Building a Petabyte Video Repository with Software-Defined Storage

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RTL II, a top German TV station, has over 2 petabytes of videos and creates over 200TB of new content a year. To meet growing market share, online video demand, and a planned move to 4K resolution, RTL II needed to dramatically improve their storage infrastructure performance, density, and efficiency. In this session from the Discovery Track at Streaming Media East 2015, you will learn how to evaluate software-defined storage versus traditional storage appliances. You will see the design and architecture of distributed storage software (Scality RING) on industry standard servers (HP ProLiant) over three sites, serving multiple applications and workloads in a single protected environment.

Speakers: Hans-Josef Lauer, Manager, IT Operations, RTL II; Leo Leung, VP, Corporate Marketing, Scality


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