The Future of Data Archive, Brews & Bytes, ep 13

Presented by

Fujifilm Rich Gadomski, Head Tape Evangelism, Nami Matsumoto, Director Data Mgmt Solutions & Caringo Eric Dey & AJ Herrera

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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

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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.