|on 21 Feb 2021 Posted by Administrator Category: Technology Comments (0)|
Which is better for making "Data Containers?" Gluster, OpenEBS or CEPH?
First Up is Open EBS:
OpenEBS is the most widely deployed and easy to use open-source storage solution for Kubernetes.
OpenEBS is the leading open-source example of a category of cloud native storage solutions sometimes called Container Attached Storage. OpenEBS is listed as an open-source example in the CNCF
Here is the link to that Whitepaper: https://github.com/cncf/sig-storage/blob/master/CNCF Storage Landscape - White Paper.pdf
OpenEBS Mayastor is the most recent version.
Containers Supported: kubernetes, rust, storage, k8s, nvme, pvc
Documents and White Pages https://github.com/openebs/openebs-docs
CEPH OBJECT STORE
Images up to 16 exabytes, Configurable striping, In-memory caching, Snapshots, Copy-on-write cloningKernel driver supportKVM/libvirt supportBack-end for cloud solutions
Incremental backup, Disaster recovery (multisite asynchronous replication)
CEPH FILE SYSTEM, POSIX-compliant semantics
Separates metadata from data, Dynamic rebalancing, Subdirectory snapshots, Configurable striping, Kernel driver support
FUSE support, NFS/CIFS deployable Here is more from CEPH: https://docs.ceph.com/en/latest/ We will also take a look at Operating Systems and Chipset Compatibility.
Operating Systems to be tested include but are not limited to: Windows, Linux, Apple, Droid
GlusterFS or Gluster classic
GlusterFS is a scalable network filesystem suitable for data-intensive tasks such as cloud storage and media streaming. GlusterFS is free and open source software and can utilize common off-the-shelf hardware
Check back here soon for the full report. Almost done. Check back in a few days when we look at heat and energy consumerd
Research by yours truly,