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Specification Posted
TLS Specification for Storage Systems v2.0 Dec-2020
Computational Storage Architecture and Programming Model v0.5 rev 1 Aug-2020
DRAFT CDMI Extensions and Profiles Jul-2016

 


TLS Specification for Storage Systems v2.0

This document specifies the requirements and guidance for use of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol in conjunction with data storage technologies. The requirements are intended to facilitate secure interoperability of storage clients and servers as well as non-storage technologies that may have similar interoperability needs. This document was developed with the expectation that future versions of SMI-S and CDMI could leverage these requirements to ensure consistency between these standards as well as to more rapidly adjust the security functionality in these standards.


Computational Storage Architecture and Programming Model v0.5 rev 1

This SNIA document defines recommended behavior for hardware and software that supports Computational Storage.


DRAFT CDMI Extensions and Profiles

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.