The reliable shared file system that is easy to use, scales automatically and just works!
Never run out of disk again.
I’m honestly impressed. This is the convenience I’m looking for with a cloud storage solution. Lars-Erik S., Infrastructure Engineer at Spotify
ObjectiveFS is truly a great file system. For power-users like me, it is by far the best system for development I have ever seen. Abraham B, Data Science Engineer at A9.com
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Control your cloud development and test sandboxes directly from your laptop. Updates on your laptop are instantly available to your sandboxes in the cloud.
You don’t need to set up, run and maintain storage servers anymore. You still get redundant, reliable and highly available data, and now offload the storage management to the cloud provider.
Your existing software runs directly in the cloud on our POSIX filesystem. No rewrite or porting needed to run in the cloud.
ObjectiveFS provides a standard storage interface for your cloud or on-premise data. You can move incrementally to the cloud, and use the cloud for part of your operations.
ObjectiveFS is a full featured POSIX-compatible file system. S3FS is a way of viewing S3 bucket as a file system, and doesn’t fully support regular file system semantics which breaks the expectation of many Linux programs. see more..
The main differences are performance, reliability, cost and security. ObjectiveFS has high performance that scales. We don’t charge you to get good performance. Amazon EFS uses a credit system and you get more throughput if you have more storage.
ObjectiveFS uses Amazon S3 with 99.999999999% durablity for storage, while Amazon EFS is NFS-based and uses SSD for storage. see more..
The main difference is number of concurrent mounts. ObjectiveFS supports concurrent mounts from multiple machines, while S3QL supports mounts from one machine only. see more..