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This is a more exploratory question wrt. if this is at all possible?
I recently blogged about recently open-sourced EdgeFS and its benefits over to IPFS here:
EdgeFS is in production since 2017 at many customer installations and a solid open core at this point, with deep Kubernetes integration. Cool benefits of EdgeFS is that it is a high performant solution (Local network performance measured in Millions of IOPS over 40Gbps networks), perhaps the fastest you can find that is based on immutable decentralized design.
EdgeFS was specifically created to address Edge/IoT Computing use cases where WAN networking isn't suitable/available at all time, efficient caching is crucial, high-performance is a must, with ability to operate in offline mode for many days. As such, we've implemented a so-called Transaction Log which is running at each segment, that keeps track of ordered versioned modifications and later distributes it over the distance to all the subscribers.
The idea here is that will it make sense to send those chunks over to "Safe Network" so that the final object versions then later can be reconstructed at any other EdgeFS segment that has a contractual agreement to do so?
I recently added it to DApps here:
Please let me know what you think?
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