Caringo Introduces Caringo Drive for Swarm Scale-Out Hybrid Storage

November 10, 2017

AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 10, 2017 — Today, Caringo announced their latest product, Caringo Drive, a virtual drive for Swarm Scale-Out Hybrid Storage, which they will demo at SC17 Booth 1001 in Denver, Colorado, November 13–16, 2017, along with their complete product line. Once Caringo Drive is installed on macOS and Windows systems, customers have convenient access and can easily drag and drop files to Swarm with background parallel transfer. This speeds content uploads and provides simple drive-based access to Swarm from applications.

Caringo’s flagship product Swarm eliminates storage silos by turning standard server hardware into a limitless pool of data resources delivering continuous protection, multi-tenancy and metering for chargebacks. HPC customers are able to offload data from primary storage and enable collaboration while reducing storage TCO by 75% and scaling to 100s of petabytes.

VP of Product Tony Barbagallo said, “Many organizations like Argonne National Laboratories and Texas Tech University trust their storage infrastructure to Caringo Swarm to provide infinite expansion across multi-vendor, local, and cloud-based storage. They use Swarm to store, preserve, and protect data generated in dispersed locations to facilitate in-depth research, drive technological breakthroughs, and support thousands of staff, researchers, and students around the world. With Caringo Drive, we expand our toolset to empower our customers to easily manage their Swarm cluster.”

In addition to showcasing their complete product line at SC17, Caringo will offer a no-cost, full-featured 100TB licenses of Caringo Swarm Scale-Out Hybrid Storage for qualified High-Performance Computing (HPC) customers. SC17 attendees are also invited to join the Caringo team at their widely anticipated Happy Hour at 2 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday, in the Caringo booth. For more information, see https://www.caringo.com/sc17/.

The 100TB license promotion and integration consultation is available now to qualified HPC and Education organizations. Interested parties can visit https://www.caringo.com/solutions/hpc/ for more information.

About Caringo

Founded in 2005, Caringo is committed to helping customers unlock the value of their data and solve issues associated with data protection, management, organization, and search at massive scale.


Source: Caringo

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