Our extensive use of NetApp solutions at SAS and our ongoing collaboration around the Direct Access File System (DAFS) have us convinced that Network Appliance has solutions to serve enterprises today and the vision to build the storage infrastructure for tomorrow.
What does DAFS stand for?
DAFS stands for Direct Access File System (consortium/collaboration)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of DAFS
We have 18 other meanings of DAFS in our Acronym Attic
- Direction de l'Administration et du Financement de la Recherche (French: Directorate of Administration and Research Funding; Algeria)
- Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (Ireland)
- Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
- Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Resources (Maine)
- Damage Analysis and Fundamental Studies
- Decoder-Assisted Frame Synchronization
- Defense Agencies Financial Service
- Department of Agriculture & Fisheries (Scotland)
- Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
- Diffraction Anomalous Fine Structure
- Direct Aerial Fire Support
- Document Attribute Format Specification
- Duty Air Force Specialty Code
- Dynamic Attachment Finite State Machine
- Department of the Air Force Special Order
- Deakin Accounting and Finance Students Society
- Data Acquisition Frequency Table
- Database Fishing Tool (software)
- Delegate, Act, File and Trash (time management)
- Denver Atheists & Freethinkers
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol promises to further accelerate this trend by adding high performance and transport independence to the TCO advantage.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a lightweight file access protocol optimized for high-performance, mission-critical data center environments.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a file access protocol, based on NFSv4 that is being designed to take advantage of new standard memory-to-memory interconnect technologies such as VI and InfiniBand in high-performance data center environments.