Björn Stierand

Git Large File Storage

Git Large File Storage (LFS) replaces large files such as audio samples, videos, datasets, and graphics with text pointers inside Git, while storing the file contents on a remote server like GitHub.com or GitHub Enterprise.

Sounds useful, although I don't normally store large binaries inside git repos.

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Storage Performance Council Benchmarks

SPC Results provide a source of comparative storage performance information that is objective, relevant, and verifiable. That information will provide value throughout the storage product lifecycle, which includes development of product requirements, product implementation, performance tuning, capacity planning, market positioning, and purchase evaluations.

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Rook.io

File, Block, and Object Storage Services for your Cloud-Native Environments

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Muonium

[...] we are fortunate to have a safe alternative for our mails: ProtonMail, which allows encryption end-to-end thereof. Also, you can use Ring.cx or Tox.chat to encrypt your conversations.

It's in this perspective that we launched the development of Muonium, to offer an alternative for storing securely your documents online. Our policy requires us to encrypt end-to-end files making you the only true owner thereof.

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Portworx

The Solution for Stateful Containers. Designed for DevOps.

Mal sehen ob man damit Persistant Storage für Docker sinnvoll realisieren kann.

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janakiramm/wp-statefulset - Deploy a Highly Available WordPress Instance as a StatefulSet in Kubernetes 1.5

PetSets sind jetzt StatefulSets. Auch wenn NFS sicher nicht ideal für Distributed Storage ist, ist das ein guter Walkthrough zum Betreiben einer Stateful App in Kubernetes.

 

Björn Stierand

ClusterHQ Folds, Flocker Lives On

In a particularly well-titled blog post, ClusterHQ CEO Mark Davis blamed the company’s failure on the fact that a lot of other persistent storage options for containers have evolved in recent years, which made Flocker less of a big deal than it once was.

Setting up persistent storage in a container ecosystem is still a big hassle though. Seems Flocker is now an option not to consider unless it is clear how the open-source project continues.