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JuiceFS is an open-source, distributed POSIX file system built on top of Redis and an object store service (for example, Amazon S3). If you're building new applications, then our recommendation has always been to interact directly with the object store without going through another abstraction layer. However, JuiceFS can be an option if you're migrating legacy applications that depend on traditional POSIX file systems to the cloud.