iRODS (integrated Rule-Oriented Data Systems) is a second generation data grid system providing a unified view and seamless access to distributed digital objects across a wide area network. It is an adaptive middleware data grid that operates by means of user-supplied rules and a Rule Engine which interprets the rules to decide how the system is to respond to various requests and conditions.
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Release Notes: This release adds ticket-based access, preliminary integration with NetCDF, doxygen documentation of the iRODS C API functions, support for FreeBSD, assorted minor improvements, security fixes, and minor enhancements.
Release Notes: The iRODS Rule Engine has been completely re-written. Acceleration under Windows. Improved debugging of rules. Other enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A very large number of extensions and bugfixes were added.
Release Notes: This release adds support for MySQL and Kerberos. It has many new system-level rules. It has better support for using and writing micro-services. It has support for pipes and syslog. There are many other enhancements.
Release Notes: Many enhancements have been made. These include the additions of Zone Federation and Master/Slave iCat with Oracle. There is also an initial release of the SRB to iRODS Migration tool. iRods FUSE support is enhanced. A "dataMode" metadata item was added so that the file mode of files uploaded to iRods and downloaded from iRods can be preserved. Many other enhancements and bugfixes have been made.