How can you use distributed storage to secure your data?
- Guillaume Delaporte (OpenIO)
- Adrien Badina (2CRSI)
The volume of data we store is growing exponentially. We produce more and more data, from the tools that manufacture products in factories to the fitness trackers that count our steps, not to mention all the emails we send and the photos we take.
No matter how valuable this data is, it is essential that it be secure, and always accessible when we want. The only solution is to store multiple copies of this data on always-on servers.
Distributed storage is a software process that provides a great deal of flexibility in infrastructure, enhancing data security, and lowering acquisition and maintenance costs. In addition, using multiple servers allows data to be processed on the storage platform, using the processing resources available on the devices.
How do you build a system like this? How do you implement distributed storage? How do you manage the software? We cover all of these topics and more in our workshop.
- Visit the workshop where you will learn how to build a server
- Presentation of existing storage solutions (hardware and software) to secure your data
- Technical workshop: learn how to install distributed storage software and see a demonstration of fault resistance