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  • Scality RING Hybrid Cloud Data at Scale

    To unlock the ability to run petabyte-scale, data-rich services like web applications, VOD, active archives, compliance archives, and private and hybrid clouds, download this datasheet. It explains how software-defined storage can streamline and simplify hybrid cloud data management.

  • Archiving NAS Data to Object Storage

    Discover how your organization can benefit from archiving inactive NAS data to a highly-reliable, scalable object storage system by downloading this paper. Among other advantages, you'll be able to retain ready availability, achieve 50% TCO savings versus traditional NAS protection, and free up NAS Tier 1 storage capacity.

  • Storage Requirements for the Digital Era and How to Meet Them

    This white paper highlights the benefits of using a software-defined storage (SDS) approach to simplify the storage, access, and protection of these large unstructured data volumes. Read it now to discover 4 ways your company can benefit from SDS and how SDS is tackling the shortcomings of traditional storage approaches.

  • Scality and Cisco Transform IT at Baystate Health

    Tune in for Bay State Health's new long-term prognosis: high-performance, high-reliability IT thanks to software-defined storage and a computing system purpose-built for data-intensive applications.

  • Scality RING 7.4 Supervisor UI Demo

    In this video, Scality Chief Product Officer Paul Speciale demos the Scality RING 7.4 Supervisor Management UI and illustrates the latest built-in features. Click here to get started.

  • Scality and Cisco in the Digital Transformation Era

    Siva Sivakumar, Sr. Director of UCS Solutions at Cisco, sits down with Paul Speciale, Chief Product Officer at Scality, in this webinar to discuss how software-defined storage meets the needs of petabyte-scale computing.

  • What is a Multi-Cloud Data Controller?

    In this post, CEO of Storage Switzerland George Crump introduces the multi-cloud data controller, which provides a framework to automatically move and copy data throughout the various clouds in which an organization operates. Read on as he digs into benefits and 4 cloud data controller requirements.

  • Scality Zenko Multi-Cloud Data Controller

    Highlighted in this resource is a multi-cloud data controller with which you can avoid vendor lock-in, reduce cloud storage costs, and access cloud services from any public cloud provider to improve the resiliency of your infrastructure.

  • Freedom and Control Across Hybrid IT and the Multi-cloud

    This technical paper outlines 7 key capabilities required for efficient hybrid and multi-cloud storage, as well as highlights a multi-cloud data controller you can use to unlock the value of your data with total transparency across the infrastructure. View the paper now.

  • Surviving the 21st Century Data Storage Deluge

    Access this custom paper for help in confronting the challenges of unstructured data storage and management, with guidance on multi-cloud management tactics and using object-based, software-defined storage to satisfy scalability, availability, and performance requirements while lowering TCO.

  • Simplified Petabyte-Scale Storage for the Multi-Cloud Era

    The following white paper provides an in-depth perspective of a cloud-scale, software-defined storage solution— Scality RING—that's designed for massive capacity scaling, for consolidating multiple storage silos, and for providing the highest levels of data durability. View the solution here.

  • The Business Value of HPE Object Storage with Scality RING for Data-intensive Apps and Services

    And as businesses move toward petabyte-scale storage, object storage solutions are emerging as viable alternatives for balancing scale, complexity, and costs. This IDC paper quantifies the business value and operational costs of using HPE object storage with Scality's software-defined storage (SDS) platform RING for data-intensive apps.

  • How to Choose an Object Storage Solution

    The global data-sphere will balloon to nearly 163 zettabytes by 2025, 80% of which will be comprised of unstructured data. Inside, read through the six factors to look for in an object-based storage platform to ensure it can scale out to future data volumes.

  • Success Story: Com Hem and Scality RING

    Download this case study for more on how entertainment provider Com Hem reduced the TCO of its storage system, achieved better resource utilization, and improved service reliability with software-defined storage. Further details and benefits are inside.

  • While Object Storage is Getting Popular, NAS is Fading Away

    In this expert-eguide, learn how you can conquer your unstructured data by moving from a scale-out NAS to an object storage system, as well as how easy or difficult these systems are to manage. Then, find out why many have already made this change, and why object storage is beginning to edge into what was traditionally a NAS dominated market.

  • Why Object Based Storage is The Smart Choice For Your Cloud Data

    Download this e-guide to learn why object storage might be the best choice for your organization's cloud storage needs. Inside, learn why object storage is overtaking file storage in big data management, 6 reasons IoT storage should be object-based, and more.

  • How, Why, and When to Use Object Storage

    In this e-guide from SearchStorage.com, learn the appropriate time and place to implement and use object storage. Also gain insight into how three executives feel object storage is relevant and useful in today's technological environments. Read on now to learn more.

  • The Disturbing Truth About Terascale and Petascale Storage

    This informative resource reveals an unsettling truth about today's terascale and petascale storage challenges. Discover why traditional storage architectures are falling short and explore the concept of object storage and how it can help you overcome these and other critical obstacles. Read on now to learn more.

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