802 packages returned for Tags:"Storage"

This client library enables working with the Microsoft Azure Storage Queue service for storing messages that may be accessed by a client. For this release see notes - https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-net/blob/master/sdk/storage/Azure.Storage.Queues/README.md and... More information
This client library enables working with the Microsoft Azure Storage File Shares service for storing binary and text data. For this release see notes - https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-net/blob/master/sdk/storage/Azure.Storage.Files.Shares/README.md and... More information
  • 1,809,465 total downloads
  • last updated 5/29/2020
  • Latest version: 3.1.0
  • Storage Google Cloud
Recommended Google client library to access the Google Cloud Storage API. It wraps the Google.Apis.Storage.v1 client library, making common operations simpler in client code. Google Cloud Storage stores and retrieves potentially large, immutable data objects.
ManagedEsent provides managed access to ESENT, the embeddable database engine native to Windows. ManagedEsent uses the esent.dll that is part of Microsoft Windows so there are no extra unmanaged binaries to download and install.
Minio by: minio
  • 510,943 total downloads
  • last updated 5/28/2020
  • Latest version: 3.1.13
  • minio cloud storage
Minio .NET SDK for Amazon S3 Compatible Cloud Storage.
Microsoft Azure Storage DataMovement Library offers a set of APIs extending the existing Azure Storage .Net Client Library to help customer transfer Azure Blob and File Storage with high-performance, scalability and reliability. For this release, see notes -... More information
OpenMcdf is a 100% .net / C# component that allows developers to manipulate Microsoft Compound Document File Format for OLE structured storage. It supports read/write operations on streams and storages and traversal of structures tree.
The purpose of the EventStore is to represent a series of events as a stream. NEventStore is a persistence agnostic event sourcing library for .NET. The primary use is most often associated with CQRS.