Hiren Chandiramani

Introducing SwiftStack 4.0

I have now been with SwiftStack for a little over two months, and this is my first blog post…talking about the SwiftStack 4.0 release. Today at the OpenStack Summit in Austin, we announced SwiftStack 4.0. I am very excited about this release, not only because it is my first major release here at SwiftStack (yeah!), but […]

Erik Pounds

Simplify your backup environments with private cloud storage…now available for Veritas NetBackup

When a product makes it onto a compatibility list, it’s often not that interesting. Spending a majority of my career working on data protection solutions, this one is. Why? Because leading backup platforms, like Veritas NetBackup, now support object storage through the S3 and Swift APIs. The product I worked on for over 7 years […]

Joe Arnold

SwiftStack at Bio-IT World 2016

Speaking on behalf of the entire SwiftStack team that was at Bio-IT World, it was great seeing each and every one of you who took time to interact with us. The current energy in the life sciences space is more than exhilarating and that’s because we’re all  applying innovative technology to break through boundaries of […]

Erik Pounds

Ceph vs Swift…not a rivalry

A few years ago, I kept hearing casual conversations about Ceph vs Swift. “Ceph’s going to win out and Swift will fade.” “Ceph cannot be used to scale out cloud storage.” Some called it a rivalry. I found it funny considering very few enterprises were actually using either. Last time I checked, it’s a rivalry […]