RonDB shows higher availability and the ability to handle larger data sets in comparison with Redis, paving the way to be the fastest key-value store available.read more
Given the increasing interest in feature stores, we share our own experience of building one to help others who are considering following us down the same path.read more
Integrate with third-party security standards and take advantage from our project-based multi-tenancy model to host data in one single shared cluster.read more
HopsFS provides a principled architecture for easily extending metadata for files and directories.
In particular, this is useful in the domain of machine learning where we have both artifacts (feature data, training data, programs, models, log files) that are typically stored as files and metadata (experiments, hyperparameters, tags, metrics, etc ) that are stored in a metastore (often a relational database).
HopsFS unifies the artifact store and metastore.
What If you could build on top of S3 a distributed file system with a HDFS API that gives you POSIX goodness and improved performance?
That’s what we have done with a cloud-native release of HopsFS that is highly available across availability zones, has the same cost as S3, but has 100X the performance of S3 for file move/rename operations, and 3.4X the read throughput of S3 (EMRFS) for the DFSIO Benchmark (peer reviewed at ACM Middleware 2020).