Whatever your big data or analytics challenges, Scality is here to help
Big data challenges come with extraordinary opportunities if you can keep up with rapid data growth and demands for faster data access. And let’s not forget the need to support a wide range of formats and applications like AI/ML.
Data-rich companies—small and large—use Scality's secure, S3-compatible file and object storage software to power research, genomics sequencing, security log analysis, financial services and more.
IT pros who work with Scality are empowered to optimize the fastest growing type of data—unstructured data—in a secure on-premises, cloud-like environment. The insights obtained from large-scale data managed with Scality inspire informed business decisions and new innovations.
The cost savings and security improvements with on-premises object storage for large-scale data stores are proven. It’s why IT leaders responsible for the largest data pools in the world trust Scality to collect, manage, store and distribute their data.
“It’s not just about buying a kit or services… [The insights Scality] delivers are opening doors to other divisions in our organization. Scality has engaged with us, becoming a partner to understand our future needs.”
“We’re not only realizing time savings for customer support, but also discovering new opportunities to innovate.”
See why Scality RING and Splunk SmartStore are the perfect fit to optimize your big data deployment. Take data back from the cloud and gain advantages.
Safeguard your data with world-class big data analytics partners
Scality integrates with the most respected big data analytics providers and solutions. Explore our partner ecosystem.
Splunk has embraced Scality object storage to access large-scale data sets. Our partnership and open APIs give Splunk users a broader suite of tools to power big data projects. Event analytics, AI operations, and automation tools will give you a jump-start.
We are SmartStore-ready—validated through Splunk—to bring a new combined model of data management. By decoupling compute and storage you gain operational efficiencies by optimizing compute and storage independently.