The Finish Line Moves From AWS Glacier For Object Matrix Cloud

The Finish Line has migrated from AWS Glacier to the MatrixStore Cloud service from Object Matrix for content archiving.

This was because costs and retrieval performance had proved too unpredictable on the incumbent platform, according to Object Matrix.

Content will now be archived to the MatrixStore Cloud service using a range of backup tools and the S3 interface. Once migrated, the entire archive will be accessed from one place using Vision from Object Matrix, enabling global teams to discover and share content across the entire archive.

The Finish Line designs and manages in-house post-production solutions for productions, providing on-site or remote access editorial, finishing and mastering services. It was looking for a more efficient way of managing its archive.

“Having seen the session from Object Matrix during the DPP Innovation Week, we were confident its software would help us manage our archive effectively while keeping costs low and predictable,” said Zeb Chadfield, Founder, The Finish Line.

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