⚠️Warning: DAOS is under heavy development. Use at your own risk.
What is DAOS?
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.
- Overview of the DAOS storage model
- DAOS API
- I/O middleware integration
- DAOS VOL plugin for HDF5
- ROMIO DAOS ADIO driver for MPI-IO
- The DFS library implements POSIX semantics over the DAOS API by encapsulating a POSIX namespace into a DAOS container. This library can be linked directly with the application (e.g. see IOR and mdtest DAOS backend), mounted locally through FUSE (one mountpoint per container) or integrated with the I/O Forwarding service for transparent access.
More information can be found on the wiki.