A step-by-step guide to deploy OpenIO on a single node for testing purposes.
A step-by-step guide to set-up a "private cloudish" backup solution.
The other day one of our partners asked if he could have a single Linux virtual machine running OpenIO Object Storage for functionality tests, so I wanted to be sure to have this option available to everybody.
A step by step guide
When a picture is uploaded using S3/Swift/OpenIO APIs we process it using Tensorflow, detecting its content while enriching the object’s metadata, and then pushing it to Elasticsearch. A step by step guide.
I'm no longer a sysadmin (not for a long time), but sometimes I have to prove to myself that I'm still capable of doing something, and I also need to check that what I'm telling others is actually true. I recently tried to configure several products at home in order to check…
How to recognise patterns in pictures at scale? By “scale,” we mean when you are storing billions of files.
With OpenIO, when a new file is uploaded, you can index all its metadata in Elasticsearch. You will then be able to query Elasticsearch for all the files matching any type of metadata. A step by step guide.
This is the first in of a series of articles about the event-driven framework that is part of OpenIO Object Storage. This framework allows users to process data at scale; we call it GridFor Apps.