XAM Technical Position - v1.0.1

These documents have been released and approved by the SNIA. The SNIA believes that the ideas, methodologies, and technologies described in these documents accurately represent the SNIA goals and are appropriate for widespread distribution. Suggestions for revision should be directed to the SNIA Technical Council Managing Director at tcmd@snia.org.

  • XAM v1.0.1 - Part 1: Architecture
    This document is intended to be used by two broad audiences. The first audience consists of application programmers who wish to use the XAM Application Programmers Interface (API) to create, access, manage, and query reference content through standardized methods that are collectively referred to as XAM (eXtensible Access Method). The second audience consists of those those storage system vendors who are creating vendor interface modules (VIMs).

  • XAM v1.0.1 - Part 2: C API
    This document forms part of the XAM Software Development Kit (SDK). It is a complete reference document for C application development using the XAM API. It is intended for experienced programmers, for those developing applications that interface with storage systems that support the XAM API, and for those developing components of the XAM Library itself. For an overview of the SNIA XAM, refer to the Business Overview chapter in the XAM Architecture Specification.

     

  • XAM v1.0.1 - Part 3: JAVA API
    This document forms part of the XAM Software Development Kit (SDK). It is a complete reference document for Java application development using the XAM API. It is intended for experienced programmers, for those developing applications that interface with storage systems which support the XAM API, and for those developing components of the XAM Library itself. For an overview of the SNIA XAM, refer to the Business Overview chapter in the XAM Architecture Specification.

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