The Open Cloud Consortium (OCC):Supports the development of standards for cloud computing and frameworks for inter-operating between clouds; develops benchmarks for cloud computing; supports reference implementations for cloud computing, preferably open source reference implementations; manages a testbed for cloud computing called the Open Cloud Testbed; sponsors workshops and other events related to cloud computing. Large Data Cloud Interoperability
This site discusses various open source projects intended to support interoperability between large data clouds. These projects include:
Sector JNI A Java Native Interface / NIO interface to the Sector C++ client API, allowing Java clients to access the Sector distributed file system. PySector A Python extension to the Sector C++ client, allowing Python clients to access the Sector distributed file system. PySphere A Python embedding of the Sector / Sphere MapReduce framework. SectorFileSystem An implementation of the Hadoop File System abstraction which allows Hadoop MapReduce applications to be executed against data stored in the Sector distributed file system. ThriftStore A Thrift based service providing a common interface over multiple cloud storage systems.
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