Code Willing’s Content Addressable Storage (CAS) system works for anyone who requires local or cloud-based storage of large numbers of files and the ability to configure fine-grained permissions for access to those files. The CAS system combines several technical features to provide a single, consolidated interface to all files, regardless of their physical location.
The CAS system provides an HTTP REST API for storing files locally or in the cloud. With CAS, consumers of the various files do not need to know about where or how the file content is stored.
With the CAS security model, managers can grant fine-grained permissions for reading, updating or deleting files which provides the flexibility necessary to comply with financial industry regulations and/or contractual obligations related to the files’ content.
The CAS system provides a centralized point of access to files and an administration tool for managing role-based permissions for accessing those files.
CAS combines storage and bandwidth optimizations, local caching and role-based security into a single storage platform.
We provide multiple methods of access including: command line, FUSE file system driver, and code libraries for Python and Go.
All files in CAS are available through a FUSE-based filesystem for Linux, allowing access by existing non-cloud-aware tools and applications.
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