A library for creating and managing virtual disk drives backed by standalone datastores.
Create and Manage Virtual Disk Drives
CBFS Disk allows you to create virtual disk drives formatted as FAT, NTFS, or any other filesystem with just a few lines of code. The contents of each virtual disk drive are stored in a single contiguous block of data, managed by the CBFS Disk system driver itself. All your application has to do is decide where to store it, and then handle read and write requests performed on it. It's that easy.
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Easy-to-Use Integration Features
Store Data Anywhere
The contents of each virtual disk drive are exposed to your application as a single block of data, which you're free to store anywhere—in memory, on a local storage device, in remote locations, or anywhere else your application has access to.
Create Virtual Snapshots
Since your application controls where the virtual disk drive's contents are stored, it can easily "snapshot" the disk at any time. Such snapshots allow your application to easily roll back the entire disk to an earlier state if necessary.
The simplified deployment scheme eliminates architecture detection and potential errors. A single CAB file contains all of the drivers and Helper DLLs that are necessary for driver installation.
Flexible Mounting Options
Includes support for network mounting points, session-local mounting points, PnP device emulation, and UNC paths. Mount disks as fixed or removable. Multiple mounting points per disk are supported.
CBFS Disk's event-driven design makes it easy for your application to implement whole-disk encryption that operates on-the-fly. End-users will have peace of mind knowing that their data is secure.
The CBFS Disk system driver handles all of the complexities, so its API is simple and easy-to-use. Once a virtual disk drive is created, your application can use standard file APIs to handle the required events.