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Monday, September 21 • 10:35am - 11:25am
Move Objects to LTFS Tape Using HTTP Web Service Interface

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Tape has always been a reliable, low-cost, green medium for long-term storage needs. However, moving objects to tape has sometimes been challenging and expensive. The DS3 protocol, which is an extension of the S3 protocol popularized by Amazon, provides easy storage to tape through HTTP web services. Additionally, DS3 uses the open Linear Tape File System (LTFS) format to store the objects on tape, making the data readable by many applications. With DS3, developers can easily create applications that move data to tape.

Learning Objectives

Understand the DS3 HTTP protocol and how it can be used to move data to tape.
Learn the difference between DS3 and S3.
Review the software development kits (SDK) available to simplify DS3 application development.
See the sample client applications that have been built using the DS3 SDKs.
Understand the different components needed for DS3 application development.

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Jeff Braunstein

Developer Evangelist, Spectra Logic
Jeff has been with Spectra Logic for 13 years in the areas of Marketing Operations and business systems management. Jeff's background is in web development and programming. Currently, as Developer Evangelist, Jeff is responsible for ensuring that partners and customers have all necessary... Read More →
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Matt Starr

Chief Technical Officer, Spectra Logic
Matt Starr’s tenure with Spectra Logic spans 24 years and includes experience in service, hardware design, software development, operating systems, electronic design and management. As CTO, he is responsible for the company’s engineering department, manufacturing operations and... Read More →

Monday September 21, 2015 10:35am - 11:25am PDT
Stevens Creek Room

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