JuiceFS is fully compatible with POSIX, HDFS, and S3 access protocols, making it ideal for unified storage of unstructured, semi-structured, and data warehousing.
JuiceFS supports various open-source databases, including Redis, TiKV, MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and FoundationDB, giving you the flexibility to choose the right metadata engine for your specific requirements.
JuiceFS offers a suite of built-in tools to help you monitor system operation. From assessing system availability and resource status to enhancing user experience, you can delve deep and analyze the performance of your business services and applications.
If you encounter any problems when using JuiceFS, or find bugs in the code or documentation, please create an issue.
If you find any bugs in the code, or documentation, or want to contribute a new feature, please feel free to create a pull request. Before creating a pull request, please read the contribution guidelines carefully.
"JuiceFS helps Shopee ClickHouse stores hot and cold data separated via TTL policy automate, we don't need to scale the cluster at 2:00 AM anymore and reduce TCO significantly."
Teng, Shopee Data Infra team
Head of Infrastructure, Zhihu