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The Math is Undeniable: Splunk SmartStore Savings Add Up

Splunk’s recent blog describing Splunk Enterprise 7.2 with Smart Store states that the new data management model “makes it incredibly cost efficient to achieve longer data retention at scale”. As a provider of storage which is compatible with Splunk SmartStore, SwiftStack is being asked by Splunk users to help quantify these cost savings. What does […]

Building a Storage Foundation for the Next Wave of Splunk Data Growth

SwiftStack integrates with Splunk Enterprise SwiftStack’s largest customers, spanning many industries, use our storage technology in a highly similar fashion. They have applications and devices that generate reams of data which lands on SwiftStack and is run through multiple sets of analyses to produce a meaningful business result. Pharmaceutical companies use SwiftStack to create more […]

Cisco Live 2018: Top 3 Market Developments Since Last Year’s Conference

As Cisco Live 2018 approaches, it’s a good time to reflect on what’s happened in the scale-out storage market (and with the Cisco UCS & SwiftStack solution)over the past 12 months. To do so, it’s helpful to note some of the broader industry context: major business publications are covering how data intelligence is reshaping many industries, […]

Vizrt and SwiftStack: Lead-up to NAB2018

It’s been almost three years since news first broke of SwiftStack and Vizrt’s partnership around the goal to modernize the storage side of common media workflows and almost 18 months since we first demonstrated the fruits of that initial labor together.  As Vizrt’s then-Chief Commercial Officer said, “Beyond basic toolset integration, we see strategic collaborative […]

NAB 2018 – Hybrik and SwiftStack Partnership Announcement

At NAB 2017, SwiftStack made a splash with its Cisco partnership showcasing what is possible with SwiftStack Multi-Cloud Data Management software—especially when coupled with an intelligent Media Asset Manager (like Vizrt’s Viz One) to orchestrate complex workflows and organize assets in SwiftStack and elsewhere.  One of the art-of-the-possible concepts we showed last year was how […]