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Big Data Changes Storage Needs
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Ajherrera
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Ajherrera,
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1/16/2012 | 9:50:08 PM
re: Big Data Changes Storage Needs
Great article George. One thing to add is that not all object storage solutions are created equal. Organizations should make sure that the solution they choose to power their cloud storage needs can scale up and out incrementally (by the drive) with no provisioning or downtime. The "service" aspect of cloud storage is key. When you provide storage as a service your employees, customers or subscribers will expect it to be available both from an accessibility and capacity perspective. This is one of our main focuses at caringo -

http://www.caringo.com/solutio...
tomleyden
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tomleyden,
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1/16/2012 | 10:42:32 AM
re: Big Data Changes Storage Needs
Interesting post, George, this is very much in line with what I just wrote about Object Storage for Big Unstructured Data: http://www.amplidata.com/?p=10...

In short, I expect Object Storage (one uniform pool of massively scalable storage, accessible over REST) to become the new paradigm next to SAN (block, database-optimized) and NAS (file-based, unstructured data but with limited scalability).
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Linear1,
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1/16/2012 | 12:15:18 AM
re: Big Data Changes Storage Needs
When involved with data storage one may expect to be emcumbered to anlylize the indiference when they all belong to the same system why is there not a seperation of systems?Clearly the analog indifference is the same so why is this?The algo sequence is apparent @13over78138241,the polarized circumfrence should not matter,The indifference is statatory there by the circumfrence is benine.Check this out 8100 3over12887251 that is the circumfrence ,just saying.
jmyal
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jmyal,
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1/13/2012 | 9:40:11 PM
re: Big Data Changes Storage Needs
Wow! This data storage thing is getting bigger and bigger! I think we may get many more companies like www.dropbox.com and www.mypdv.com who are going to come up and start offering various forms of storage. It's rapidly increasing I think!


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