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DCFS – Further Discussion on Cloud Computing and Distributed Storage

Adriaan Brits

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In the Web 3.0 era, it doesn’t matter what the result is, or whether there is a clear definition. Everyone has a definition of Web 3.0 in their hearts, and constantly feels it around them, forming a cognition that surrounds it. The day will come when you truly realize what Web 3.0 is!

From the writer’s point of view, computing is all the same. You could never get rid of the base layer of the computing source, and the computing source comes from the bottom of the chip. Such as Nvidia chips, will finally provide service for business scenarios or individual use in home-use or data center.

Storage is also the same, it provides service from hard disk media service at the physical bottom layer, it doesn’t even have to be a hard disk, just a storage media existence service. But this kind of medium is more of ancient disks, tapes in the Web 1.0 era. In Web 2.0, it updated to be mechanical hard disks, hard drive, etc. While in the Web 3.0 era, the base layer medium is evolving, however, the final servicing shape is still the same. 

The biggest difference lies in the different forms passed to users by the same resource. Is it through a pact, or signing a contract, is it the same way as in the past in the Internet era? Such as signing contract, a cloud manufacturer signed some contracts with Amazon to get the hidden resources, then it will provide service to the next-level source provider. In the next era, the resources will still be the same, but the form of getting the source is actually different, you don’t need to sign a contract anymore, instead, you just need to obey some certain protocol or standards to get this resource.

On the other hand, on the demand side, it’s the same logic. Do we need to realize no permission required mechanism? Is it possible for users to use the resources without any barriers?

Now the facilities of Web 3.0, Web 2.0 are also very fragile. At the end of last year, the major cloud vendors had a lot of outages. If we go back a little bit further in time, the Facebook server was once down, affecting Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp. We will find that the Internet applications that we were very familiar with experienced breaking down once or more times.

In Web 3.0, can we find a way to raise the reliability of the resources, which will not be easy to be down, nor easy to get erased with the data, ownership will not easily be tampered with. This is the ideal Web 3.0 infrastructure of the future!

With the gradual landing and popularization of new services such as artificial intelligence, 5G, HPC, and edge computing, the diversification of computing power is required.

Based on blockchain technology, DCFS develops a distributed network of high-performance computing power systems that is efficient, secure, low-cost, private, and scalable. DCFS supports multiple dimensions of computing power to meet the personalized computing power requirements of different application scenarios and provides a perfect peripheral computing power infrastructure for applications based on hardware/software collaboration architecture.

DCFS takes “computing power as the core, application as the driving force” as its core idea, focusing on promoting the application of emerging technologies and technological innovation, and the application level and computing capacity will be coordinated development, to form a close interacting loop of computing capacity, application level, and economic growth. DCFS aims to build the infrastructure of the Internet of Things + Artificial Intelligent + Big Data, plans to create a cost-effective, low-latency, high-density, wide-coverage, flexible, secure, infinitely scalable distributed computing power network.

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