Articles about Caringo

Murmuration

Feasting on Azure blobs: Caringo and Scality are doing it

Both Caringo and Scality are adding S3 gateways between their object storage and Microsoft's Azure Blob storage. This is a bit old hat really – startup NooBaa provided an S3 frontend to Azure Blobs (Microsoft's form of object storage) in November last year, with a February 2017 ship date. You can download it here. Anyway, …
Chris Mellor, 27 Sep 2017
Esoptra

Esoptra pimps pluglets for thin file contents provisioning

Esoptra has invented a thin content provisioned virtualized filer sitting in front of object storage. The Esoptra software product and company have been created by co-founders CEO Paul Carpentier and CTO Jan Van Riel. The two originally defined and developed the principles of object storage at FilePool, EMC (Centera) and …
Chris Mellor, 11 Sep 2017
Mosquito swarm - Shutterstock - by TT Photo

Caringo's 100TB cost-free Swarm licence foot in the door

Object storage software shipper Caringo is offering free 100TB licences to media and entertainment companies. A 100TB licence for Caringo’s Swarm object storage software is being offered to recording studios, content creation and post-production houses, broadcasters, studios and other M&E businesses. Swarm installs on any mix …
Chris Mellor, 30 Aug 2017
Begging, image via Shutterstock

Cloudian passes begging bowl round VCs to net $41m for object storage dev pool

Cloudian, the S3-or-bust object storage software startup, has passed a VC begging bowl around and raised $41m in a D-round of funding. Total funding is now, Cloudian says, $79m, and the cash is going to be used for software engineering, expanding sales and marketing, and building out its international operations. The funding …
Chris Mellor, 27 Oct 2016
Swarm servers

Flocking Dell! Caringo's Swarm storage software soars to version 9

Caringo has updated its Swarm object storage software and will flog the code on appliances based on Dell PowerEdge servers. Deployments of Caringo's object storage is used for applications such as bulk storage, analytics, archiving, backup, cloud storage and content distribution. The software provides NFS, SMB, S3, HDFS and …
Chris Mellor, 18 Oct 2016

Objects! Aaah-ah ... the savior of software-defined storage?

Comment Software-defined storage (SDS) is one of those terms that has been readily hijacked by vendors over the past few years. The term developed from the adoption of software-defined networking (SDN), used to define the separation of control and data traffic in the networking world, which provides the abstraction needed to deliver …
Chris Evans, 22 Sep 2016
Grain silos by Scott Davis

Secondary storage, the missed opportunity for object storage

Comment I've had a lot of conversations lately with vendors and end users about secondary storage - the scenario is quickly changing, with new products targeting this space and more end users adopting different forms. Object storage crossed my radar a few years ago, and even though its potential remains huge, radical changes are …
Bees

Release the Swarm: Caringo sweetens object storage offering

Software-defined storage firm Caringo has improved its search and file system integration with the eighth release of its Swarm object storage software. The company says you no longer need to migrate data into disparate silos for long-term preservation, delivery and analysis. Instead, consolidate all your files on Swarm and …
Chris Mellor, 18 Feb 2016
Swarm of Auklets

BT swarms into the global cloud world with Caringo

British Telecom is setting up a cloud storage service using Caringo's Swarm object storage technology. Caringo's product is the object-based storage component of BT's Compute Storage offerings, which include storage, data protection and sharing for BT customers around the globe. With a nod to current Safe Harbour difficulties …
Chris Mellor, 21 Oct 2015
Fireflies

Caringo has a Swarm of FileFlies to carry off old files

NetApp and Windows file server users can have old files bled off to Caringo’s object storage vaults with its Filefly for Swarm product. This is a “save money” pitch with old, low-access-rate files removed from expensive primary storage, and fed to a lower-cost commodity hardware-based system running the Caringo Swarm software …
Chris Mellor, 9 Sep 2015
Swarm of Auklets

Caringo insists its software is more than a Swarm in a tea cup

Object storage startup Caringo has upgraded its Swarm software to handle partial disk failures gracefully and play nice with large object deletions, node retirement, and upgrade. Swarm is Caringo's re-branded and developed CAStor object storage software and came out as Swarm v7 in May last year. Caringo said it was going to …
Chris Mellor, 21 Jul 2015
Bees

Data Deposit Box shrinks the farm before the SWARM

An SMB backup-to-the-cloud biz has shrunk its rack real estate by 82 per cent, moving from paired Dell storage server boxes to a swarm of object storage boxes. Data Deposit Box, which started operations in 2002, has more than 60,000 customers for its service. An OEM deal meant that customer base could increase markedly, which …
Chris Mellor, 25 Mar 2015
T Platforms GP Blade Chassis

Why blades need enterprise management software: Learn from Trev's hardcore lab tests

The value of enterprise management associated with modern blades has been made apparent to me. At the same time, I understand the value that "unblade" systems, such as the Supermicro Twin series or Open Compute systems, can bring. Cost, and what you plan to do with the things, are, as always, the determinant, but there are no …
Trevor Pott, 8 Dec 2014
Swarm of Auklets

Caringo greases up CAStor-based software, slips out Swarm7

Object storage startup Caringo has released its new Swarm7 storage software, promising to offer object, file, block and Hadoop support “out of the box.” Caringo’s main technology is its CAStor object storage, which supports its own APIs and file access protocols. Swarm7 is built on CAStor and includes the following features, …
Chris Mellor, 15 May 2014

VCs add Scality to give-'em-cash list: We liked it, put a RING on it

The much-derided venture capitalist can be a useful accelerant for the startup that uses the cash wisely. No matter how good your product, without the right amount of investment you won't be able to scale up product design, research and marketing to the point where you can attract the really big customers, hire the best …
Chris Mellor, 9 Jul 2013
Massive Media

Massive Media dumps Amplidata, makes eyes at Caringo

Object storage supplier Amplidata has been replaced by fellow supplier Caringo at Massive Media, which bills itself as the world's largest social discovery site. Massive runs two social networking websites: Twoo, which was launched in 2011, and Netlog, which appears to share the same basic concept as Facebook. Between the two …
Chris Mellor, 25 Jun 2013
Bloody Serial Killer Shower Curtain

Dell kills 3-year-old object storage appliance line

Exclusive Dell is closing down its DX6000 object storage appliance product line just three years after starting it up. Its OEM'd Caringo software will be available through Dell’s Digital Download Store. But there are concerns that this move will tarnish Dell's reputation as an enterprise raised-floor data centre supplier. Object storage …
Chris Mellor, 17 Apr 2013
cable

Dell channels Dr Who, shoves Big Data into Small Data Tardis

Dell reckons it can turn Big Data into, er, Small Data. Hoarded information could be squeezed down to size - potentially reducing disk occupancy by 97 per cent - if the tech titan's numbers add up. The company will bundle RainStor's deduping structured data software with one of its object storage system to provide a …
Chris Mellor, 25 Jul 2012

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