Diamond is a read/write higly available and
partition-tolerant file system. It allows a user to edit
a the file system at the same time, from many devices.
Diamond consists of a set of logs, one for each device, which is stored on a trusted online backend,
accessible through a simple put/get interface. This
allows end-user to easily switch to another storage
provider. Each device appends to its own log to modify the file system and reads from all the logs to find
Diamond presents data through a conventionnal
file system interface. End-users can mount either a
read-write version of the device current file system
version or read-only mount a previous version viewed
by any device. This allows the end-user to access all
the file versions may they be from the past or another
device and to modify its current version.