It may sound counter-intuitive at first, but one of the drivers fueling Multi-Cloud’s momentum is cost savings. How would you be saving money if you store your data in multiple clouds? Well, here’s how: By leveraging the optimum, most cost-effective cloud services for your workload at any given time, across all cloud service providers (as opposed to just one) By avoiding data access/transfer costs and egress fees levied by cloud service providers (no data moving required) By using your newly found freedom and independence (from vendor lock-in that is) as bargaining chip and meaningful leverage to negotiate better pricing from.
Running a software-defined-storage system with petabytes of data doesn’t have to be a complex task. Watch this in-depth demo of the new RING 7.4 Supervisor Management UI. The new intuitive look and feel for the Supervisor, as well as a new S3 Service Management Console and new Integrated Data Browser make a full scale-out storage system look like your desktop office suite. Created for existing users of Scality RING, Speciale gives a guided tour into the features and functionality of the Supervisor Management dashboard, the S3 Console, and the account admin view of the administrator Console. Navigating through the Supervisor.
Charged with delivering always-on data availability to meet increasingly higher business demands, IT staff are in a crisis. Tasked with protecting the integrity of current data, senior IT employees are also responsible for the influx of massive new amounts of data. With the acceleration from structured to unstructured data, little has changed in the underlying architecture of enterprise storage systems. IT staff deal with enough complexities – their storage solution should not be one of them Together, Scality RING and Cisco UCS S3260 Storage Server deliver a robust, scalable and cost-effective solution for enterprise scale-out storage. Proven industry-standard Cisco hardware delivers.
It can be difficult to get an impartial and measured assessment of different vendor products. Learn how a new report scores Scality RING favorably, putting it in a very close race with two other object storage vendors.
With more than 600 million eyeballs glued to Dailymotion-distributed video content every month, the Paris-based company grows 30 percent annually and is second only to YouTube in user traffic. It knows software-defined object storage assures the required high performance, boundless scalability, guaranteed availability, straightforward administration—able to be handled by a mere handful of staff, and low TCO. It animates customer satisfaction. And the company stakes its business on it.
Object storage is a highly-scalable storage model that manages data as key and value pairs in a single flat namespace. Here, we suggest that an object storage solution is like a valet for your car.
Scality partner and customer BroadBand Tower, based in Japan, has shared the following blog post. (Written in Japanese)
File versus Object: implementing a unified object storage platform for both Video Replay: Originally presented on February 1, 2017 The growth of unstructured data is no longer news, but it will continue to remain as a challenge to most. Many corporations find themselves dealing with volumes of data that far outstrip anything they have ever dealt with in the past. While cloud and object based storage platforms have advantages when dealing with the massive data volumes, enterprises find themselves with legacy applications, that have been build around the POSIX file system paradigm. Thirty years ago when the standard was.