For over a decade Network Attached Storage (NAS) was the go to file storage device for organizations needing to store large amounts of unstructured data. But unstructured data is changing. While large file use cases are still prevalent, small file use cases are becoming more dominant. Workloads like artificial intelligence, analytics and IoT are typically driven by millions, if not billions of small files.
Object Storage is often hailed as the heir apparent but is it? Can file systems be redesigned to continue to support traditional NAS workloads while also supporting modern, small file and high velocity workloads? Join Storage Switzerland and Qumulo for our on demand webinar, “NAS vs. Object — Can NAS Make a Comeback,” to learn the state of unstructured data storage and if NAS file systems can provide a superior alternative to object storage.
Join us on demand to learn
- Why traditional NAS solutions fall short
- Why object storage systems haven’t replaced NAS
- How to bridge the gap by modernizing NAS file systems