Hutchison/MRC Research Centre
at the
University of Cambridge

Managing Data Growth

The Hutchison/MRC Research Centre at the University of Cambridge is a cancer research facility. Built in 2001, it is now the leading site for basic and translational cancer research in Cambridge. Without a data management system in place, the existing infrastructure at the facility was centred on storage, consisting of several network-attached storage (NAS) devices used by more than 200 users.

Data storage was reaching its limits, and the equipment was reaching its end of life, requiring additional storage to be purchased on an ad-hoc basis to meet the growing demand. As a result, the Hutchison/ MRC Research Centre data became scattered across several different data stores, making it difficult for researchers to understand where to find the data they needed.

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