Igneous provides Unstructured Data Management as-a-Service. It enables applications to interact with data at LAN speeds using the S3 API, the de facto standard for RESTful access to object storage. Please reference the following materials to help you get started.
The S3 protocol is now a standard way to provide connectivity to object storage. Though we strive for datacenter-appropriate API compatibility to S3, we have not yet implemented all the S3 verbs. Please use this document to reference Igneous-specific support for S3.Download
Boto3 is AWS's SDK for Python, created to allow developers to easily interact with Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud using the S3 API. Reference this document for simple Python examples demonstrating how to interact with Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud using Boto3.Download
Stateless web services allow applications to retry requests should the target endpoint be unavailable. Reference this document for an example of how to implement retry operations using Boto3 with your application.Download
Igneous Event Stream is a publish/subscribe API that enables notification on changed objects to Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud. The event stream publishes object information, including metadata to enable serverless computing or notification. This document describes the usage and code example on usage.Download
Hadoop is a widely used, open source analytical framework which is used to process and analyze large amounts of semi-structured and unstructured data. Igneous can be used as a backing store for Hadoop via the S3 API. This document will show you the basics of configuring a Hadoop cluster to read and write data to Igneous, as well as examples on how to run Hadoop commands and jobs.Download
This document describes the API for setting up an SSL certificate that connects HTTPS to the S3 frontend of the Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud.Download