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From Jerome B <jerome.ba...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: S3 persistence manager
Date Sat, 09 Jun 2007 00:34:53 GMT

 I think there are projects which access S3 as a WebDAV store, as well as S3
"filesystems".  If there was a S3 Jackrabbit persistence manager being
developed, I'd be interested as well.

 -- jerome

Martin Perez wrote:
> Really glad to read that. Massive distributed storage propositions are
> being
> proven like very good solutions for massive scaling. I guess the key
> challenge in this case is trying to minimize bandwidth usage as much as
> possible in addition to the traditional storage challenge.
> Would be really nice to test it when that global data store stuff you are
> working in is done. If at that time I have some web projec using
> Jackrabbit
> (hopefully) I would love to spend some time playing with that. However, It
> would be even better if someone already has experiences or is already
> trying
> to do it and shares his experience.
> Cheers,
> Martin
> On 6/5/07, Jukka Zitting <jukka.zitting@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On 6/4/07, Martin Perez <mpermar@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Is there anyone developing something like a Amazon S3 persistence
>> manager?
>> >
>> > If not, it seems to me like a good candidate for a new project ( it is
>> too
>> > late for SOC ), or perhaps it is an insane idea?
>> I haven't heard of anyone actively working on something like that, but
>> I agree that it would be a cool idea.
>> Actually S3 was floating around in my mind when I wrote the NGP
>> proposal (http://jackrabbit.apache.org/dev/ngp.html). S3 or another
>> similar massively distributed storage mechanism would work very well
>> with the NGP concepts.
>> I'm currently working on a related more short-term idea of adding a
>> global "data store" that would handle all binary properties (and
>> possibly other data like item bundles as well). The data store concept
>> is designed to work very well with remote or distributed storage, so
>> S3 would be an interesting option there as well.
>> BR,
>> Jukka Zitting

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