The latest news articles, editorials, discussions and analyses on Tarmin, the GridBank Data Management Platform and its successes across the dynamic Data Defined Storage, data management and big data markets
At The Storage, Virtualization, Clouds (SVC) Awards, Tarmin received the 2014 Big Data Storage Product of the Year Award for the Tarmin GridBank Data Management Platform, which delivers a fundamentally new way to store and manage big data. GridBank’s data centric approach unifies big data stores so organizations can lower costs, reduce risk and more easily transform information into actionable insights.
Cloud Computing featured an article on Tarmin discussing a data centric approach to managing data in the cloud. The article goes on to address how organizations should approach their transition to the cloud, rather than starting with storage and then defining how your data needs to fit, start with data, and then define what the storage needs to look like based on that data.
Tarmin has been selected as a 2014 Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Award finalist in the Big Data Storage Product of the Year category. The awards reward the products, projects and services as well as honors the companies and teams operating in the cloud, virtualization and storage sectors. Winners are selected by popular vote from the general public, voting is open until November 6th.
The Storage Newsletter featured an article on Tarmin joining the Object Storage Alliance as a founding member. The trends in unstructured data are challenging organizations to find new, innovative approaches to storing and accessing data, and GridBank incorporates object storage technologies combined with a data centric approach to deliver business value from massive amounts of unstructured data
The Storage Newsletter featured the launch of the Object Storage Alliance in a recent article which highlights the eighteen founding members, and the mission of the alliance. The article goes on to elaborate on Object Storage and how the alliance was formed to drive business decisions, gain insights and maximize the business value of information.
Tarmin has joined the Object Storage Alliance as a founding member, to promote advanced technologies that enable informed decisions, insight and information innovation. The trends in unstructured data are challenging organizations to find new, innovative approaches to storing and accessing data, and as a member of the alliance, Tarmin will help to educate the market on the benefits and best practice for these advanced technologies. Through its GridBank Data Management Platform, built on enterprise object storage, organizations can effortlessly meet the performance and scalability needs required to manage massive unstructured data growth.
Tarmin is among one of the founding technology partners who have launched the Object Storage Alliance, whose goal is to promote advanced technologies that allow organization to drive informed decisions, glean insights and maximize the business value of their information. The Object Storage Alliance is a collaborative vendor-neutral industry alliance that offers best practices and education on technologies that enable informed decisions, insight and information innovation.
Tarmin has been awarded with the Silver award in the Innovative Company of the Year category, and the Gold award in the Storage Service category in the 2014 Golden Bridge Awards. The winners were selected by more than 40 judges from a broad spectrum of industry voices from around the world. Winners were honored during an awards dinner and presentation on September 8th, 2014 in San Francisco.
Infostor article provides important tips on how to implement object storage. It warns organizations to choose carefully, noting Shahbaz Ali’s advice to understand how object storage providers address requirements for mobile users, networking and applications, and how their approaches impact the complexity and cost of implementations. He goes on to suggest that organizations explore solutions like Data Defined Storage that simplify the process and meet all necessary requirements with a single software application.
Tarmin announced today an industry storage report from Gigaom Research. The report highlights the benefits of a data centric approach to storage that allows organizations to unlock the value of data, consistently apply data governance policies and harness all unstructured data across the entire enterprise estate for big data analytics application.
Enterprise Storage Forum published an Object Storage Buying Guide that features Tarmin. The guide mentions several vendors and definitions of object storage across the storage landscape, including GridBank, which goes beyond the basic technology components of many object storage products to create a single integrated data centric management architecture.
Tarmin has been selected as a two category finalist for the 2014 Golden Bridge Awards in the Storage Service, and Innovative Company of the Year categories. The coveted award program encompasses the world’s best in organizational performance, products and services, innovations, executives and management teams from all over the world. Winners will be honored in San Francisco on September 8th during the 6th annual awards dinner and presentations.
Wall Street and Tech recently published an article on Tarmin’s survey of 350 IT managers. The article highlights the overwhelming challenge and financial strain executive’s face while managing their rapid growth of data. The article goes on to suggest that while the cost of storing data is trending downward, it doesn’t keep up with the rate of data growth, and organizations must look for new and innovative ways to address this issue.
Tarmin has been recognized as one of the 2014’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT Channel. The award identifies up-and-coming technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products, creating opportunities for channel partners in North America to create high-value, cutting-edge solutions for their customers.
Tarmin has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 Capital Finance International Oil & Gas Awards in the ‘Most Secure Data Storage – Global 2014’ category. The Oil & Gas Awards is based on innovation, implementation of sustainability, financial performance, market leadership, transparency, stakeholder engagement, customer satisfaction and strength of nomination and recognizes the very highest levels of achievement in the industry.
Cheque Your Data Value Barclays is experimenting with a new technology to allow customers to deposit cheques via a digital image. While the benefits of this technology are tremendous, including dramatically improving convenience for customers, there are also security, regulatory and technology challenges for retail banks to consider. Discover how Shahbaz addresses this innovation and uncovers what’s in store for FinTech in a recent article published by Business Money.
Global Banking and Financial Review recently published Tarmin’s research article ‘IT Managers Struggle to Manage The Data Deluge with Inadequate Budgets’. The research concludes that most organizations are required to do more with less, and as such are feeling the pressure of rampant data growth combined with the constraints placed on IT Managers and primarily lack of budget.
Recent research from Tarmin, concludes that c-suite executives lack understanding for the data storage challenge, and the pressures put on IT managers faced with the arduous task of managing the exponential data with inadequate budgets. Furthermore, research shows that nearly 1/3 of firms stated that achieving Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) rules takes 12+ months.
Tech Page One published an article, ‘Building Big Data Storage’, which discusses how the amount of data businesses are producing, collecting and managing is only going to grow. The article goes on to suggest that businesses should keep a close eye on the dynamic storage landscape, including three newer storage technologies: object storage, software-defined storage, and Data Defined Storage.
The Science 2.0 article, Hidden Benefit To The ACA: It May Help Bring Science 2.0 To Pass, included a blog post on the implications healthcare providers, and the vendors who service them, to handle the accelerated development of tools that can address the data deluge of patient, and provider information. The article mentions that software-defined storage infrastructures have gotten healthcare providers to where they are today, but the future of Science 2.0 may be with data defined storage techniques.
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