S3-compatible object store for small self-hosted geo-distributed deployments https://garagehq.deuxfleurs.fr/
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README.md

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Garage is a lightweight S3-compatible distributed object store, with the following goals:

  • As self-contained as possible
  • Easy to set up
  • Highly resilient to network failures, network latency, disk failures, sysadmin failures
  • Relatively simple
  • Made for multi-datacenter deployments

Non-goals include:

  • Extremely high performance
  • Complete implementation of the S3 API
  • Erasure coding (our replication model is simply to copy the data as is on several nodes, in different datacenters if possible)

Our main use case is to provide a distributed storage layer for small-scale self hosted services such as Deuxfleurs.