Max Planck Institute Bad Nauheim
Case Study

The graphic shows how the Max Planck Institute operates HSM and ILM with PoINT Storage Manager.

Logo of the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research

 

The Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research (MPI) has permanently retained terabytes of measurement data using online storage. This includes data that is only rarely accessed. The MPI holds petabytes of data overall. In order to reduce the costs associated with maintaining such large volumes, the institute chose to use the PoINT Storage Manager software, which enables long-term preservation, transparent read access and multiple media formats.

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Challenges

  • Relieve primary storage, reduce costs
  • Audit-compliant archiving for research data
  • Media in multiple formats

Solution - PoINT Storage Manager

  • Long-term preservation and HSM
  • Transparent read access
  • Migration with no downtime

Advantages

  • Optimal storage system usage
  • Save time, reduce costs
  • Fast, intuitive administration