The Growth of Edge Devices and Core Data
The proliferation of connected edge devices coming online, creating and consuming data, is changing the way data needs to be managed.
Gartner and IDC estimate that between 25 Billion (Gartner) to 31 Billion (IDC) connected edge devices will exist by 2021, hence billions of connected edge devices and users will create and consume exabytes of data.
The cloud landscape is changing: data is spread across core clouds, within the Enterprise datacenter, and public clouds, managed by hyperscalers, MSPs and Telcos. IDC estimates up to 39,000 core cloud locations will exist by 2021.
Unstructured Data Problems are Arising
Exabytes of unstructured data will continue to grow
Data stored for long periods of time must be maintained properly.
Problems will magnify through proliferation of data
Information will need to be replicated and transitioned across data centers.
Visibility and Control
Enterprises will have a lack of visibility and control over their data or risk lock in.
Massive increases in data increase the need for cost management.
The New Era of Hybrid Cloud
RING8 brings its most sophisticated XDM Solution to Market to:
- Eliminate data silos: massively scalable & durable storage for core clouds that can span across petabytes as a single system
- Process Intelligent orchestration: data mobility policies across core, edge & public clouds, to move data for greater data protection.
- Create Global Visibility: data view & search across all clouds/sites for central point of governance for data
- Deliver Edge Data Services: storage, caching & mobility policies on object storage and NAS
Extended Data Management
RING is designed to maintain 100% data availability
Scality Client Testimonials
What our clients are saying about our Products.
“A whole infrastructure solution that can add the scale that we need for all of the changes coming in the future.”
Loic Barbou Consultant, Bloomberg
“The advantage of Scality in addition to its proximity is its ability to innovate as well as the quality and robustness of its technology.”
Bruno Landes Head of Earthworks and Topography Division, SNCF