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Data is growing at an unprecedented pace in the enterprise. IDC expects that we will see nearly 79 zettabytes of data by 2025 coming from machines, sensors and cameras1. This growth is offering businesses everywhere new opportunities to innovate. Many technological advancements in IoT, computing and machine learning have made this far easier than before. But the challenge we keep hearing from customers is that deriving those insights from their data is held back because of their infrastructure. With much of the new data being unstructured and collected at a scale and speed never seen before, the existing infrastructure just cannot cope up with it. As a result, IT needs a new infrastructure solution to support these data-driven initiatives.
HPE Solutions for Qumulo effectively addresses your growing unstructured data needs – scale and manage billions of files with instant control at lower cost and high performance, on-prem, off-prem, or spanning both – now and into the future.
Does your organization need an on-premises cloud storage solution for modern data-intensive applications? HPE Solutions for Scality provide object storage for scalable unstructured data archives and tiers behind primary storage arrays. Now, cloud-native applications and high-performance analytics tools are increasingly using object and the S3 API as their persistent storage layer. To meet this need, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Scality® offer two solutions that scale easily from terabytes to petabytes on a full portfolio of customizable platforms and media types.
For Enterprise IT:
Scality RING enable enterprises to quickly build on-premises object storage in scalable clusters, with native S3 API and file access protocols.
For Application Developers:
Scality Artesca is a fully-containerized object storage solution with built-in multi-cloud federated data management for S3-centric data workloads and ultra-reliable dual-level erasure coding.