LizardFS - Software Defined Storage, Distributed, Parallel, Scalable, Fault-tolerant, Geo-Redundant and Highly available file system

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LizardFS Software Defined Storage is a distributed, parallel, scalable, fault-tolerant, Geo-Redundant and highly available file system. It spreads data over a number of physical servers, making it visible to an end user as a single file system.

Data is distributed among multiple chunk servers. You can easily add and remove drives or the whole storage nodes. It is as simple as “plug and scale”. You can easily scale your LizardFS cluster up and down both vertically and horizontally by a single drive or a single node. You can have thousands of chunkservers and up to 1 Exabyte of data. Geo replication allows you to create geo stretched clusters stretching virtually any distance.

http://lizardfs.com
https://github.com/lizardfs/lizardfs
http://cr.skytechnology.pl:8081/lizardfs

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