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    https://www.storagereview.com/news/nvme-hdd-security-out-of-band-attestation-introduced-at-ocp

    …There has been a lot of movement around NVMe 2.0 since the specifications were released in April, with an updated specification, NVMe 2.0c, published in October. Something to highlight is the NVMe 2.0 specifications were “restructured to enable faster and simpler development of NVMe solutions and to support the increasingly diverse NVMe device environment.” Now, NVMe 2.0 ratifies support for spinning disks

    Adding support for NVMe provides a layer of security that had been unavailable in the past. In a standard SATA or SAS environment, especially with JBODs, it was possible to insert a drive or chassis into the data path, and the system would start scanning the new devices. Once the scan is complete, SAS verifies the volume, or RAID group, exists, providing the path for the disks to be injected through the discovery process…

    The takeaway from the NVMe HDD presentation at OCP Global Summit was to focus on the goal of consolidating on NVMe as the primary storage interface, without the need for a bridge or any third-party hardware, and making NVMe the standard transport layer for storage I/O across all types of media. ..

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