Accelerating Multi-Cloud Data Management and Storage – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 673

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Keeping track of data is a challenge that any enterprise needs to deal with. This isn’t just because of the amount of data generated by users, applications, and devices. It’s also because of how data is distributed. Organizations today often grapple with an IT footprint that spreads across the globe. Data and applications often cross borders, time zones, and oceans, and getting a clear picture of data use and activity is often beyond the scope of a single IT professional, or even a traditional IT department.

Geoff Tudor is the Vice President of at Panzura. provides a single, consistent view of an organization’s data wherever it is on Earth, as well as a unified view of their application activity. By integrating machine learning to detect anomalous activity and potential breaches, improves security and ease of use. All of this requires immense computational power with high throughput. Panzura manages this with a container-based infrastructure and a highly efficient storage layer. A key part of that storage layer is Intel Optane DC persistent memory, which allows Panzura to deliver their services quickly, flexibly, and within a cost structure that works for their customers.

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