HopsFS is an open-source scaleout metadata file system, but its primary use case is not Exabyte storage, rather customizable consistent metadata.
In this blog post we showcase the results of a study that examined point-in-time join optimization using Apache Spark in Hopsworks.
Read about how the Hopsworks Feature Store abstracts away the complexity of a dual database system, unifying feature access for online and batch applications.
Read how HopsFS addresses this issue of storing and accessing datasets as image files stored in a distributed file system (DFS) at large scale.
Seeing how Redis is a popular open-source feature store with features significantly similar to RonDB, we compared the innards of RonDB’s multithreading architecture to the commercial Redis products.
Many developers believe S3 is the "end of file system history". It is impossible to build a file/object storage system on AWS that can compete with S3 on cost. But what if you could build on top of S3
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