SODA Foundation Announces 2021 Data & Storage Trends Survey
The Linux Foundation | 15 April 2021
Data and storage technologies are evolving. The SODA Foundation is conducting a survey to identify the current challenges, gaps, and trends for data and storage in the era of cloud-native, edge, AI, and 5G. Through new insights generated from the data and storage community at large, end-users will be better equipped to make decisions, vendors can improve their products, and the SODA Foundation can establish new technical directions — and beyond!
The SODA Foundation is an open source project under Linux Foundation that aims to foster an ecosystem of open source data management and storage software for data autonomy. SODA Foundation offers a neutral forum for cross-project collaboration and integration and provides end-users quality end-to-end solutions. We intend to use this survey data to help guide the SODA Foundation and its surrounding ecosystem on important issues.
Please participate now; we intend to close the survey in late May.
Privacy and confidentiality are important to us. Neither participant names, nor their company names, will be displayed in the final results.
The first 50 survey respondents will each receive a $25 (USD) Amazon gift card. Some conditions apply.
This survey should take no more than 15 minutes of your time.
To take the 2021 SODA Foundation Data & Storage Trends Survey, click the button below:
Thanks to our survey partners Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), Japan Data Storage Forum (JDSF), China Open Source Cloud League (COSCL), Open Infrastructure Foundation (OIF), Mulan Open Source Community
Thank you for taking the time to participate in this survey conducted by SODA Foundation, an open source project at the Linux Foundation focusing on data management and storage.
This survey will provide insights into the challenges, gaps, and trends for data and storage in the era of cloud-native, edge, AI, and 5G. We hope these insights will help end-users make better decisions, enable vendors to improve their products and serve as a guide to the technical direction of SODA and the surrounding ecosystem.
This survey will provide insights into:
- What are the data & storage challenges faced by end-users?
- Which features and capabilities do end users look for in data and storage solutions?
- What are the key trends shaping the data & storage industry?
- Which open source data & storage projects are users interested in?
- What cloud strategies are businesses adopting?
We will summarize the survey data and share the learnings during SODACON Global 2021 – Virtual on Jul 13-14. The summary report will be published on the SODA website. In addition, we will be producing an in-depth report of the survey which will be shared with all survey participants.
SODACON GLOBAL 2021
Interested in attending or speaking at SODACON Global? Details for the event can be found at https://sodafoundation.io/events/sodacon-2021-global-virtual/
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