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Go beyond data storage

Open-source technologies on Optimized hardware for a completely cloud-native Object storage and management system. The only infrastructure for next generation data intensive solutions.

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Backup & Archive

Keep your hourly, daily or monthly backups or files in a more reliable distributed object store.

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Audio & Video

Don't just store your images and videos; process, serve and deliver using the same infrastructure.

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Big Data

Let your processing pipelines enjoy high throughput data, without worrying about low-level operations.

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“Ceph is a unified, distributed storage system designed for excellent performance, reliability and scalability.” Our…


“Kubernetes is for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.” Basic idea is that a…


“Linux is a Unix-like, open source and community-developed operating system (OS) for computers, servers, mainframes,…


“Prometheus is a systems monitoring and alerting toolkit”. Everyone starts monitoring with sshing to nodes and running…


“Grafana allows you to query, visualize, alert on and understand your metrics no matter where they are stored. " Torkel…


“Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.” Go was…

Recent posts

Bitter sweet data compression with ceph

Almost all data storage solutions have some sort of compression capability. It’s being told as a killer feature from time to time, reducing storage costs substantially, even moving some projects into feasible realms. In our experience though, the data was always compressed beforehand. Because, compressing was and is always the obvious first step, not only before storing the data, but also before moving it around, sending it to the first client, etc.

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Exploring the effects of jumbo frames

If you’ve planned your network before starting to run your distributed ceph storage, you’ve most certainly come across the advice to utilize jumbo frames. If you haven’t planned your network before starting to run your distributed system, you’re pretty much screwed. And when you realize you’re screwed (but not before), you start to look for advice on what to do with your massive investment and again you find the advice to utilize jumbo frames.

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