Block Storage, File System and Object Storage are three ways to store and access data. They are often presented as three competing models, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. This approach is not inaccurate, but it won’t help you to fully understand the fundamental…
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HDF5 European Workshop for Science and Industry
OpenIO is sponsoring the upcoming free HDF5 European Workshop for Science and Industry, co-organised by The HDF Group and ESRF, The European Synchrotron. The aim of the workshop is to highlight the use of HDF in science and industry, to discuss use cases and the latest developments based in the HDF5 library and related tools. Learn More and Register
There are a large number of storage solutions that claim to offer the best performance in the market. But it’s easier to exaggerate one’s own performance than to objectively compare the performance of different storage systems. And for good reason: performance, when it…
Despite the advent of social media and the accessibility of instant messaging applications, email remains the leading communication channel for businesses. In 2019, 293 billion emails are being exchanged every day (not counting spam) and this volume continues to grow. A French…
We recently wrote an article about how DDP (dynamic data protection) is implemented and how it works in OpenIO SDS. As a follow up to that article, I’d like you to tell about a real use case and show you the real-world benefits of dynamic data protection.