STF and How We Serve Your Data

Daisuke Maki will be giving a talk at YAPC::NA 2012 described as:

STF is a distributed object store that is used in Livedoor (NHN Japan) 

The idea is the same as mogilefs, but it was built with open protocols (HTTP, PSGI) and commodity tools like Apache/Nginx, MySQL, and Q4M.

It serves several hundred million files (mainly image files) and a few million b/sec for our blog, photo share, geo-location, and other services.

In this talk I will describe what STF is, and how we set it up how we operate it.

[From the YAPC::NA Blog.]

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Since TheSchwartz can use other backends (via Data::ObjectDriver) how hard would it be to get the rest of STF to use Pg, or Oracle, or other backends too, instead of MySQL?

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