One of the challenges an administrator at a content company stumbles with when beginning to implement a MAM-based workflow with a tiered storage solution is which one to lead with. It’s almost like new dance partners stumbling over each other’s feet. Even in well-integrated solutions, where the MAM vendor has coded to the archive vendor’s APIs, there is room for conflict. Does one stick solely to the MAM software itself to drive the archival and retrieval of content to the repository? Or does one complement this with policies in the storage archive software itself to automate the archival? Folks in the Hollywood area have an opportunity to learn more about MAM, archive and workflow storage in a live demo event at MelroseMac’s offices on June 9 with BlackMagic Cameras, Cantemo and StorNext. Read on and RSVP for the event.
The enterprise has been at the center of IT innovation for many decades. With an emphasis on reliability, business continuity, security and ROI, the enterprise has challenged software and hardware vendors to continuously innovate to meet such high demands. Today, we are announcing three more cloud offerings: Q-Cloud Archive, Q-Cloud Vault and Q-Cloud Protect for AWS. We believe that the industry is witnessing a transformational shift in enterprise IT, and we are excited to enable customers to easily and seamlessly add cloud storage to their existing storage and collaboration workflows.
How do you back up your virtualized infrastructure? Do you even back it up at all? Virtualization brings forth new challenges and opportunities for backup and disaster recovery. Traditional methods are inefficient and difficult to use with virtualized infrastructure, and cloud solutions, while interesting, raise questions about complexity, risk, and cost. What if you could deploy a simple, low-risk, software only, Back Up as a Service model to your virtualized infrastructure at a compelling price?