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In this presentation, Molly Rector from Spectra Logic introduces the company's new Deep Storage vision. Following that, Brian Granger discusses the built-in intelligence that the company is leveraging ...

In this presentation, Molly Rector from Spectra Logic introduces the company's new Deep Storage vision. Following that, Brian Granger discusses the built-in intelligence that the company is leveraging in its existing storage devices.

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    Deep Storage Vision from Spectra Logic Deep Storage Vision from Spectra Logic Presentation Transcript

    • Deep  Storage:   Enabling  the  Disrup4ve  Thinkers  in   Your  Organiza4on  
    • What  is  a  disrup4ve  technology?   •  Clayton  Christensen,  “Disrup(ve  Technologies:   Catching  the  Wave”   •  New  technology  disrupts…   •  Old  technology  diminishes…  
    • What  is  a  disrup4ve  user?  
    • Why  the  need  for  deep  storage  –  really?   •  By  2020  the  Digital  Universe  will  hold  40  ZeLabytes   •  In  2012  68%  of  informa4on  was  created  and   consumed  by  individuals…   •  More  informa4on  is  being  created  about  individuals   than  they  are  crea4ng  themselves    A  new  genera)on  of  technologies  and  architectures,  designed    to  economically  extract  value  from  very  large  volumes  of  a   wide  variety  of  data  by  enabling  high-­‐velocity  capture,   discovery  and  analysis.   Source:    IDC,  The  Digital  Universe  in  2020,  December  2012  
    • Why  keep  all  that  data?   Predic4ve!     Data  growth  is  not  being  driven  by  the  need  to  restore   the  past…  It’s  all  about  predic4ng  the  future   •  Correla4on  is  King   •  “What”  more  than  “Why”   •  No-­‐delete  data  policies   •  n  =  All      
    • Correla4on  is  King   •  Running  analy4cs  against  a  data  set  in  order  to   understand  correla4ons   Trading  “Why”  for  “What”       What  will   What   Why   Happen   Happened?   Next?   •  N  =  All   •  This  is  the  use  model  driving  the  Digital  Revolu4on,   and  our  technologies  must  follow                                                
    • Welcome  to  our  world…  
    • Deep  Storage  –  what  is  it  exactly?   •  Deep  storage  is  extremely  low-­‐cost,  power  efficient   and  dense  storage  for  data  that  does  not  need   immediate  access.     •  Deep  storage  is  accessed  over  open  interfaces  such  as   REST  interfaces  and  web  protocols.     •  Data  in  deep  storage  is  stored  as  objects  that  are  self-­‐ describing  and  wriLen  in  an  open  file  format.    
    • Object  Store  vs.  File  System   •  Intent  of  File  Systems   •  Hierarchical  vs.  Flat   •  Metadata  
    • File  Systems  are  “Nested”   •  Invented  30  years  ago   •  Much  overhead  to:   –  Allow  concurrent  access   –  Allow  read  &  write   •  Focus  on  “loca4on”  vs.   “content”   •  Great  for  real  4me  sharing   and  edi4ng  or  processing   •  Limita4ons  on  scaling,   indexing  and  searching  
    • Object  Stores  are  “Flat”  vs.  Hierarchical   Like  files,  objects  contain  data   Unlike  files,  objects  are  not  stored  in  hierarchy    
    • Each  object  has  a  unique  object  ID     •  Physical  loca4on  of  the  data  no  longer  maLers   •  Objects  can  be  moved  across  the  storage  pools  among  one   or  mul4ple  4ers   •  Data  can  be  stored  or  copied  within  an  Object  Store  thus   elimina4ng  the  need  to  con4nually  back  it  up    
    • Metadata  and  physical  data  are  separated     Enables  search,  mining,   and  analy4cs  of  billions   of  objects  without   touching  physical  media       Metadata  
    • Cools  things  you  get  with  Deep  Storage…   •  REST  Interface   –  Move  bulk  data  easily  with  a  modern  interface  &  sokware  clients   •  Persistent   –  Keep  data  forever,  auto-­‐migrate  across  formats  over  4me   •  Cost  Effec4ve   –  A  frac4on  of  the  cost  of  disk,  save  budget  $$  for  other  projects   •  Efficient   –  Significantly  reduce  floor  space,  power  and  cooling  costs   •  Secure  &  Reliable   –  Data  will  always  be  readable  and  only  by  the  right  people   •  Easy  to  integrate/deploy   –  No  storage  experts  needed,  significant  4me  and  OPEX  savings    
    • Deep  Storage  Markets   Internet  Services   Web  2.0  ,  Public  Cloud   Private  Cloud   Deep/Long  Term  Storage  Records,   Data  Warehousing   Life  Sciences   BioIT,  Genomics,  Pharma     Media  &  Entertainment   Film,  TV,  Music,  Broadcas4ng,  Publishing   Federal  &  State  Government   AcEve  Archive   Intelligence,  Surveillance,  Security   Offload  Primary  Storage   Big  Data  AnalyEcs   Oil  &  Gas   Hadoop   Seismic  image  processing  
    • The  Tipping  Point   •  Encryp4on   •  Media  Lifecycle  Management   •  Drive  Lifecycle  Management   •  Data  Integrity  Verifica4on   –  PreScan   –  QuickScan   –  PostScan