I recently read an internal report regarding a benchmark related to a PoC we are conducting with a potential customer. I can’t share anything about it, but it reminded me of some old articles I wrote on Juku.it and how important overall system performance is, even for object…
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Simple Metadata Indexing through Grid for Apps
It’s time for the second article in our series about the event-driven framework that is part of our SDS object storage solution. If you missed our first article, you can read A technical introduction to Grid for Apps. And note…
Understanding Event-Driven Storage
This is the first in of a series of articles about the event-driven framework that is part of our SDS object storage solution. This framework allows users to process data at scale; we call it Grid for Apps.
I recommend that you first read…
After our first, very successful webinar last month (It’s Time for Object Storage), we decided to go deeper into our technology and talk about Grid for Apps in our next webinar.
Grid for Apps is our event-driven framework for data processing, which enables customers to run…
Object storage is already considered one of the cheapest forms of data storage on the market. With the increasing number of use cases for object storage, efficiency and flexibility of data placement become fundamental to ensuing that data access speed matches your needs…
We believe that OpenIO SDS is the most flexible object store on the market, and that it is very easy to install, use, and manage. This is why we can propose our product for large multi-PB installations, to run on a small Raspberry Pi, or on a 3-node cluster with less than 100TB of usable storage.
Just a quick post to let you know that we have uploaded the recording of “It’s time for object storage!” webinar to YouTube. We are already working on our next webinar, which will cover Grid for Apps, the feature of OpenIO SDS that got the most questions in this first session. So, stay tuned and make a note in your calendar; the next webinar will be held on May 18. We’ll send you an invitation.