How Object Storage Protects from Ransomware Attacks
With the recent ransomware attacks, protecting data is a growing concern for many organizations. Learn from Caringo Product Manager Ryan Meek how object storage continuously protects your data from exploits such as WannaCry and EternalBlue with the use of HTTP.
RecordedJul 11 201733 mins
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Adrian "AJ" Herrera, VP Marketing, and Jose Juan Gonzalez Marcos, Sales Engineer
Organizations across all industries are struggling with enabling instant on-demand access to archived video. Workflows relied upon for years, based on tape, are becoming too difficult to manage and video assets are taking longer and longer to recall. The cloud is an option but compounding recurring costs, bandwidth limitations and asset security are valid concerns. The solution is on-prem object storage. In this webinar, you will learn how to plug object storage into digital asset management solutions via the Amazon S3 interface. You will also learn how to consolidate video archives, enable private streaming and provide video-on-demand (VOD) directly from the archive layer.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant & Eric Dey, Director of Product
While the S3 protocol has become the de facto choice for cloud and object storage, there can be important details that your storage vendor isn’t telling you. Are there bottlenecks or scaling problems waiting for you in a year or two? Should you be asking for more than "just S3" for unlocking value from your data? Our experts discuss these secret details and explain how Caringo’s storage solution gives you S3 along with the other pieces necessary to meet your evolving storage needs.
Ryan Meek, Principal Solution Architect & Michael "Q" Brame, Quality Engineering Lead
Object protocols and file translations present performance testing challenges that are different from standard file systems. In this webinar, we will identify the relevant performance benchmarks for object storage software testing and discuss best practices for measuring and evaluating performance in object storage systems.
John Bell & Tony Lokko, Caringo Senior Consultants
FileFly is the solution you need for complete, automated and flexible data lifecycle management of unstructured data—from creation to preservation. Working with both NetApp and Windows filers, FileFly allows you to set policies that guide the level and target of file data movement based on your organization’s requirements. Senior Consultants John Bell and Tony Lokko explain how FileFly works and can now be used with any of the Big 3 cloud providers (Azure, Google and Amazon) as well as Caringo Swarm Object Storage. They will demonstrate use of FileFly and have a live Q&A session so you can learn from their extensive experience in architecting, deploying and managing storage solutions.
Ryan Meek, Principal Solution Architect & Jose Juan Gonzalez Marcos, Sales Engineer
Digital video and M&E workflows are changing rapidly driven by distributed workforces and on-demand content consumption. In this webinar, you will learn how to stream content directly from storage, how to set up multi-site content distribution for collaboration, how to unify file system (NFS) and RESTful (S3) workloads, and the pros and cons of using object storage vs tape.
Metadata is data about the data, but how does it work with object storage? What benefits can you reap by using metadata, and do all object storage solutions use metadata the same way? In this Tech Tuesday webinar, Ryan Meek will take a deep dive on metadata and explain how it can be used to unlock the intelligence potential that resides in large data repositories.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant & Brian Guetzlaff, Engineering Manager
In this webinar, John Bell and Brian Guetzlaff will explore the advanced capabilities of Caringo Swarm’s Content Management API, including managing user access, usage and content (using collections and metadata). They will provide a live demonstration and show you how to use the Swarm Object Storage Content Portal User Interface (UI). Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the webinar.
Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP of Marketing & Nicholas Smith, JB&A Director of Media Technology
Video production workflows are evolving rapidly to satisfy on-demand requirements. Production timelines are compressing and content needs to remain online and accessible for indefinite lengths of time. This has introduced the need for more “tiers” of storage. In this webinar, Nicholas Smith, JB&A Director of Media Technology, and Adrian “Aj” Herrera, Caringo, VP of Marketing, will give an overview of the 5 tiers of storage for any new video production workflows—covering super-fast storage for editing to economical storage on-prem or in the cloud and everything in between.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant and Michael “Q” Brame, Quality Engineering Lead
Do you need to securely store data and access it via NFS? In this webinar, John Bell and Michael Brame will discuss using NFS with object storage and explain how this has been handled by traditional file-to-object gateways. They will also do a live demo of Caringo SwarmNFS—the first lightweight file protocol converter to bring the benefits of scale-out object storage to NFSv4, seamlessly integrating files and object storage.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant and Brian Guetzlaff, UI Engineer
Join Sr. Consultant John Bell and UI Engineer Brian Guetzlaff for a tour and demo using the Swarm Object Storage user interface (UI) to manage a storage cluster. They will also provide insight into the management API that underpins the user interface and discuss the capabilities of the platform.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant and Jamshid Afshar, Engineer
Massive scalability is one thing, but what if you want to run Object-Based Storage for a smaller shop? Can you start with a small hardware investment and run object-based storage on just one server? John Bell, Sr. Consultant, and Jamshid Afshar, Caringo Engineer, will explain how you can store, manage, search and deliver data with just one server, while maintaining the ability to scale out by simply plugging in additional servers as your data storage needs grow. They will explain how this “pay-as-you-grow” model can benefit organizations as they start to outgrow traditional SAN, NAS and Tape storage solutions.
Tony Barbagallo, CEO & Adrian Herrera, VP Marketing
Join Caringo CEO Tony Barbagallo and VP Marketing Adrian “AJ” Herrera as they talk about what is new in Swarm 10, a landmark release that enhances every part of the Caringo product suite with unrivaled performance and cost-savings enabled by our unique pure-object approach. Learn how Caringo has set a new precedent in on-premises object storage with blazingly fast S3 throughput and sustained petabyte-scale NFS to object read and write—all on standard hard drives, server and networking infrastructure.
John Bell, Sr. Consultant and Eric Dey, Director of Product Management
Get behind-the-scenes’ insight into how to migrate data from SAN, NAS or tape to an Object-Based Storage solution. John Bell, Sr. Consultant, and Eric Dey, Director of Product Management, will share their experience from hundreds of successful object storage implementations. They will explain the ins and outs of the data migration process and share best practices to help you move from a limited traditional storage approach to the new, cost-effective, limitless storage paradigm of object storage.
Barry Evans, Pixit Media CTO & Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP of Marketing
Changes in content creation workflows and access patterns of content creators and end users are stressing every aspect of the traditional Media & Entertainment (M&E) storage workflow. Do you invest in high-performance storage first, or enable protection, distribution and petabyte scale with object storage? How much of each solution is needed and how can you predict usage and growth to properly size each solution? And once you do this, how do you ensure operability throughout the entire M&E workflow from creation to management to archive? In this webinar Barry Evans, Pixit Media’s CTO and Adrian Herrera, Caringo’s VP of Marketing will demonstrate how to solve these challenges through a complete software-defined storage (SDS) approach combining Pixit Media’s PixStor and PixStor Ngenea Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) solutions with the Caringo Swarm scale-out object storage platform.
Tony Barbagallo, CEO & Adrian Herrera, VP Marketing
Just what is object storage? CEO Tony Barbagallo and VP Marketing Adrian “AJ” Herrera get back to basics to explain what object storage is, how it compares to traditional file and block storage, and when object storage is the right solution for your data center. Tony and AJ will explore the challenges with data that motivate organizations to adopt object storage such as risk of data loss, data growth, the limitations of traditional technologies, and the expectation of always-on and accessible storage. They will explain how object storage can help organizations overcome these challenges by eliminating inefficient data silos and providing continuous built-in data protection, searchability and management capabilities.
John Bell, Senior Consultant & Ben Canter, VP Global Sales
You've heard about the many benefits of object storage, but do you know which one is the right solution for your use case and organization? Object storage experts John Bell, Sr. Consultant, and Ben Canter, VP Global Sales, will discuss the criteria that should be used when evaluating object storage solutions for various use cases and share the knowledge gleaned from the 100s of successful installations Caringo has managed over the past dozen years. This interactive presentation will be followed by a live Q&A so you can ask questions that address your specific areas of interest.
John Bell, Senior Consultant & Pat Ray, Integration Engineering Lead
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.
The nature of enterprise data is rapidly changing and existing storage infrastructures can’t keep up. Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices were designed for performance and single-site collaboration but file creation and access is different now. Many turn to the cloud to offload data, however, for rapidly scaling data sets, daily transfer rates and bandwidth constraints are an issue. In addition, some sensitive information can’t leave your data center. Komprise and Caringo have partnered to solve these issues by pairing intelligent data management technology with hassle-free, limitless storage.
Attend this webinar to learn how you can slash TCO for rapidly scaling data sets by identifying data to move from NAS. Then securely transferring it based on value to Caringo Swarm scale-out object storage were it is protected without backups and instantly and securely available internally or externally.
John Bell, Senior Consultant & Jose Juan Gonzalez, Engineer
To keep pace with today’s media and digital asset management workflows, you need a cost-effective secondary tier of storage (active archive) that provides instant accessibility and unrelenting data protection—while scaling to store petabytes of unstructured data and billions of files. Caringo Senior Consultant John Bell and Engineer Jose Juan Gonzalez will explain how object storage (using NoSQL, unstructured methods of search like Elasticsearch, and advanced metadata and content management capabilities) can be used to build this active archive and will illustrate use with a live demo of how Caringo Swarm integrates with leading industry tools such as the CatDV media asset management (MAM).
Konstantinos Mouzakitis, Boston Limited Senior HPC Systems Engineer & Alex Oldfield, Caringo Solutions Architect
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 Caringo Object Storage Solutions Architect Alex Oldfield talk about the benefits of using object storage in HPC use cases in this webinar.
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.