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Comments for Document: OGF22 Data Workshop Report
|Author(s):||D. Martin, E. Laure, J. Replogle|
|Public Comment End:||27 Jul, 2008|
Although the data itself does not change, the metadata may be changed or updated. SNIA’s XAM (eXtensible Access Method) effort is intended to provide a common architecture and API for managing metadata of fixed content across different storage systems.
In addition to the data that does not change, some of the metadata also does not change, while other metadata may be subsequently changed or updated. SNIA’s XAM (eXtensible Access Method) effort is intended to provide a common architecture and APIs for storing, protecting and managing fixed content along with associated metadata across different storage systems.