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Burst To The Public Cloud To Expand Your Rendering Power

Yannick Guillerm October 30, 2018 file system, file systems, cloud, file services, Google, GCP, NAS, rendering, render

VFX and Animation rendering is used to build scenes in pretty much every movie we watch on the big screen today! From just a few VFX scenes to a full length animation movie, major studios and VFX...

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Announcing Elastifile v2.7

Jerome McFarland July 16, 2018 NAS, file system, file services, Public Cloud, Data Storage, hybrid cloud

Today, we are proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Elastifile version 2.7. This new version further strengthens our pioneering, cloud-native, file storage solution and makes...

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Bursting NetApp Volumes to the Cloud? Avoid this Common Error.

The resource elasticity of public clouds offers unique opportunities for enterprises to increase efficiency and gain economic benefit by bursting their workloads to the cloud on demand.  EDA, Life...

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File Systems 101: Objects, Namespaces, and Paths

Over the years, I’ve found that customers and partners often have basic questions about the architecture, inner workings, and capabilities of file systems. As a result, I thought it might be...

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Dialing In Cloud Storage "Cost vs. Performance" with Elastifile v3.0 and ClearTier

The enterprise appetite for cloud is rapidly evolving from a focus on SaaS adoption, cross-collaboration, and disaster recovery into a desire to leverage the bleeding-edge and elastic resources...

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DAC 2018, eSilicon, and Bursting EDA to the Cloud

Today is the first day of the 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC), one of the leading events in the semiconductor design and manufacturing industry. As discussed in a previous blog, the...

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File Systems 101: Soft Links and Hard Links

In a prior blog, I covered the basics of file system objects, namespaces, and paths. In the associated examples, each file was accessed from a single name entry in the namespace. While this is a...

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Elastifile at Google Cloud Next '18

Jerome McFarland July 18, 2018 Public Cloud, file services, file system, NAS, containers, kubernetes, Google, GCP

The Elastifile team is gearing up for an exciting week at Google Cloud Next ‘18!

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File & Object Integration Options

Before I discuss file and object integration options, I will first explain why such integration is important. I see this integration as part of the evolving storage tiering model covered in this...

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Can 9 AI’s Make a Baby in 1 Month? The Surprising Financial Impact of Cloud on your Project

Although it always seems that many questions need to be asked before starting a project, in reality, they all boil down to one very simple Yes/No question…

Should we do it?

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Burst To The Public Cloud To Expand Your Rendering Power

Yannick Guillerm October 30, 2018 file system, file systems, cloud, file services, Google, GCP, NAS, rendering, render

VFX and Animation rendering is used to build scenes in pretty much every movie we watch on the big screen today! From just a few VFX scenes to a full length animation movie, major studios and VFX...

Read more>>

Elastifile at Google Cloud Next '18

Jerome McFarland July 18, 2018 Public Cloud, file services, file system, NAS, containers, kubernetes, Google, GCP

The Elastifile team is gearing up for an exciting week at Google Cloud Next ‘18!

Read more>>

DAC 2018, eSilicon, and Bursting EDA to the Cloud

Today is the first day of the 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC), one of the leading events in the semiconductor design and manufacturing industry. As discussed in a previous blog, the...

Read more>>

Bursting NetApp Volumes to the Cloud? Avoid this Common Error.

The resource elasticity of public clouds offers unique opportunities for enterprises to increase efficiency and gain economic benefit by bursting their workloads to the cloud on demand.  EDA, Life...

Read more>>

Can 9 AI’s Make a Baby in 1 Month? The Surprising Financial Impact of Cloud on your Project

Although it always seems that many questions need to be asked before starting a project, in reality, they all boil down to one very simple Yes/No question…

Should we do it?

Read more>>

Dialing In Cloud Storage "Cost vs. Performance" with Elastifile v3.0 and ClearTier

The enterprise appetite for cloud is rapidly evolving from a focus on SaaS adoption, cross-collaboration, and disaster recovery into a desire to leverage the bleeding-edge and elastic resources...

Read more>>

Announcing Elastifile v2.7

Jerome McFarland July 16, 2018 NAS, file system, file services, Public Cloud, Data Storage, hybrid cloud

Today, we are proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Elastifile version 2.7. This new version further strengthens our pioneering, cloud-native, file storage solution and makes...

Read more>>

File & Object Integration Options

Before I discuss file and object integration options, I will first explain why such integration is important. I see this integration as part of the evolving storage tiering model covered in this...

Read more>>

File Systems 101: Soft Links and Hard Links

In a prior blog, I covered the basics of file system objects, namespaces, and paths. In the associated examples, each file was accessed from a single name entry in the namespace. While this is a...

Read more>>

File Systems 101: Objects, Namespaces, and Paths

Over the years, I’ve found that customers and partners often have basic questions about the architecture, inner workings, and capabilities of file systems. As a result, I thought it might be...

Read more>>

Burst To The Public Cloud To Expand Your Rendering Power

Yannick Guillerm October 30, 2018 file system, file systems, cloud, file services, Google, GCP, NAS, rendering, render

VFX and Animation rendering is used to build scenes in pretty much every movie we watch on the big screen today! From just a few VFX scenes to a full length animation movie, major studios and VFX...

Read more>>

Dialing In Cloud Storage "Cost vs. Performance" with Elastifile v3.0 and ClearTier

The enterprise appetite for cloud is rapidly evolving from a focus on SaaS adoption, cross-collaboration, and disaster recovery into a desire to leverage the bleeding-edge and elastic resources...

Read more>>

Elastifile at Google Cloud Next '18

Jerome McFarland July 18, 2018 Public Cloud, file services, file system, NAS, containers, kubernetes, Google, GCP

The Elastifile team is gearing up for an exciting week at Google Cloud Next ‘18!

Read more>>

Announcing Elastifile v2.7

Jerome McFarland July 16, 2018 NAS, file system, file services, Public Cloud, Data Storage, hybrid cloud

Today, we are proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Elastifile version 2.7. This new version further strengthens our pioneering, cloud-native, file storage solution and makes...

Read more>>

DAC 2018, eSilicon, and Bursting EDA to the Cloud

Today is the first day of the 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC), one of the leading events in the semiconductor design and manufacturing industry. As discussed in a previous blog, the...

Read more>>

File & Object Integration Options

Before I discuss file and object integration options, I will first explain why such integration is important. I see this integration as part of the evolving storage tiering model covered in this...

Read more>>

Bursting NetApp Volumes to the Cloud? Avoid this Common Error.

The resource elasticity of public clouds offers unique opportunities for enterprises to increase efficiency and gain economic benefit by bursting their workloads to the cloud on demand.  EDA, Life...

Read more>>

File Systems 101: Soft Links and Hard Links

In a prior blog, I covered the basics of file system objects, namespaces, and paths. In the associated examples, each file was accessed from a single name entry in the namespace. While this is a...

Read more>>

Can 9 AI’s Make a Baby in 1 Month? The Surprising Financial Impact of Cloud on your Project

Although it always seems that many questions need to be asked before starting a project, in reality, they all boil down to one very simple Yes/No question…

Should we do it?

Read more>>

File Systems 101: Objects, Namespaces, and Paths

Over the years, I’ve found that customers and partners often have basic questions about the architecture, inner workings, and capabilities of file systems. As a result, I thought it might be...

Read more>>

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