Domino provides several ways to store, access, version and manage data. Data can either be transferred and copied into Domino in the form of Datasets or data can be accessed from external data services and data volumes.
- Domino Datasets
Domino datasets provide high-performance, versioned, and structured filesystem storage in Domino. With Domino Datasets, you can build several curated collections of data in one project, and share them with your fellow contributors across their projects.
- Domino Data Sources
Data sources enable connecting to and reading data from external data services. Both Domino administrators and users can create data sources, and collaborators can use them too. Connection properties are stored securely and you don’t have to install data source-specific drivers or libraries.
- External Data Volumes
Domino projects can access data stored in external data volumes. External data volumes such as Network File System (NFS) are shared file systems that are mounted to Domino. You can then access the data, which is stored on a remote file system.