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The Problems with NFS on Object Storage

If object storage is the future of unstructured data storage, NFS is clearly the present. Object storage vendors realize this and provide NFS support. The problem is most of these vendors leverage a NFS gateway to act as the bridge. Gateways create their own problems however, diminishing the value of the object storage investment. In this ChalkTalk video watch as Storage Switzerland’s George Crump and Caringo's Jonathan Ring discuss the ideal way to address NFS on Object shortfalls.
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