Cortx Alternatives

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  • QuantumKatas

    cortx VS QuantumKatas

    Tutorials and programming exercises for learning Q# and quantum computing

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  • AlgoBook

    cortx VS AlgoBook

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  • MooseFS

    cortx VS MooseFS

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  • juicefs

    cortx VS juicefs

    JuiceFS is a distributed POSIX file system built on top of Redis and S3.

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  • The Wiretrustee SATA Pi Board Is a True SATA NAS
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Jun 2021
    I keep hoping some day the drives will have their own networking built in. Kioxia, a Toshiba spin off, announced a network-attached NVMe-oF drive last September[1], and I seem to recall one of the major drive players had similar intents a bit back... ah yes, the Seagate Kinetic drives with dual 1Gbit[2] & an object storage OS built in to the drive. These days Seagate seems to be pushing a software platform CORTX[3], which I hope some day perhaps has hardware products too (but right now seems to be for classic linux-based network appliances)

    Ideally we start using 5 or 10Gbit ethernet for these cases. We could continue to treat these drives like they are direct attached, even though they are network attached, and either have one computer running RAID, or have Ceph and a bunch of computers running it's distributed system to tap the drives.

    Ideally though, we need new clustered file-systems, where any computer can read the drives. That is, I'd guess, a long way off. Legacy devices (home media players) would need to go through some kind of legacy gateway.

    [1] https://business.kioxia.com/en-us/news/2020/ssd-20200922-2.h...

    [2] https://www.snia.org/sites/default/files/MayurShelty_Seagate...

    [3] https://github.com/Seagate/cortx

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