video production world. Some processes will never be the same, and storage continues to play a critical role. Join Nicholas Smith, JB&A VP of Technology, and Adrian “AJ” Herrera, Caringo VP of Marketing, for this follow-up to the original “5 Tiers of Storage for New Video Production Workflows” webinar. They will re-examine the 5 tiers of storage for video production workflows—covering super-fast storage for editing to economical storage on-prem or in the cloud and everything in between. You will learn:
--How the challenges of producing video content have changed over the last 6 months
--How these challenges impact video storage, access and delivery requirements
--What the 5 tiers of storage for video production are and how they map to requirements and new remote workflows
Sam Bogoch, CEO axle.ai; Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Architect; and Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing (host)
In a few years when we reflect on this decade, it will be clear that it was the decade where video overtook all other forms of media as the main educational and entertainment vehicle. Every major video on-demand service, feature film, viral video, news network and now classroom relies on video content. Add a sudden shift to remote workflows and those in charge of creating, producing and delivering content now need to be able to find the videos they need on their own, from a distributed site. In this Brew & Bytes episode, we will discuss:
--How video production has changed the last decade and what a video archive looks like for various sizes of organizations
--The impact of remote workflows and how different organizations are approaching the new norm
--The role of remote access and AI-driven video search, and the importance of finding videos when they are needed
Caringo VP Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Architect, and Sam Bogoch, CEO of axle.ai, a leading software platform for remote access and video search. They will share real-world examples of how these capabilities have evolved over the last decade.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant & Michael "Q" Brame, QA Lead
In this webinar, learn how SwarmNFS provides NFS clients access to highly scalable and economical Swarm object storage. John Bell, Sr. Consultant, will host Michael “Q” Brame, QA Lead, for a discussion of traditional methods for handling NFS protocol access to object storage and the SwarmNFS “next-generation” approach. Details about the latest release (SwarmNFS 2.4) will be discussed along with deployment checklist items. Highlights of the latest release include:
--Improved support for Windows clients
--Enhanced performance, especially for large sequential reads
--Expanded audit logging features
The webinar will include a demonstration of the seamless integration of files and object storage with SwarmNFS and Swarm 11 Object Storage and will be followed by a live Q&A.
Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Vas Vasiliadis, Eric Dey and Adrian J Herrera
Some of the world’s most challenging problems—including fighting diseases, increasing food production, battling climate change, and advancing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning—are enabled by High-Performance Computing (HPC). A big part of HPC workflows is sharing data with distributed collaborators. Join us for a discussion on the challenges of managing and storing HPC data featuring the experts from Globus, a University of Chicago non-profit service. Topics will include:
--Why distributed collaborators are critical to expediting time to discovery
--How to provide direct access to computers, software, data and other resources
--Collaborative problem-solving and resource-brokering strategies
--How the largest research organizations in the world are enabling secure access to data
--The role of storage and access controls throughout HPC workflows
Caringo VP Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Eric Dey, Caringo Head of Product, Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Globus Head of Product, and Vas Vasiliadis, Globus Chief Customer Officer. They will share real-world examples of how Globus and Caringo have worked together to solve these problems and also discuss how current events are likely to shape the future of Research workflows.
Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Globus Head of Product
Vas Vasiliadis, Globus Chief Customer Officer
Eric Dey, Caringo Head of Product
Adrian J Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing (host)
Ryan Meek, Principal Solution Architect & Jamshid Afshar, Engineer
When you integrate the use of containers with object storage, it expands on the benefits of both technologies while removing the requirement for dedicated servers. This enables potential new use cases for object storage such as:
--Mobile video (e.g., sportscasting and video editing on site)
--Mobile army hospitals and regional health systems (such as ambulances)
--Workflows in public clouds (such as Azure, Amazon and Wasabi)
--Complex needs such as local storage for telemetry with async feed to the hub
--Edge clusters for IoT
On this Tech Tuesday webinar, Ryan Meek, Principal Solutions Architect, hosts Jamshid Afshar, Caringo’s lead on all things Container, to share how a containerized, auto-configured Caringo environment comes up quickly and reliably. They will also discuss how containers can be used for continuous integration testing and deployment, all-in-one laptop environments, demos, customer setups or reproductions and production rollouts.
Toon Geens, Ronny Timmermans, Ryan Meek & Adrian J Herrera
The shift to all-digital workflows has increased in momentum and so have malware, ransomware and crypto-locking attacks. So, how do you keep the CIA promise (Confidentiality, Integrity and Accessibility) for content repositories and archives in light of these constant threats? In this episode of Brews & Bytes, Toon Geens, XeniT CTO, Ronny Timmermans, XeniT Co-Founder & Managing Director, and Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Engineer, join host Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing, to discuss these questions:
--How does an organization get started addressing threat prevention and detection?
--Are there ways to contain threats and mitigate exposure?
--Can repairing and healing from data integrity issues be automated?
John Bell, Sr. Consultant and Ryan Meek, Principal Solutions Architect
In today’s rapidly changing world, you need the ability to access your data from anywhere at any time. In particular, data that resides in traditional in-house storage solutions can be difficult to surface to teams suddenly required to work remotely. Fortunately, Swarm Object Storage was designed from the ground up to give you this “anywhere/anytime” capability along with many others, including:
--Web-based API compatibility (HTTP, S3) to support a wide range of applications and devices
--Ability to access corporate data from your home using S3 endpoints
--Security with full authentication & authorization (AAAA) support, including token/secret pairs
--Powerful multi-tenancy features that allow you to define business groups in object stores while avoiding data silos
--Policy-based data management
--Automatic remote site replication for rapid publication & distribution
Join Sr. Consultant John Bell as he hosts Ryan Meek, Principal Solutions Architect, for this Tech Tuesday webinar. Pulling on years of experience working with customers, they will bring their expertise and insights to this topic and also be available to answer your questions throughout the live webinar.
Robert Browne, Founder, VP Global Technology Alliances, Signiant, TW Cook, Caringo VP Engineering, Adrian J Herrera, host
Workflows that deal with big files and big storage capacities are difficult to move to a distributed or remote method of processing. Along with the difficulty in transferring large files to various sites, you need to deal with storing, protecting and accessing those files in an economical way. In this episode of Brews and Bytes, Robert Browne from Signiant joins Caringo’s TW Cook and host Adrian J Herrera to discuss these questions:
--What are the problems you need to look out for when transferring large files locally or globally?
--What are the issues you may encounter storing 100s of Terabytes of files?
--How about 100s of Petabytes?
--Is there such a thing as files and storage being too big for remote workflows?
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-defined object storage solutions are used to preserve and provide access to rapidly scaling data sets across many industries.