Entries by Simon Haly

LizardFS at FOSDEM 2018

Even stronger presence this year. You can meet us: in our booth building K level 1 group C, also join us for Lightening Talk to see the grand premiere of OpenNebula connector: https://fosdem.org/2018/schedule/event/lizardfs_opennebula/ and find out what was going on at LizardFS in 2017 “Year in development” in the Software Defined Storage room: https://fosdem.org/2018/schedule/event/lizardfs/ Stay […]

LizardFS 3.12 official release.

  It is official now. After a few weeks of tests with positive feedback from the community and our beta testers, LizardFS 3.12 is out. With promising initial feedback like: “it’s a huge step forward” or “with RichACLs there is no doubt it is a great enterprise product” we cannot wait to hear the outcomes […]

LizardFS 3.12.0 RC is out!

Release Candidate of 3.12.0 Please test it and let us know about any issues. Description below. Featuring:   – C API – nfs-ganesha plugin – RichACL – a new POSIX + NFSv4 compatible ACL standard – OSX ACL support through osxfuse – ACL in-memory deduplication – file lock fixes – AVX2 support for erasure code […]

LizardFS as The Storage Solution for SAS Analytics

Nothing gives you more satisfaction than a happy customer. Well… Maybe a happy customer that also makes you aware of a niche in which your product performs extremely well. More details will come soon with some hard numbers however we can already share some initial insights. Business users are delighted with the performance which isn’t […]

LizardFS available in Fedora repositories.

One of the biggest advantages of being Open Source is the help and the support that we are getting from random people. Thanks to Jonathan Dieter LizardFS has found a place in the official Fedora repositories! Try out this nice mixture yourself. https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/package/rpms/lizardfs/ Once again – big thank you to Jonathan.  

Tech Retreat – HPA Oxford

We will be attending the Hollywood Professionals Association Tech Retreat in Oxford. Excited to see what is new in the world of media. Looking forward to meeting all the media engineers interested in data storage!