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Sheepdog - Distributed Storage System for QEMU

  •    C

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.

edge-dev - NexentaEdge DevOps Edition, scale-out S3, SWIFT, NFS and iSCSI/NBD unified storage solution

  •    API

Fast, feature rich and easy to use File, Block and Object storage for your Cloud-Native Applications. It is designed to make use of off the shelf storage and networking infrastructure and present it as enterprise grade SDS (Software-Defined Storage) solution. NexentaEdge deployed as containers on physical or virtual hosts, pooling allocated storage capacity and presenting it for consumption by applications. NexentaEdge designed with High-Performance and Data Reduction in mind. It provides best in class throughput and latency characteristics while saving overall allocated space with built-in in-line global De-Duplication, Compression and off-line Erasure Encoding.

gotgt - Simple Golang SCSI Target framework

  •    Go

The gotgt project is a simple SCSI Target framework implemented in golang built for performance and density. Very briefly, this iSCSI/SCSI target Go implementation can be included/imported as a library to allow upper layer iSCSI clients to communicate to the actual SCSI devices. The target configuration is static with a json file for the time being. The core functionality of this target library provides the iSCSI/SCSI protocol services. A simple flat file based LUN target implementation is provided with plug-in interface. In the future, a formal plugin mechanism will be provided and supported to work with more sophisticated backend storage arrays. Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices. The SCSI standards define commands, protocols, electrical and optical interfaces. SCSI is most commonly used for hard disk drives and tape drives, but it can connect a wide range of other devices, including scanners and CD drives, although not all controllers can handle all devices.