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MooseFS Pro at Japan IT Week Data Storage Expo 2018

April 24th, 2018 | MooseFS Team post_thumbnail

We are happy to announce that we are coming to Tokyo as we are exhibiting at Data Storage Expo, inside Japan IT Week Spring 2018 from 9th May to 11th May 2018 (Opening Hours:10 am – 6 pm)!

So, book your tickets for Tokyo Big Sight, Japan and meet us at Booth Number E-36-35, East Hall, Data Storage Expo.

Get your Free Tickets to Japan IT Week from here.

We hope to meet you soon!


Docker Volume Plugin for MooseFS Available Now!

April 24th, 2018 | MooseFS Team post_thumbnail

Thanks to Docker Volume Plugin for MooseFS, you can create a Docker Volume, which will allow the data to exist even after the container/volume is removed. We have prepared Docker Volume Plugin for MooseFS and released .deb and .rpm packages for RedHat/CentOS and Debian/Ubuntu host operating systems.

To use this plugin with containers:
  • First of all, mount MooseFS storage on Docker hosts using MooseFS Client
  • Create Docker Volume and connect it to the mountpoint on the host.

Our future goal is to provide a plugin which does not require any software on the host system.

Check out the first version available at https://github.com/moosefs/docker-volume-moosefs

Please let us know if you have any questions at contact@moosefs.com, we will be happy to help!

 


Grab your Free Tickets for Japan IT Week… Now!!!

April 16th, 2018 | MooseFS Team

We are pleased to announce that we will be soon participating in Japan IT Week @ 9th to 11th May 2018!

Even more, we have some Free Entry Tickets….if you are interested, message us at contact@moosefs.com and we will send you those.

Hurry…limited tickets!!!


MooseFS Pro at Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2018

March 1st, 2018 | Piotr Robert Konopelko post_thumbnail

We are excited to tell you all, that we are participating in the Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2018 conference which will be held on March 12-14, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland!

If you happen to be attending the conference, please feel free to stop by, say hello and discuss data storage solutions offered by MooseFS Pro.

See you there!


MooseFS 3.0.100 Stable Release

January 25th, 2018 | MooseFS Team

We are proud to announce, that MooseFS 3.0.100 has been released as stable today! This version includes support of Debian 9 (Stretch) and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, as well as many other crucial fixes.

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MooseFS User wins at ERL Emergency 2017 event!

September 28th, 2017 | Jakub Ratajczak post_thumbnail

We are proud to make this announcement that our friends from the “Institute of Mathematical Machines and Mandala Robotics” secured the first and second positions in the “Autonomous Robots International Competition: ERL Emergency 2017” held recently at Piombino, Italy. Their robot uses MooseFS driven storage for 3D Scanning, 3D Mapping, and 3D Modelling.

The RoboRobot 150x150 - MooseFS User wins at ERL Emergency 2017 event!t needed to perform multiple high-level functions simultaneously like Modelling & Mapping its processor, managing its control station, performing AI-driven automatic object recognition to mention among a few, and this required robust parallel access to data which was supported by MooseFS.

Additionally, MooseFS allowed a significant amount of data to be processed in real-time. This feature facilitated Robot’s multiple 3D scans along with 360° video to cover the entire investigating area.

This is an excellent example to showcase one of the many benefits that MooseFS provides to its customers!

 


MooseFS 3.0.97 Stable Release

August 1st, 2017 | Piotr Robert Konopelko

We are proud to announce, that MooseFS 3.0.97 has been released as stable today! This version fixes trash/sustained size desynchronization after file length is changed due to chunk creation and also handles invalid arguments in the POSIX lock command.

Please find the most recent changes on MooseFS 3 on GitHub.

If you like MooseFS, please provide your support by starring it on GitHub. You can also give your valuable suggestions by opening an issue on GitHub.