The Department of Embryology at the Carnegie Institution for Science Tackles Volume and Variety of Research Data with Qumulo
Wrestling with both terabyte-size data sets and millions of small sequencing files is a daily occurrence for one of the world's top research institutions.
After considering many other storage systems, the Institute turned to Qumulo File Fabric (QF2), the world's first universal-scale file storage system, to deliver the performance, scalability and simplicity needed to keep pace with evolving research data requirements.
Download the Carnegie Institution case study and learn about the benefits they have enjoyed since deploying QF2. Qumulo:
Performs equally well with both terabyte-size data sets and millions of tiny sequencing files
Scales throughput and capacity with each additional node to keep pace with rapidly growing data requirements
Delivers immediate storage improvements in a familiar file-based architecture
Evolves in capabilities and features through frequent and easy software updates
Qumulo is the leader in universal-scale file storage. Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) gives data-intensive businesses the freedom to store, manage and access file-based data in the data center and on the cloud, at petabyte and global scale. Founded in 2012 by the inventors of scale-out NAS, Qumulo serves the modern file storage and management needs of Global 2000 customers. For more information, visit www.qumulo.com.