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GIFEE

GIFEE is "Google's infrastructure for everyone else"

Overview

Landscape

Joseph Jacks has put together a good reference to the mapping between Google and OSS tech.

gstack

Papers

Here's some papers to read. We'll be basing our tech off these starting with 2006 technologies.

More papers

Projects

Here's a list of existing projects based on or related to GIFEE

Borg

  • Kubernetes Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management
  • Nomad A Distributed, Highly Available, Datacenter-Aware Scheduler
  • Mesos A distributed systems kernel

Borgmon

  • Prometheus Systems monitoring and alerting toolkit

BigTable

  • HBase A distributed, scalable, big data store

Chubby

  • Zookeeper Highly reliable distributed coordination
  • Etcd Distributed reliable key-value store

GFS

  • Torus Torus Distributed Storage
  • HDFS A distributed Java-based file system

Spanner

  • CockroachDB A Scalable, Survivable, Strongly-Consistent SQL Database
  • TiDB A distributed HTAP database compatible with MySQL protocol

Community

GIFEE has a slack at gifee.slack.com. Invite yourself at slack.gifee.cloud

Follow on twitter at @gifeecloud

FAQ

What does GIFEE mean?

GIFEE is an acronym for Google's Infrastructure for Everyone Else.

It's a term which has become a reference for open source equivalents of Google's technology.

What is this repo?

GitHub/GIFEE is a place to experiment with ideas based on Google's infrastructure and for reference architectures.

What will be built?

GIFEE will be a reference architecture for cloud-native based on Google technology.

Will it be hosted?

GIFEE projects will likely be hosted at gifee.cloud

Will it be Open Source?

Yes all GIFEE projects will be open source

Can we contribute?

Yes. Whether it be reference architectures, docs, images, whatever. Please join in on the fun.