Computer users aren’t top data producers anymore. Machines are. Raw data from sensors, labs, forensics, and exploration are surging into data centers and overwhelming traditional storage. There is a solution: high-performance, massively scale-out storage with real-time analytics.

Join us as Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management at Qumulo and Taneja Group Senior Analyst Jeff Kato explain Qumulo’s data-aware scale-out NAS and its seismic shift in storing and processing machine data.

We also review how customers are using Qumulo Core, and Nick Rathke of the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute joins in to share how SCI uses Qumulo to cut raw image processing from months to days.

Jeff Cobb
Vice President, Product Management, Qumulo

Jeff is an accomplished product and technology leader. Prior to Qumulo, Jeff was SVP of Strategy and a Distinguished Engineer at CA Technologies. As Chief Scientist at Wily Technology, the application performance management pioneer, Jeff was the architect of the flagship product Introscope. Jeff built a Java virtual machine at Connectix, and designed runtime architecture for the MacOS at Apple. Jeff holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College.

Jeff Kato
Senior Analyst & Consultant, Taneja Group

Jeff joined Taneja Group after a 30 year career in the storage industry with HP. At HP Jeff held various senior management positions including several years as Director of Engineering where he led the development of HP’s StoreOnce data deduplication appliances and enterprise tape libraries. Jeff joined Taneja group in April 2014 and focuses on the Converged Infrastructure and the emerging Hyper-Convergence technology.

Nick Rathke
Assistant Director, Information Technology, University of Utah Scientific Computing & Imaging Institute

Nick manages all day-to-day responsibilities for the Institute's computational facility and all technical operations.