Take Control of Your Data
Triton Object Storage is simple for developers familiar with Unix. Interact with a simple CLI and API, without the need to calculate object number or size.
Robust security is built-in, including object level security and access, deep role based access control, client SSH, and data encryption.
Proven at production scale, Triton Object Storage delivers replication, clustering, failover, backup,. and recovery capabilities.
Direct access to perform CRUD operations, search & transform using REST API supporting JSON. All REST APIs are modeled as streams for memory optimization.
Distributed and highly scalable, clustered object store with object level granularity. Replication across multiple data centers with per object replication controls.
No restrictions placed on the type, size, or number of objects that can be stored. Linear scalability with infrastructure provisioned.
Read after Write consistency protects against data corruption due to loss or disconnection of filesystems or mounted hardware disks.
SnapLinks allow you to create a point-in-time reference to the data and metadata that constitutes another object. SnapLinks are immutable helping to create arbitrary versioning schemes.
Triton Object Storage provides a Unix filesystem-like interface (directories, objects and links). CLI commands (e.g.
mput for put, or
mfind for find,
mlist for list...) for developers familiar with Unix.
By default, data is dual replicated and placed in separate data centers. ZFS RAID-Z stores your objects for higher durability. Data is erasure encoded across distributed disks.
Using standard tools like NumPy, SciPy, and R
Modern apps on mobile, realtime platforms, or the IoT generating exponential workloads of structured and unstructured data
Mobile and at the edge apps needing CDN to accelerate delivering data to customer end points
Backup and recovery of databases snapshots for transaction integrity, failover, and rebalancing
Backup of videos and photos taken from mobile phones stored on the cloud, transcoding, and thumbnail processing.
Checksum verification for integrity of data payloads that are stored in the cloud