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Project StoreX

The original code name from Sun for the development of Java-based standards for storage services and management. Launched in 1999 as the Jiro platform and evolving to the Jini Community, the specifications provide standards for data services and management services. Areas covered include backup, remote mirroring and data sharing, plus serviceability, configurability, online diagnostics, and policy management. For more information, visit www.jini.org.
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Legato says Celestra can also work with Sun Microsystems Inc's StoreX Java storage management APIs: StoreX still requires the use of a data mover program plus a data manager application to manage the data mover.
Meanwhile, Sun Microsystems is attempting to bring standardization to the arena with a new architecture, called StoreX, for linking, controlling, and managing storage devices across the enterprise.
It's also been working with Sun Microsystems Inc's StoreX (now renamed Jiro) and Jini technology.
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Jiro, previously known as StoreX, uses Java and Jini technologies for the management and interoperability of storage area networks.
All well and good, but in addition to Sun's Jiro (nee StoreX) APIs there still remains a confusing number of groups and interests competing for control of the storage interface.
Sticking with its naming convention, Sun Microsystems Inc has wheeled out a first cut of its Project StoreX Java storage management APIs which will henceforth be know as Jiro.
It doesn't know how the MIB might be supported by rival Sun Microsystems Inc's StoreX Java-based storage management APIs.