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Sheepdog is a distributed object storage system for volume and container services and manages the disks and nodes intelligently. Sheepdog features ease of use, simplicity of code and can scale out to thousands of nodes. The block level volume abstraction can be attached to QEMU virtual machines and Linux SCSI Target and supports advanced volume management features such as snapshot, cloning, and thin provisioning.
The object level container abstraction is designed to be Openstack Swift and Amazon S3 API compatible and can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data with a simple web services interface.
QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer. When used as a machine emulator, QEMU can run OSes and programs made for one machine (e.g. an ARM board) on a different machine (e.g. your own PC). By using dynamic translation, it achieves very good performance.
The Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS) is an open-source software-defined object store designed from the ground up for massively distributed Non Volatile Memory (NVM). DAOS takes advantage of next generation NVM technology like Storage Class Memory (SCM) and NVM express (NVMe) while presenting a key-value storage interface and providing features such as transactional non-blocking I/O, advanced data protection with self-healing on top of commodity hardware, end-to-end data integrity, fine-grained data control and elastic storage to optimize performance and cost. DAOS is licensed under the BSD-2-Clause Plus Patent License. Please see the LICENSE & NOTICE files for more information.
The aim of the project is to develop an open source iSCSI target with professional features, works well in enterprise environment under real workload, and is scalable and versatile enough to meet the challenge of future storage needs and developements.
QEMU is a generic and open source machine & userspace emulator and virtualizer. QEMU is capable of emulating a complete machine in software without any need for hardware virtualization support. By using dynamic translation, it achieves very good performance. QEMU can also integrate with the Xen and KVM hypervisors to provide emulated hardware while allowing the hypervisor to manage the CPU. With hypervisor support, QEMU can achieve near native performance for CPUs. When QEMU emulates CPUs directly it is capable of running operating systems made for one machine (e.g. an ARMv7 board) on a different machine (e.g. an x86_64 PC board).
LizardFS Software Defined Storage is a distributed, parallel, scalable, fault-tolerant, Geo-Redundant and highly available file system. It spreads data over a number of physical servers, making it visible to an end user as a single file system.
Gluster is a software defined distributed storage that can scale to several petabytes. It provides interfaces for object, block and file storage. It is a distributed scale-out filesystem that allows rapid provisioning of additional storage based on your storage consumption needs. It incorporates automatic failover as a primary feature.
OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.
Generic SCSI target subsystem for Linux SCST allows creation of sophisticated storage devices. It includes generic SCSI target core with SCSI target drivers and backend handlers. There are target drivers for iSCSI, Fibre Channel, SRP, SAS, FCoE, etc.
MooseFS is a Petabyte Open Source Network Distributed File System. It is easy to deploy and maintain, fault tolerant, highly performing, easily scalable, POSIX compliant. MooseFS Linux Client uses FUSE. MooseFS macOS Client uses FUSE for macOS.
OSX-KVM runs El Capitan, macOS Sierra, High Sierra and Mojave on QEMU/KVM. It does not require an existing physical/virtual macOS installation. However it requires internet access during the macOS installation process. Offline macOS installations are also possible with the OSX-KVM project.
Pravega is an open source distributed storage service implementing Streams. It offers Stream as the main primitive for the foundation of reliable storage systems: a high-performance, durable, elastic, and unlimited append-only byte stream with strict ordering and consistency.
OpenIO SDS is a software solution for object storage, targeting very large-scale unstructured data volumes.Please refer to BUILD.md for detailed information about how to compile and configure the solution.
Openfiler is a browser-based network storage management utility. Linux-powered, Openfiler delivers file-based Network Attached Storage (NAS) and block-based SAN in a single framework. It supports CIFS, NFS, HTTP/DAV, FTP, and iSCSI.
runq is a hypervisor-based Docker runtime based on runc to run regular Docker images in a lightweight KVM/Qemu virtual machine. The focus is on solving real problems, not on number of features. runq requires a host kernel >= 4.8 with KVM and VHOST_VSOCK support enabled. The easiest way to build runq and to put all dependencies together is using Docker. For fast development cycles a regular build environment might be more efficient. For this refer to section Developing runq below.
This is a fork of the kAFL kernel fuzzer. It can be used for targets that execute efficiently as Qemu/KVM guests, including BIOS, custom kernels and full-blown Linux VMs. kAFL uses Qemu/KVM and Intel PT to provide fast execution and coverage feedback. This allows to run many x86 FW and OS kernels with any desired toolchain and without major modifications.
Open vSwitch is well suited to function as a virtual switch in VM environments. In addition to exposing standard control and visibility interfaces to the virtual networking layer, it was designed to support distribution across multiple physical servers. Open vSwitch supports multiple Linux-based virtualization technologies including Xen/XenServer, KVM, and VirtualBox.
Virtual Machine Manager for Go (govmm) is a suite of packages that provide Go APIs for creating and managing virtual machines. There's currently support for only one hypervisor, qemu/kvm (version 5.0 and later), support for which is provided by the github.com/kata-containers/govmm/qemu package. The qemu package provides APIs for launching qemu instances and for managing those instances via QMP, once launched. VM instances can be stopped, have devices attached to them and monitored for events via the qemu APIs.