Any scientific investigation produces a large amount of data, which often includes high-resolution digital images generated by microscopes and other imaging technologies. In this blog post, I want to talk about one project that’s going on at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI), a research institute at the University of Utah.
Many storage vendors focus on what’s easiest to characterize in a system when they give you a quote, which is typically raw storage capacity. In this article, I’m going to talk about what’s not in the quote. The hidden costs of storage can be major expenses when it comes to actually running your data center.
The heart of all continuous improvement efforts boils down to this: inspect and adapt. Feedback is the easiest way to inspect any improvement effort through seeking it out; “hey, I’m working on improving this thing, how am I doing?”
Most of the file-based storage vendors started nearly 20 years ago, long before many of the technology trends dominating the modern enterprise. Read this post from EMEA Technical Director Stefan Radtke to find out how QF2 is bringing a modern approach to file storage.
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