Better insight from deep learning requires large datasets.
HubStor’s intelligent cloud data management avoids overloading your AI-ready infrastructure with high-velocity, long-tail workloads.
Teams under-estimate the storage and data management complexity that comes at the end of the AI workflow. Your powerful servers become overloaded with large-scale datasets. This data is important, but not all of it needs to reside on your primary storage tier all of the time. Manage your storage intelligently with HubStor by keeping this data intact to your AI/ML infrastructure without adding layers of complexity.
“One of our clients in life sciences was struggling with storage and data management. Several genomic sequencers output more than 30 million files per week. We evaluated 12 products and they did not scale for this velocity of data. HubStor is the only solution with an intelligent hybrid-cloud approach for large-scale AI/ML workloads.”
HubStor protects and manages ultra-high velocity and high-volume AI/ML workloads. Unlike products that add another layer of infrastructure and then struggle to scale, HubStor is a lightweight extension of your high-performance storage delivering data protection, tiering, cloud optimization, and agile data recovery at any scale.
HubStor’s approach to cloud data management is unique because it achieves powerful simplicity through a pure software approach — no appliance to manage. In the cloud, HubStor runs as fully-managed Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) isolated to your organization so that you can focus on what matters. On-premises and at the edge, HubStor delivers continuous data protection, data virtualization, and agile recovery features that change the game from this point forward.
HubStor’s analytics and tiering policies make it easy to determine the optimal storage tier for items in the cloud too — based on last accessed, file type, folder locations, access rights, data ownership — all within the same storage account.
"HubStor lets you pay only for what you use and pull it out without a penalty if you don't want to use it anymore. That's pretty unusual because vendors normally are looking to lock people in. They're [HubStor] trying to help you minimize the volume of data stuffed into your high-cost primary storage by using policies to manage it out to Azure."