S3-compatible object store for small self-hosted geo-distributed deployments
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README.md

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Garage is an S3-compatible distributed object storage service designed for self-hosting at a small-to-medium scale.

Garage is designed for storage clusters composed of nodes running at different physical locations, in order to easily provide a storage service that replicates data at these different locations and stays available even when some servers are unreachable. Garage also focuses on being lightweight, easy to operate, and highly resilient to machine failures.

Garage is built by Deuxfleurs, an experimental small-scale self hosted service provider, which has been using it in production since its first release in 2020.

Learn more on our dedicated documentation pages:

Garage is entirely free software released under the terms of the AGPLv3.