A few examples of Data Management based on Quality of Service and Data Lifecycle Management:
- The User can specify the number of replicas and the QoS associated for each of them, i.e. one on fast storage (disks on SSDs) and two on tape in three different locations. The system should be able to automatically maintain in time that policy verified.
- The User can specify that certain datasets always have a mirror, checking the replicas status in real time or quasi-real time.
- The user can specify that a number of replicas are created and they have to be accessed with different protocols, i.e. http, xrootd, srm)
- The user can specify movements between QoS and/or changes in access controls based on data age (i.e quarantine periods, move to Tape old data)