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OpenEBS is containerized block storage written in Go for cloud native and other environments w/ per container (or pod) QoS SLAs, tiering and replica policies across AZs and environments, and predictable and scalable performance.
Ceras is a binary serializer. It converts any object into a byte and back. It goes above and beyond in terms of features, speed, and comfort. Supports reference loops, large/complicated inheritance chains, splitting objects into parts, ... Ceras generally ranks at the top end of the performance spectrum, together with NetSerializer and MessagePack-CSharp. To get an idea of how Ceras performs here are the preliminary benchmark results. The resulting binary size is about the same as MessagePack-CSharp.
This is a Persistent Volume Claim (PVC) provisioner for Kubernetes. It dynamically provisions hostPath volumes to provide storage for PVCs. It is based on the demo hostpath-provisioner. There is no need to expose PV credentials to users (cephfs-provisioner requires this, for example).
snapshot-controller snapshots the GCE Persistent Disks that are backing your Kubernetes Persistent Volumes. Kubernetes has the concept of Persistent Volumes which is an abstraction over some form of persistent storage in the environment that Kubernetes runs in. Two of the most popular implementations of Persistent Volumes are GCE Persistent Disks and AWS EBS volumes. Both of them have the ability to be snapshotted while they are attached to a node.
Plugin for MooseFS to create persistent volumes in Docker containers. We provide pre-built binary rpm and deb packages available from the releases page. You can download them and go to installation for your OS.
ShoeBox is a Kotlin library for object persistence that supports the observer pattern so your code can be notified immediately when stored data is changed. While it is a standalone library, ShoeBox was created as a persistence layer for Kweb applications, motivated by the lack of a simple persistence mechanism that supports the observer pattern. The idea is to create a "bridge" library between Shoebox and Kweb that will allow "binding" of UI components to persistent state, also known as the data mapper pattern. Here is a video illustrating this idea for TornadoFX on Android.