By Glynn Foster-Oracle on Apr 16, 2015
Jim Kremer has written a blog about the OpenStack object storage service Swift and how to set it up on Oracle Solaris. For Swift on Solaris we use the ZFS file system as the underlying storage, which means we can take advantage of things like snapshots and clones, data encryption and compression, and the underlying redundancy that the ZFS architecture provides with storage pools and mirroring.
Read Jim's blog on How to get Swift up and running on Solaris.
-- Glynn Foster