Announcing Parallel File Tools for File Storage

| March 1, 2019

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We are excited to share a new suite of Parallel File Tools that take advantage of the full performance of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure File Storage service. File Storage offers elastic performance where throughput grows with the amount of data stored in every file system. File Storage is best suited for parallel workloads that can use the scalable throughput. The Parallel File Tools provide parallel versions of tar, rm, and cp that run requests on large file systems in parallel, enabling you to make the best use of the performance characteristics of the File Storage service.

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