For years, visual effects studio FuseFX used Amazon Web Services for cloud bursting for compute while keeping most of its storage on premises. FuseFX had several storage platforms, but none gave it the ability to scale without limits in the cloud, according CTO Jason Fotter.
Fotter finally found his AWS storage answer when Qumulo launched its File Fabric last September. Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) runs on premises and in AWS, allowing customers to replicate data between them to set up globally distributed storage clusters.
FuseFX has 300 employees in offices in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver. The studio mainly focuses on television shows such as The Tick, The Walking Dead and The Blacklist, and also provides effects for movies.
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