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Manage Your Data, Not Your Storage - Surviving Today’s Machine Data Onslaught

Welcome to the Era of Machine Data. Today, an estimated 1 trillion sensors are embedded in a nearly limitless landscape of networked sources, from health monitoring devices to municipal water supplies, and everything in between.

The massive amounts of data being generated hold the promise of ever-greater insight, but only for those who successfully ingest, process and harness the flood of information.

Join Dave Bailey, Qumulo’s Director of Systems Engineering, for a breakdown of the changes and challenges our data storage customers are seeing with increasing volume, variety, and velocity of data.
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  • How Scale-Out Storage Enables the Next Frontier of Life Sciences Breakthroughs Apr 26 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Joel Groen & Dave Kaminsky
    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 Qumulo’s modern scale-out storage to deliver the performance, scalability, and simplicity needed to keep pace with evolving research data requirements.
  • The Solution Behind La La Land Recorded: Apr 13 2017 18 mins
    Anh Quach, Qumulo Director of Customer Success
    The massive opening shot to the hit movie La La Land presented a unique and highly complicated challenge. At more than five minutes long and over 8,000 frames, the opening sequence dwarfs the film industry’s average of two to five seconds and a hundred frames between cuts.

    Powerhouse visual effects studio Crafty Apes- known for films like Marvel's Doctor Strange and Disney's Pete's Dragon- turned to Qumulo to deliver cost-effective performance, scalability and support for this Academy Award winning film.

    In this webinar, Anh Quach, Qumulo Director of Customer Success, and 12-year media & entertainment tech veteran, tells the true Hollywood story of creative challenge and technical breakthrough that contributed to 7 Golden Globes and 5 Academy Awards.
  • Manage Your Data, Not Your Storage - Surviving Today’s Machine Data Onslaught Recorded: Apr 6 2017 6 mins
    David Bailey, Qumulo’s Director of Systems Engineering
    Welcome to the Era of Machine Data. Today, an estimated 1 trillion sensors are embedded in a nearly limitless landscape of networked sources, from health monitoring devices to municipal water supplies, and everything in between.

    The massive amounts of data being generated hold the promise of ever-greater insight, but only for those who successfully ingest, process and harness the flood of information.

    Join Dave Bailey, Qumulo’s Director of Systems Engineering, for a breakdown of the changes and challenges our data storage customers are seeing with increasing volume, variety, and velocity of data.
  • How to Store and Manage 10 Billion Files Recorded: Mar 24 2017 7 mins
    David Bailey, Qumulo Director of Systems Engineering
    What’s in a number? Well, when that number is 10 billion, I’d say it can mean quite a lot.

    For some, 10 billion represents:
    - The number of photos posted on Facebook (by 2008)
    - The number of song downloads from Apple iTunes (by 2010)
    - The number of Tweets issued by Twitter (by 2010)
    - The number of times Shazam was used to tag songs (by 2013)
    - The number of monthly emails being sent by MailChimp (by 2014)
    - The number of monthly music video views on VEVO (by 2015)
    - The number of quarterly streaming hours of content on Netflix (by 2015)

    For Qumulo, we like to demonstrate how and why our customers create and manage 10+ billion files (in 1.2 million directories) in a single scale-out file system.

    Join David Bailey, Qumulo’s Director of Systems Engineering, for this demo, and see why customers call Qumulo Core scale-out storage “the smartest storage product ever built.”
  • Scale-Out Storage for the Modern Era - An Intro to Qumulo Core Recorded: Mar 13 2017 27 mins
    Michael Korch, Elliot Partin
    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.
  • How Enterprise Data Storage Systems are Driving Business Processes Recorded: Mar 1 2017 39 mins
    Mike Bott, Principal Systems Engineer, Qumulo
    As technological advances continue to create new demands, the ability to efficiently store, manage, and curate data will be of paramount importance.

    The newest generation of intelligent storage systems are key to gaining real-time visibility into the data footprint, usage patterns and much more. These real-time analytics drive innovation and ensure that business processes are carried out smoothly and reliably.

    Join this webcast with Mike Bott, Principal Systems Engineer at Qumulo, for a deep dive into creating, growing and supporting data storage systems for many of the industry’s studios, post production and special effects shops.
  • How to Manage Storage and Data Capacity at Scale with Real-Time Visibility Recorded: Feb 22 2017 24 mins
    Mike Krasnow, Product Manager, Qumulo
    Sportvision, the media company behind the iconic 1st & Ten® yellow line in football broadcasts, offers a broad range of rich sports entertainment and analysis products that rely on vast amounts of video and metadata.

    When struggling with storage capacity and data management at scale, the company turned to Qumulo to gain the necessary visibility into data usage and performance.

    Watch this video case study and learn how Qumulo helps Sportsvision:

    - Gain unmatched real-time visibility into data and usage at the file-level
    - Receive insight into performance consumption to ensure adequate IOPS
    - Scale incrementally, allowing the company to simply grow storage capacity and performance by adding more nodes
  • Using APIs to Create Custom Data Storage Visualizations Recorded: Feb 15 2017 26 mins
    Michael Murray, Developer Advocate, Qumulo; Tommy Unger, Data Visualization Lead, Qumulo
    As data footprints in research organizations increase into the petabyte scale, so does the need to understand and visualize how that data is being used.

    While data-aware scale-out NAS gives you powerful insights into your data, you can take this one step further by building custom visualizations using our programmable REST API.

    Watch this webinar to learn how to:

    - Understand the usage patterns of your data to best manage your storage environment

    - Create interesting visualizations of your organization’s data using a programmable REST API

    - Use the Qumulo QPI with common data scientist tools such as Python’s Jupyter Notebook
  • How to Grow Storage Capacity, Performance & Visibility at File-Level Recorded: Feb 9 2017 60 mins
    Jeff Cobb, VP Product Mgmt, Qumulo,Jeff Kato, Sr. Analyst, Taneja Group, Nick Rathke, Assist. Director, IT University of Utah
    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 (Network Attached Storage) with data-aware intelligence.

    Join us as Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management at Qumulo and Taneja Group Senior Analyst Jeff Kato explain data-aware scale-out NAS and its seismic shift in storing and processing machine data.

    We will also be joined by Nick Rathke of the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute for a specific use case around how SCI uses Qumulo to cut raw image processing from months to days.
  • Enterprise Storage Playbook for Managing Billions of Files & Petabytes of Data Recorded: Jan 31 2017 60 mins
    Steve Noel, Senior Systems Engineer, Qumulo
    Ten years ago the challenge with enterprise storage was how to effectively scale capacity and performance while not having to increase storage administration.

    Today the challenge has moved to understanding and managing data at scale enabled by first-generation scale-out storage technologies, and understanding critical questions about your data footprint in real-time.

    Join this webcast to learn how to:

    •Maximize cost, performance, and capacity with Flash-first architecture
    •Store tens of billions of small and large files in a single volume
    •See real-time displays of storage capacity, performance and hot spots
    •Control and inspect the file system through a 100% programmable, interactive REST API
  • Why you should be Managing Splunk Data, Not the Storage Recorded: Jan 16 2017 40 mins
    Steve Noel, Senior Systems Engineer, Qumulo
    Splunk generates petabytes of data, which is indexed and made searchable for the entire enterprise. The volume of data processed by Splunk can create challenging demands on your organization's storage infrastructure.

    Working together, Qumulo and Splunk have delivered a solution for providing scalable, efficient storage for Splunk Data, as well as API integration directly with Splunk.

    In this webcast you will learn how to:

    - Understand your Splunk repository at the file level using real-time file system analytics.

    - Eliminate silos of storage using a single storage namespace for all Splunk data
    -Achieve transparent capacity and IO expansion with a linear scale-out storage architecture

    - Customize your Splunk environment via programmable REST API

    - Optimize your storage infrastructure for both sequential write index, random search as well as hot, warm and cold data.
  • Scale-Up vs. Scale-Out: How Should You Scale Your Storage System? Recorded: Jan 13 2017 34 mins
    Matt Ashton, Technical Marketing Engineer, Qumulo
    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.
  • University of Utah Powers Scientific Computing with Qumulo Scale-Out NAS Recorded: Jan 12 2017 4 mins
    Nick Rathke, Assistant Director IT, University of Utah Scientific Computing & Imaging Institute
    The Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI) at the University of Utah is on a mission to help us better see the world. Their visualizations range in scope from as large as our solar system to as small as a brain cell. Running such intensive research projects requires a powerful storage solution.

    Watch this short customer video to see how SCI is using Qumulo to power their visualizations, image analysis, and scientific computing.
  • University of Utah SCI Cuts Image Processing from Months to Days Recorded: Jan 10 2017 12 mins
    Nick Rathke, Assistant Director, Information Technology, University of Utah Scientific Computing & Imaging Institute
    Storage I/O bottlenecks were dramatically slowing imaging projects for the University of Utah’s SCI Institute, while lack of insight into data usage hampered effective capacity management.

    Qumulo’s data-aware, scale-out NAS software changed all that, cutting processing times from months to days, and delivering the analytics necessary to make smarter decisions about data management, ultimately turning black-box storage into a highly visible resource.

    In this customer video captured at Supercomputing 2016, Nick Rathke, Assistant Director with SCI Institute, discusses the benefits his org has experienced since deploying Qumulo.
  • A Market in Flux - Storage Trends of 2017 Recorded: Jan 9 2017 13 mins
    Ben Gitenstein, Director of Product Management, Qumulo
    The data storage market enters 2017 as a market in flux. Throughout last year, many trends began to take shape that are continuing to upend what storage users expect from their systems, and what vendors must provide to be successful.

    Hear Ben Gitenstein, Director of Product Management at Qumulo, discuss what those trends are and how they might impact the storage market in the year ahead.

    During this video, Ben covers:
    - The rise of cloud adoption in the enterprise
    - The explosion of unstructured data across industries
    - Workforces that are increasingly distributed all over the world

    Watch our on-demand video to gain a greater understanding of where enterprise storage will be heading in 2017.
  • Why Enterprise Storage Should Be Data-Aware Recorded: Jan 2 2017 4 mins
    Tom Arlington, Senior Channel Systems Engineer, Qumulo
    What if storage was aware of the data it stored? What if all data was catalogued upon creation, indexed and analyzed? What if analytics were built-in and real-time? What if storage was aware of all activity taking place inside? Who, where, what, how? What if data protection was an inherent part of storage and there was no need for media servers and tapes and separate disk systems? What if search and discovery were an integral part of the array? Wouldn’t smart storage like this be a paradigm shift? Wouldn’t it fundamentally change how we manage, protect and use storage?

    Enter -- Qumulo.

    Traditional scale-out NAS was right for its time too, but today’s unprecedented data volume demands a new solution: Data-Aware Scale-Out NAS that enables organizations to reduce costs, increase performance and unlock the value of the data being stored.
  • Qumulo - The Leading Data-Aware Scale-Out NAS Recorded: Jan 1 2017 1 min
    The Qumulo Team
    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.
Data-Aware Scale-Out File & Object Storage
Qumulo, headquartered in Seattle, pioneered data-aware scale-out NAS, enabling enterprises to manage and store enormous numbers of digital assets through real-time analytics built directly into the file system. Qumulo Core is a software-only solution designed to leverage the price/performance of commodity hardware coupled with the modern technologies of flash, virtualization and cloud. Qumulo was founded in 2012 by the inventors of scale-out NAS, and has attracted a team of storage innovators from Isilon, Amazon Web Services, Google, and Microsoft. Qumulo has raised $100 million in three rounds of funding from leading investors. For more information, visit www.qumulo.com.

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