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“CRUSH is an algorithm that can calculate the physical location of data in Ceph, given the object name, cluster map and CRUSH rules as input.” — Dmitry Ukov
Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is CRUSH (Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing), a hash-based algorithm for calculating how and where to store and retrieve data in a distributed object–based storage cluster. Continued…
Open source distributed file system (DFS) solutions go beyond Windows
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Inktank supports new enterprise release of open source Ceph storage
Inktank releases new subscription-based enterprise version of open source Ceph storage software, featuring graphical management tools and enhanced support services.
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