Object Storage Makes A Push Into HPC

Four years ago, Cloudian was a six-year-old startup in an object storage space that, while the technology had been around for more than a decade, was seeing a surge of interest from cloud providers desperate for a storage architecture that only could scale to meet the demands of their rapidly growing datacenters, the massive amounts of data that was being generated and the need to be able to more easily move it between core on-premises datacenters and multiple cloud environments – and in the coming years the edge.


On Premises Object Storage Mimics Big Public Clouds

Object storage is not a new concept, but this type of storage architecture is beginning to garner more attention from large organisations as they grapple with the difficulties of managing increasingly large volumes of unstructured data gathered from applications, social media, and a myriad other sources.