the implementation of an unconstrained namespace
for ISBD, almost ready for publication; the unconstrained namespace
is distinguished from the constrained namespace
by the simple inclusion of a subdirectory "/unc", but does not include the domain Resource in order to make it possible the use of ISBD data by other communities;
The industry is well positioned to adopt a more relevant namespace
that actually describes [its business].
OpenStorage solutions provider Nexenta Systems announced on Tuesday Namespace
Cluster, which allows users to connect thousands of nodes to work together as one file system.
Assignment of identifiers within a URN namespace
usually requires approval by a central authority, which may delegate this responsibility to others.
As organisations grow, the namespace
must be able to scale almost infinitely.
There are two namespace
technologies that most companies currently use: distributed file system (DFS) and Automounter.
When users select a file from the namespace
, a request is sent from the client machine to the namespace
These solutions use the same divide-and-conquer approach as scale-out computing architectures--spreading data across the storage cluster, enhancing data and metadata operation throughput by distributing load, and providing a single point of management and single namespace
for a large, high performance file system.
Scheme for XPointer Helps Avoid Name Clashes
By providing better integration with XML Namespaces
, it makes it easier than it has ever been to define the elements and attributes in a namespace
, and to validate documents that use multiple namespaces
defined by different schemas, according to the announcement.
XML Schema also provides a way for users of ecommerce systems to choose which XML Schema they use to validate elements in a given namespace
, thus providing better assurance in ecommerce transactions and greater security against unauthorized changes to validation rules.
Once a namespace
reaches General Availability, domain names are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.