Cloud-scale Object Storage – where do you store the cloud itself?

Post by Eric Slack (thank you)

“The Cloud”, a ubiquitous term for near limitless storage and compute capacity, may seem like a fantasy to users but the infrastructure challenges it brings are very real indeed. Just ask the ‘hyper-scale’ companies that have developed their own systems to support this explosion of data stoked by internet and the Internet of Things. Scale-out, object-based storage architectures are ideal for these unstructured data sets but the commercially available solutions cloud providers and enterprise companies must use have limits. Now “Himalaya”, the latest storage architecture from Amplidata, promises to keep the object storage cloud ahead of the data growth curve.

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