In the still-developing container world, it seems like new functionality is being released every time you turn around. Engineers are trying to solve the questions of how to make containers run faster, smarter, and take up fewer resources This week’s hack comes from Iron.io, a Platform as a Service (PaaS) company. In a word: Microcontainers.
In 2007, GlusterFS revolutionized the way large, distributed storage solutions were implemented across organizations—anyone could now use commodity hardware to create distributed storage solutions for media streaming, data analysis and other data intensive tasks using GlusterFS. Red Hat acquired GlusterFS in 2011. Recently one of the founders of GlusterFS, Anand Babu Periasamy, announced…
Some considerations for enterprise customers looking to purchase SSDs for Linux.
Red Hat’s new Ceph Storage and Gluster Storage open-source, software-defined storage products continue to push storage’s limits.
New funding for the commercial Redis firm is designed to enable it to expand sales teams and increase research and development.
Algolia Blog: We don’t recommend anyone to use any SSD that is anyhow mentioned in a bad way by the Linux kernel.
The world is moving toward a NoSQL one. It’s requiring us to learn new techniques and approaches to working with data.
Deep Information Sciences’ plug-and-play storage engine brings HTAP capabilities to MySQL, making it suitable for big data and other data-intensive projects.
More organizations where speedy processing counts are moving to “In-Memory Computing” (IMC), or using RAM as primary storage. GridGain’s IMC software has joined other Apache podlings under the name Apache Ignite.
Red Hat clarifies where Ceph and Gluster fit into your big data storage plans.