OpenStack OpenStack is a global collaboration of developers and cloud computing technologists producing the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds. The project aims to deliver solutions for all types of clouds by being simple to implement...
OpenStack vs MooseFS opinions
OpenStack is a cloud computing platform, MooseFS is a distributed filesystem
MooseFS deals purely with storing files while OpenStack has a huge offerig in compute etc. Also the overhead to install MFS is not absolute vs Open stack
SeaweedFS is a simple and highly scalable distributed file system to store and serve billions of files fast! SeaweedFS object store has O(1) disk seek and SeaweedFS Filer supports cross-cluster replication, POSIX, S3 API, ,….
StorPool is an intelligent software-defined storage solution that allows service providers, enterprises and other Cloud builders to run data storage on standard x86 servers, instead of on expensive and inefficient storage arrays (SANs).
XtreemFS is an object-based, distributed file system for wide area networks. The file system replicates objects for fault tolerance and caches metadata and data to improve performance over high-latency links. SSL and X.
GlusterFS is a scale-out network-attached storage file system. It has found applications including cloud computing, streaming media services, and content delivery networks. GlusterFS was developed originally by Gluster, Inc. and then by Red Hat, Inc.
GlusterFS vs MooseFS opinions
GlusterFS can not handle 200+ million files, but MooseFS can. GlusterFS has very poor performance with small files, and file/dir operations. GlusterFS can not handle replicas per directory inside FS. MooseFS can. And have so much other troubles with GlusterFS.
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