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|Persistent Memory Security DRAFT||Oct-16|
|DRAFT CDMI Extensions and Profiles||Jul-16|
|Self-contained Information Retention Format (SIRF) Specification v1.0 DRAFT||Feb-15|
|LTFS Bulk Transfer v1.0f||Oct-14|
|Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) Test Specification v1.0a||Apr-14|
|CDMI Reference Implementation v1.0e||Oct-13|
This draft white paper discusses approaches for securing persistent memory (PM); particularly considering unique characteristics of PM. One of those characteristics is the direct access aspect of the programming model (no required SW or HW layer that provides a convenient anchor for encryption). Another is the granularity of secured ranges including the value (and practicality) of different keys for different PM ranges. This work includes a threat model, responses to the threat model and impact on the NVM Programming Model.
The Swordfish Scalable Storage Management API (“Swordfish”) uses a data model representation inside of a hypermedia RESTful interface to define a customer centric interface for the management of storage and data services. It extends the DMTF Redfish API’s protocol and schema, and it enables the delivery of value-add, vendor-centric data alongside standardized items.
This document describes the management features and functions of a storage device class known as IP Based Drives. It includes a taxonomy covering the scope of involved device capabilities.
We propose an approach to digital content preservation that leverages the processes of the archival profession thus helping archivists remain comfortable with the digital domain. One of the major needs to make this strategy possible is a digital equivalent to the physical container - the archival box or file folder - that defines a series, and which can be labeled with standard information in a defined format to allow retrieval when needed. Self-contained Information Retention Format (SIRF) is intended to be that equivalent - a storage container format for a set of (digital) preservation objects that also provides a catalog with metadata related to the entire contents of the container as well as to the individual objects and their interrelationship. This logical container makes it easier and more efficient to provide many of the processes that will be needed to address threats to the digital content.
This document specifies the Self-contained Information Retention Format (SIRF) Level 1 and its serialization for LTFS, CDMI and OpenStack Swift.
The LTFS Bulk Transfer standard defines a method by which a set of files, directories and objects from a source system can be transferred to a destination system. The bulk transfer of large quantities of data is well suited for LTFS due to the economic and environmental characteristics of tape. Building on top of the LTFS format, a standardized method for transferring data is defined that provides many advantages.
In this test specification document, we define the overall test scope and test specifications for the Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA) to test the conformance to the CDMI specification.
The CDMI Reference Implementation is a SNIA Software development project that implements the Cloud Data Management Interface.
The Cloud Storage Technical Work Group is adding new functionality to CDMI by publishing individual extensions the the CDMI standard. These can be implemented as needed in conjunction with a CDMI implementation to add new functionality before the next release of CDMI. As implementation experience is gained and interoperable implementations are tested, these extensions will be made part of the next release of CDMI.
The Cloud Storage TWG will also be publishing profiles of CDMI that scope it down to specific use cases based on different types of clouds.
See the dedicated web page DRAFT CDMI Extensions and Profiles for additional information.