wZD is a server written in Go language that uses a modified version of the BoltDB database as a backend for saving and distributing any number of small and large files, NoSQL keys/values, in a compact form inside micro Bolt databases (archives), with distribution of files and values in BoltDB databases depending on the number of directories or subdirectories and the general structure of the directories. Using wZD can permanently solve the problem of a large number of files on any POSIX compatible file system, including a clustered one. Outwardly it works like a regular WebDAV server.... More Info »
...and billions of files will no longer be a problem.
- Multi threading
- Multi servers for fault tolerance and load balancing
- Complete file and value search
- Supports HTTPS and IP authorization
- Supported HTTP methods: GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, PUT, POST and DELETE
- Manage read and write behavior through client headers
- Support for customizable virtual hosts
- Linear scaling of read and write using clustered file systems
- Effective methods of reading and writing data
- Supports CRC data integrity when writing or reading
- Easy sharding of data for thousands or millions of Bolt archives based on the directory structure
- Mixed mode support, with ability to save large files separately from Bolt archives
- Includes multi threaded wZA archiver for migrating files without stopping the service
The wZD server was designed for mixed use. One can write not only ordinary files, but even html or json generated documents, and one can even simply use NoSQL as a sharding database consisting of a large number of small BoltDB databases, and carry out all sharding through the structure of directories and subdirectories.