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In this slidecast, Joseph Lynn and Linda Thomson from Tarmin describe the features on the company's new release of GridBank. ...

In this slidecast, Joseph Lynn and Linda Thomson from Tarmin describe the features on the company's new release of GridBank.

"Tarmin's Data Defined Storage delivers a massively scalable, transparent and unified approach for consistent data retention, search, policy and security across cloud and traditional storage infrastructure. Tarmin delivers its proprietary GridBank Data Management Platform, the industry's first purpose built data management architecture with a comprehensive data management capability."

Learn more: http://www.tarmin.com
Watch the video presentation: http://inside-bigdata.com/2013/12/09/slidecast-introducing-gridbank-4-0-tarmin/

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Tarmin GridBank 4.0 Podcast Tarmin GridBank 4.0 Podcast Presentation Transcript

  • Tarmin Overview Introducing GridBank 4.0 Joseph Lynn, VP Marketing Linda Thomson, Director of Marketing Where  Data  Defines  Value.™
  • Tarmin. Where Data Defines Value. About Tarmin • Founded in 2007 • Corporate Headquarters: Boston, London • Pioneer of Data Defined Storage • Premier offering: GridBank Data Management Platform © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 2
  • IT Budget Shortfall Market Dynamics Market Dynamics • Vast Data Growth • Stagnant IT Budgets • Increasing Shortfall IT Budgets Cost of Storage/TB 2011 © 2013 Tarmin Inc. © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. 2012 2013 2014 Company Confidential 2015 3 3 View slide
  • Unstructured Data Challenges Data Growth • Exponential unstructured data growth driving increased cost and management overheads Data Silos • Limited access to data between business units, locations & hardware Data Risk • Increasingly stringent regulatory & legal compliance mandates Data Protection • Multiple solutions required for data disaster prevention, retention, disposal & immutability Data Discovery • Restricted search capability across massively complex data repositories Data Value © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. • Storage is seen as a cost center versus a strategic business enabler Company Confidential 4 View slide
  • How Are Organizations Coping? Adding NAS storage devices Selecting deployment of point products Underground Archiving Spread data across tiers & silos How Are Customers Coping? Manually migrating data to the cloud © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Manually deleting files Duplicating storage product deployments Company Confidential 5
  • Traditional Data Storage Architecture Application Tier Application Servers Big Data Applications 3rd Party Apps Information Tier Information Servers Information Servers Information Servers Metadata Metadata Metadata Storage Tier Private/Public Clouds © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. SAN Company Confidential DAS 6
  • Data Defined Storage Architecture Application Tier Application Servers Big Data Applications 3rd Party Apps Information Tier Information Services Security Services Metadata Services Data Defined Storage Data Centric Management Media Independent Data Storage Distributed Metadata Repository Data Security & Identity Management © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 7
  • GridBank Feature Set Reduce TCO • Optimize Data Storage & Limit Volume Growth • Reduce TCO with Data Consolidation • Evade Data Silos with Media Independence Mitigate Risk • Information Governance for Compliance • End-to-End Data Protection & Mobility • High Availability Global Replication & BYOD Grow Business Potential • Enterprise-Wide Unified Search & e-Discovery • On Demand Data Access for Enhanced Agility • Maximize Return on Data with Big Analytics © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 8
  • GridBank 4.0 Increasing Flexibility • • • • Full support for Enterprise Linux operating systems CDMI, OpenStack & S3 API for cloud applications Support for 3rd party clients - Sync & Share REST API Enterprise LTFS support Increasing Performance • Enterprise Object Storage - improved random access • Performance profiling & migration for pools and tiers © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 9
  • GridBank 4.0 Expanding Data Capture & Accessibility • • • • Social Media REST API supports ALL social media Integration & support for Outlook Web App (OWA) Offline email support & PST Management Support for healthcare industry formats Adding Value to Data • Post processing tagging & policies • SMI-S integration & support • Windows search capability © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 10
  • Rapidly Growing Technology and Channel Partnerships Technology Partners • • • • Disk: IBM and more Cloud – S3, OpenStack Any tape library Servers: IBM, HP, Dell Rapidly Growing Channel • Ingram Micro • EOH • NAS © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Eurotech OCF BMR Company Confidential 11
  • Key Benefits by Vertical Oil & Gas Industry Healthcare Sector Financial Services Life Sciences Education & Science Simplify GIS Data Workflow Information Governance Regulatory Compliance Tamper-Proof Retention Cheap & Deep Storage Integrate GeoScience Discovery Ensure Confidentiality Highly Available Information Legal Preparedness Public Data Availability Improve Storage Performance Enhance Patient Outcomes Secure Records from Misuse Faster TimeTo-Market Unstructured HPC Analytics © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 12
  • Client TCO Benefits Cost point DDS Advantage Saving $/TB cost of storage Lower cost through storage optimization 20-30% Storage footprint Dedupe & compression 50-80% Power, space & cooling Higher TB/floor tile ratio 25-50% Effective utilization of disk Increased utilization reduces wasted space 20-50% FTE’s/TB Simpler, unified management interface 20-75% e-Discovery Federated enterprise-wide search 85%+ © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 13
  • Testimonials "The  rapid  growth  of  our  company  is  generating  more  and  more  data…   GridBank allows us to store and protect our G&G data and create a platform  for  improving  business  efficiency  while  reducing  TCO“ • David Edwards, Group Head of Information Systems, Premier Oil, Plc. “After  a  thorough  evaluation,  we  have  determined  that  data  centricity   is instrumental to our success in meeting the ESPRC expectations and  providing  easy  collaboration  around  research  data.”   • Richard Christie, Assistant Director for Research, IT Services, QMUL "The object platform industry is just getting started in capturing a bigger piece of the scale-out  unstructured  data  storage…  opportunity,   which  IDC  has  forecast  will  be  worth  $27  billion  by  2017  and  is…   becoming known as the "data-defined  storage"  market.“ • Ashish Nadkarni, Research Director, Storage Systems, IDC © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 14
  • GridBank 4.0 Value Map Data Centric Management • Takes a single, holistic, comprehensive view & approach • Manages application-based data across large, distributed locations • Provides big unstructured data insight & analytics integration Consolidates Data Data Governance Monetizes Data Massively Scalable Architecture Protects Data Improves Business Agility Reduced TCO Enforces Compliance Drives Revenue Growth Enhanced Operational Efficiencies Reduces Business Risk Increases Competitive Advantage © 2013 Tarmin Inc. © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. Company Confidential 15 15
  • Thank You! www.tarmin.com Where  Data  Defines  Value.™ © 2013 Tarmin, Inc. All rights reserved. Tarmin, Inc., GridBank, Store. Control. Understand., Where Data Defines Value., and the Where Data Defines Value. logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tarmin, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Tarmin, Inc. makes no warranties, expressed or implied, by operation of law or otherwise, relating to this document, the products or the computer software programs described herein. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Tarmin, Inc. assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear. All other trade names, trademarks, registered trademarks and service marks used and mentioned in this document are the rightful property of their respective owners