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
Recently, Analytics Insight published an article interviewing Shahbaz Ali on Tarmin and how GridBank is transforming enterprises. The article goes on to highlight how disruptive technologies are impacting todays innovation, and how businesses can extract value from their data, simply and efficiently.
In a recent press release, issued by WISeKey International Holding Ltd, a Swiss based cyber security and IoT company, today announced a strategic partnership with Tarmin that will utilize GridBank Data Management Platform, integrated with WISeBox to deliver the best of breed cyber security solutions, ensuring users that all digital communication and sensitive content is delivered to the intended parties safely and securely.
In a recent article published by XploreIT, Shahbaz Ali, President and CEO of Tarmin, discusses how cloud computing technology is the lifeblood that runs through most enterprises today. The article goes on to discuss how the cloud has removed many of the barriers to entry, driving business agility, reducing complexities and re-shaping the way businesses engage, therefore it is imperative to understand how cloud can impact and drive your business forward.
In a recent TV Technology article, Karl Paulsen explores how the continual grown in data creation is driving the enterprise and its users to transition their storage strategies beyond traditional file and block level storage. He highlights how Data Defined Storage is new storage paradigm that is gaining increased attention as systems move to the third platform.
The Taneja Group published an article on how to unbury the meaningful information from your storage infrastructures. Vendors like Tarmin, are leading the way towards the new era of data-aware storage, which understands more about the content and attributes of the data stored, provides real-time analytics, delivers on demand data accessibility, archiving, and other advanced data services as well as leverages open and accessible APIs to enable a rich ecosystem of integrated applications.
Tarmin was featured in a recent article published by The Register’s Chris Mellor which highlights GridBank’s expansive functionality including retention, search, policy-based compliance, analytics, replication, encryption, compression, data deduplication, file sync and share and disaster recovery. The article touches on Tarmin’s enterprise software GridBank, which he describes as an object storage system with a data management system layer on top to provide single and all-embracing access to an enterprises secondary data.
CIO Review published an article written by Shahbaz Ali, CEO of Tarmin, which discusses organizations transitioning to the cloud. Cloud is about accelerating access to data, anytime, anywhere, enabling a revolution of new business models capitalizing on big data analytics, mobile and social technologies. Tarmin simplifies the complex web of systems to make this possible by delivering a single data centric solution to meet all requirements.
In a recent TechTarget article, Rich Castagna discusses how yesterday’s data storage tools are ill-equipped to handle today’s data storage needs but with the help of vendors like Tarmin, smarter storage has arrived. The article touches on Tarmin’s Data Defined Storage approach, specifically highlighting GridBank’s global namespace and policy operated processes like data tiering, archiving, retention and encryption.
In a special guest feature, Shahbaz Ali of Tarmin highlights how data centric approaches to big data storage enable enterprises to make better sense of the world. Ali discusses how organizations are no longer storing data merely to look back in history, they are analyzing it to predict the future and make real time business decisions that will grant them a sustainable competitive advantage.
Information Management recently published an article by Shahbaz Ali, which discusses how organizations who implement a data-driven culture are gaining an edge over the competition. These organizations are able to innovate quicker, anticipate the needs of customers, and are continuously improving the next generation or products to better suit their needs and drive significant incremental revenue over the competition.
TechTarget has published an article which uncovers the data centric methodology and elaborates on how organizations can organize and capitalize on the massive amounts of data they collect every day. The article goes on to highlight how to derive business value from data, turning indexed data and metadata into useful information, tagging data and defining its purpose, and locating data in the event of litigation.
Tarmin has been named to The Channel Company’s 2015 CRN Emerging Vendors List. The annual list features up-and-coming technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products, creating opportunities for channel partners in North America to create high-margin, cutting-edge solutions for their customers. Members of this year’s list were chosen by CRN editors based on ongoing feedback throughout the year regarding channel influence, innovation, and business sales impact.
Tarmin has been included in Gartner’s Annual Hype Cycle Report which evaluates technologies in terms of their business impact, adoption rate and maturity level. Tarmin was included in the Object Storage section, that offers high benefits is still at a developing maturity level with 5-20% of target audience penetration, suggesting continued growth potential. Other GridBank use cases, such as enterprise information archiving, are more established with 20-50% audience penetration and are moving into the early mainstream.
ESG released a Market Landscape Report on Object Storage and included Tarmin as one of the proprietary software-based object storage solutions available. The report highlights Tarmin’s policy-driven movement and tiering capabilities, its ability to quickly search and retrieve data, the granularity of control including WORM on the object level, its cloud integration, multi-tenancy support, and GridBank’s integration into Hadoop environments.
IBM published an e-guide explaining data-aware storage, and why storage technologies are making the shift from data-dumb to data-aware. The article highlights Tarmin as one of the companies spearheading this change, by deploying Data Defined Storage, which takes a unique approach and applys data-aware methods to solve business issues while also creating business value. The e-guide describes how data-aware storage is not only possible but already delivering benefits to customers by reducing management costs, improving business insights and reducing risk.
Today, IT storage infrastructure is smarter about the data it holds. In a recent TechTarget article, Data-aware technologies are explored, including Tarmin GridBank’s content indexing and search functionality, which includes indexing all of the content into a metadata repository to power search capabilities, allowing organizations to derive value out of data that might otherwise lie dormant. Metadata helps storage infrastructures intelligently distribute data based on its business value.
TechTarget published a recent article that highlights how storage today is relatively dumb; we can extract insights but it takes a myriad of tools and heavy lifting to get some meaningful information out of storage. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be this way. Tarmin is recognized as being data-aware, a concept that reduces management costs, improves business insights and reduces risks.
Join Tarmin on June 23rd at 12:00pm EST for a fast-pace and informative 60-minute roundtable webinar as Tarmin discusses one of the newest trends in storage: Data-Aware Storage with a panel of experts from The Taneja Group. Tarmin is recognized as one of the “up and coming” storage companies that have uncovered the importance of data-awareness by providing storage systems that can analyze, index, comply and make storage more intelligent while operating in real-time without compromising primary storage capability.
Tarmin was recently included in an InfoStor article where they discuss the challenges of managing unstructured data and uncovering dark data, or less visible data to gain business value efficiently and cost effectively based on the data’s characteristics. Tarmin is highlighted for delivering highly scalable, data-aware capabilities and content-based metadata indexing to distributed commodity storage.
Tarmin was featured in a recent InfoStor article written by Jeff Kato, Senior Analyst at The Taneja Group. The article explores data-aware storage, also known as data defined storage, and recognizes Tarmin as one of the storage vendors at the forefront of this new data era that solves very real business storage challenges including providing insights, reducing risks, improving governance and automating storage management.
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