XtreemFS is a general purpose storage system and covers most storage needs in a single deployment. It is open-source, requires no special hardware or kernel modules, and can be mounted on Linux, Windows and OS X.
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- Xiao, Peng; Hu, Zhi-Gang; Zhang, Yan-Ping: An energy-aware heuristic scheduling for data-intensive workflows in virtualized datacenters (2013)
- Nicolae, Bogdan; Antoniu, Gabriel; Bougé, Luc; Moise, Diana; Carpen-Amarie, Alexandra: BlobSeer: Next-generation data management for large scale infrastructures (2011)
- Hupfeld, Felix; Kolbeck, Björn; Stender, Jan; Högqvist, Mikael; Cortes, Toni; Martí, Jonathan; Malo, Jesús: FaTLease: scalable fault-tolerant lease negotiation with Paxos (2009)
- Hupfeld, Felix; Cortes, Toni; Kolbeck, Björn; Stender, Jan; Focht, Erich; Hess, Matthias; Malo, Jesus; Marti, Jonathan; Cesario, Eugenio: The XtreemFS architecture - a case for object-based file systems in grids (2008)