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We've compiled a list of 15 free and paid alternatives to XtreemFS. The primary competitors include Ext2Fsd, DiskInternals Linux Reader. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between XtreemFS and Ext2Read (Ext2Explore), HFSExplorer, LizardFS. Also you can look at other similar options here: OS and Utilities.

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XtreemFS is an object-based, distributed file system for wide area networks.

XtreemFS Overview

XtreemFS is an object-based, distributed file system for wide area networks. The file system replicates objects for fault tolerance and caches metadata and data to improve performance over high-latency links. SSL and X.509 certificates support make XtreemFS usable over public networks.

XtreemFS Features

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XtreemFS Platforms

Windows Linux Mac

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XtreemFS Categories

OS and Utilities

XtreemFS Tags

wan database-replication filesystem

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