Intel has been building an entirely open source software ecosystem for data-centric computing, fully optimized for Intel® architecture and non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, including Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory and Intel® Optane™ DC SSDs. Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS) is the foundation of the Intel exascale storage stack. DAOS is an open source software-defined scale-out object store that provides high bandwidth, low latency, and high I/O operations per second (IOPS) storage containers to HPC applications. It enables next-generation data-centric workflows that combine simulation, data analytics, and AI.
Why use StackPath Object Storage?
Frequent (hot) storage shouldn’t cost a lot. And once you’re paying for storage, we don’t believe you should pay AGAIN to access it. Welcome to StackPath’s Object Storage.
50% cheaper than Amazon S3 or similar cloud storage providers.
No Data Transfer Fees
No charges for data transfer (egress) or API requests/calls.
Better performance than cloud storage providers, even more so once paired with StackPath’s CDN or Edge Computing.
StackPath’s system architecture enables an average 6x faster performance relative to Cloud Storage Providers*. Especially when paired with our CDN or Edge Compute, this performance advantage means significantly faster time-to-first-byte speeds.
100% AWS S3 bit-compatible (same AWS API constructs for storage & identity management). No need to change your S3-compatible application.
Average time-to-first-byte (TTFB) performance of less than 15 ms; made even faster when paired with our CDN. This is significantly lower than others’ TTFB.
Immediate Read Capability
When you write an object to our buckets, it can be read immediately after. This is not always the case with Amazon S3 — a well-known issue for AWS developers.
Intel DAOS is ranked 19th in File and Object Storage while StackPath Object Storage is ranked 18th in File and Object Storage. Intel DAOS is rated 0.0, while StackPath Object Storage is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Intel DAOS is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Dell EMC ECS and MinIO, whereas StackPath Object Storage is most compared with MinIO, Linode and IBM Cloud Object Storage.
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