Object Storage with Swift
Using, Administering, and Developing for Swift Object Storage
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: April 2014
Pages: 322

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Learn how to gain maximum benefit from Swift, the highly available, distributed, object/blob store for OpenStack. Written by members of the team who maintain Swift, this practical book gets system administrators up to speed on Swift’s use and administration, and includes advanced topics.

Swift promises flexibility and robustness in data storage for virtual environments. This book helps get the most from its features so you can squeeze out the performance you need in OpenStack storage.

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Learn OpenStack Swift from experts

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    If you need to understand OpenStack Swift, this book will give you an excellent foundation. The book covers basic concepts as well as intricate edge cases in a clear manner. Highly recommended.

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