PAPPAYA OBJECT STORAGE (POS)

Object storage is defined as a strategy that helps manage and manipulate data storage. The data is stored in distinct units, namely objects. Pappaya Object Storage (POS) eliminates the tiered file structure by placing everything in a flat address space or storage pool. Based on the OpenStack project, Swift, Pappaya Object Storage (POS) offers an easy-to-use and straightforward interface for storage and retrieval of data. Scalability, data analytics, cost-effectiveness are some of the primary features of the POS.

Benefits of Pappaya Object Storage (POS)

  • Unlimited scalability due to flat structure
  • Data retrieval is faster due to its identifying details
  • Fewer limitations compared to traditional or block-based systems
  • Highly cost-effective

Advantages of Pappaya Object Storage (POS)

  • Eliminates the need for backup and recovery
  • Provides easy access to any storage via HTTP
  • RAID protects data
  • Simplified data management

Pappaya Object Storage provides an object storage mechanism as a service. Pappaya Object Storage helps us to store and retrieve simple objects like MPEG4 video files. It uses an HTTP-based API where you pass objects and metadata with regular HTTP get and put commands. It has fundamental file storage, but it can be compelling. Some sites like Wikipedia uses object storage to run their entire system because of how flexible, scalable, and simple it is.