Dailymotion Trusts Scality To Store And Deliver 3.5 Billion Videos To 300 Million Unique Monthly Users

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16, 2017 Scality, a pioneer of software-defined, multi-cloud data storage, today announced that Paris-based Dailymotion has expanded the Scality RING object storage back-end to its massive video repository across its global network of data centers. Scality now supplies more than 30 petabytes of useable capacity to the video sharing behemoth. Dailymotion's move to Scality RING was impelled by its requirements for high performance, boundless scalability, assured uptime, and intuitive administration controls.

“Scality was the obvious choice. Performance, stability, and reliability is what impresses us most about Scality RING, which altogether meets our storage and business requirements,” said Christophe Simon, system architect at Dailymotion. “We could not find any other object storage solution to be as mature as Scality RING. It is well-developed, broadly deployed, and receives timely evolutionary enhancements to keep it cutting-edged.”

Alan Martins, VP of Infrastructure at Dailymotion, added: “With Scality we went to the next level and we can continue scaling more smoothly.”

Scality RING replaced EMC Isilon after demonstrating a more straightforward architecture and delivering significant performance improvement over that legacy system. Dailymotion now relies on Scality RING as its primary storage. The company recently added several petabytes for backup, as well as nine petabytes across its New York, Singapore, and Sunnyvale data centers, strengthening video distribution capabilities in those regions and enhancing user experience with local caching/points of presence.

“The requirement for uninterrupted content uploading and sharing, and seamless system expansion makes Scality RING indispensable to Dailymotion's fast-growing business,” said Erwan Menard, president and COO at Scality. “Expanding Scality storage to more than 30 petabytes without system interruption is testament to the value of Scality RING for video sharing environments that demand zero downtime.”

To learn more and download the full case study, visit the Dailymotion customer profile page on the Scality website.

About Dailymotion

Discover content you love from around the world, live or on demand: sports competitions, music festivals, comedy skits, political debates, fashion shows, gaming live-streams. Dailymotion viewers follow, watch, and share the events and the ideas that keep the world surprising and diverse as they happen. Dailymotion attracts 300 million users from around the world, who watch 3.5 billion videos on its player each month.

About Scality

Scality is a pioneering innovator of software-defined, multi-cloud data storage at petabyte scale. Recognized as a leader in distributed file and object storage by Gartner and IDC, Scality assures data control and freedom to manage data across clouds. Our products scale on-demand, non-disruptively, and drive lower cost for today's leading enterprise companies.

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