DreamWorks using HP cloud to build global collaboration infrastructure

DreamWorks using HP cloud to build global collaboration infrastructure

Summary: DreamWorks Animation is deploying a joint solution from HP Cloud Services and Panzura’s Global Cloud Storage System to develop its own global collaboration infrastructure.

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DreamWorks Animation is tapping into the cloud to develop a robust collaboration infrastructure to encourage and faciliate innovation throughout all of its offices worldwide.

Thus, the Hollywood studio is working out a hybrid cloud platform of its own with help from Hewlett-Packard and Panzura.

Panzura’s Global Cloud Storage System is intended to bring local, network-attached storage features to a globally distributed network of sites within an enterprise. The system is also boasted to deliver the full features, performance and security of local NAS with complete cloud integration.

The addition of HP Cloud Services will also draw in public cloud infrastructure services. HP will also have to figure in DreamWorks' existing on-premise HP IBRIX Storage systems.

Being that HP Cloud Services is a component of the company's Converged Cloud, which was introduced this past spring for enterprise customers with hybrid cloud environments, HP boasts that it is already capable of handling interoperability and portability across public, private and managed clouds.

Thus, according to HP, the goal is to produce "a combined enterprise-class storage system allows low-cost, distributed NAS, active archiving, and robust, tapeless data protection plus disaster recovery."

But for DreamWorks, the ultimate objective is to enable production teams across studios worldwide with an efficient cloud-based data storage platform that enables them to collaborate and produce content faster.

Topics: Cloud, Hewlett-Packard

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  • This is a blog/article?

    I get the impression that this is nothing but an advertisement, probably copied intact from company press releases. There is no independent analysis or even an opinion on the subject.
    Doc.Savage