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182 - Object Storage On-Premises Limitations

Season 4, episode 182
8 min / Published

Object Storage is hot for many years and we see several trends and waves in its development and maturity journey. Coldago Research has produced and published the only available timeline in the domain and helps users to identify players and directions. Beyond that, AWS S3, introduced in 2006, became a de-facto standard and provides impressive data durability levels. On-premises tried to mimic and clone this but failed to deliver the same level as it is essentially one site solutions. I explained all this in this episode, I hope you will enjoy it like others.

  • Object Storage
  • AWS
  • AWS S3
  • AES S3 API
  • S3
  • API
  • HTTP
  • Object
  • Secondary Storage
  • CAS
  • Content Addressable Storage
  • Content Aware Storage
  • Compliance
  • Archiving
  • DataCore
  • Caringo
  • DDN
  • Active Scale
  • Quantum
  • WDC
  • Western Digital
  • Spectra Logic
  • Exablox
  • StorageCraft
  • Bycast
  • Archivas
  • Evertrust
  • Permabit
  • FilePool
  • Coldago
  • Coldago Research
  • Cleversafe
  • IBM
  • Arcserve
  • Hedvig
  • Commvault
  • Amplidata
  • Storiant
  • Wasabi
  • Igneous
  • Rubrik
  • Veritas
  • Infinia
  • Erasure Coding
  • Replication
  • Cluster
  • Fujifilm
  • Graut Data
  • Nodeum
  • Point Software and Systems
  • Point
  • QStar
  • XenData
  • Versity
  • StrongLink
  • Diamondback
  • Huawei
  • MinIO
  • Pure Storage
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This episode is part of the Tech Talk series
The French Storage Podcast
A podcast by Ph. Nicolas
Data, Data Management and Storage
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