Twisted Storage converts any number of storage systems, legacy or green-field, into a single petabyte-scale cloud. A Twisted Storage cloud is ideal for unstructured data, digital media storage, and archiving.
|Tags||Archiving Information Management Document Repositories Cloud Storage Distributed Networking|
|Operating Systems||Windows Linux Mac OS X|
The Twisted Server project announces the release of its distributed key-value server, called TSnosql. TSnosql is a portable, distributed "NoSql" key-value server appropriate for any environment that needs to support more than just string data types. TSnosql supports strings, list and sets in which each individual item can be up to 1MB long and contain any type of data including binary. TSnosql includes features necessary for the complex environments of today. TSnosql support multiple, isolated name spaces. Key-values can be aged, limiting their lifetime. And the various key-values can also be written to disk and restored as necessary. Finally TSnosql supports multiple servers working as one. Today it supports one master and multiple slaves. Newer versions of TSnosql will support multiple master mode. TSnosql is part of the newest release of Twisted Storage.
Release Notes: A rework of the way global changes were broadcast. An issue with FTP Service not using the correct home directory has been fixed. Some minor bugs in the system have been fixed. Support has been added to allow broadcast/multicast mode to be selected on the command line, overriding the .ini file. Work has been done on wwSetup.py, though it is still broken.
No changes have been submitted for this release.