Tarmin Vision

With big data volumes escalating, driving regulatory risks, Tarmin sees a world of opportunity, gaining actionable insights and business value from information.
Where Data Defines Value.

Tarmin Vision

The Future of Big Data

Today's information technology landscape is characterized by big data volumes growing at ever increasing velocities in broader varieties. Organizations face unprecedented challenges in managing these vast data flows as the costs and the regulatory, legal and commercial risks of storing and maintaining this data escalate, whilst it becomes ever more difficult to gain value from the repositories. Tarmin's vision is to help organizations harness the value of their data as a strategic business enabler versus an ongoing cost center.

Big Data Opportunity

Big unstructured data flows are increasingly generated not by the workforce, but by machines. Machine generated data comes from scientific instrumentation, including seismic and exploration equipment, genomic research tools and medical sensors, industrial sensors and meters, such as calibration and monitoring equipment, RFID tags, surveillance and call data records, as well as market data feeds, log files and audit trails. This data is growing at a rate greatly exceeding that of human generated data. Understanding and drawing actionable insight from these vast data stores is far beyond the capacity of traditional analytic approaches. Organizations that take advantage of their captured data will be empowered to seize opportunities before their rivals, winning faster time-to-market and gaining sustainable competitive advantage.

The Tarmin Approach

Tarmin delivers GridBank, built from the ground up to address the big data opportunity and the entirety of unstructured data management requirements for enterprises. Combining the latest in enterprise ready innovations with standards-based protocols, the GridBank Data Management Platform is an integrated solution that combines Data Centric Management, Media Independent Data Storage, Data Security and Identity Management with a Distributed Metadata Repository, all in a single unified view. Tarmin is pioneering Data Defined Storage technologies by transforming the way organizations manage, scale, search and gain value from unstructured data by uniting application, information and storage tiers into a single, integrated data centric management architecture.

Our Core Values

Since the inception of Tarmin, the company has dedicated itself to conduct business with the highest level of integrity to protect our clients, partners, employees and the Tarmin reputation in this rapidly changing industry.

Tarmin’s core values are at the heart of our organization; they are the fundamental values that guide the way we operate. These six principles are the foundation in which we have built a strong business, culture and relationship with our clients and one another.

Tarmin’s core values include:

Passion - We are passionate about our work, GridBank and the capability it offers the market in enabling a shift to Data Defined Storage.

Employees - Tarmin employees have Fun! They act with integrity and trust, respectful to each other, and are driven to self-improve.

Performance - We are a high performance culture focused on meeting and exceeding our targets and recognizing our employees for their contribution.

Customer - Tarmin is a customer focused organisation striving to deliver exceptional customer experience.

Collaborate - Tarmin is one team; employees, customers and stakeholders. We openly communicate, share and value contributions and align our efforts to achieving our mutual success.

Innovate - Tarmin encourages Innovation in all aspects of its business.

Highlights

  • The rapid growth of our company, through value enhancing acquisitions and successful exploration, is generating more and more data, much of it in isolated pools. [GridBank] will allow us to organize, store and protect our G&G data and create a platform for improving business efficiency while reducing TCO.

    — David Edwards, Group Head of Information Systems, Premier Oil, Plc.
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