SeaweedFS is an efficient distributed file storage system that drew inspiration from Facebook’s Haystack. It excels in fast read and write operations for small data blocks. JuiceFS is a cloud-native distributed file system that delivers massive, elastic, and high-performance storage at a low cost.

This article aims to compare the design and features of SeaweedFS and JuiceFS, helping users make informed decisions when selecting a file storage system. The comparison will focus on their architectures, metadata storage, data storage, access protocols, and extended features. To summarize the information, a table will be provided at the end of the article.

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