We are pleased to announce the latest release of OSNEXUS QuantaStor 3.15, an update that constitutes a major milestone as it includes improvements for HA ZFS storage pools, and performance and scalability enhancements that will greatly speed up all deployments…. Read More ›
QuantaStor provides scale-out NAS capabilities using CIFS/SMB and NFS as well as via the GlusterFS client protocol for scale-out deployments. For those not familiar with GlusterFS, it’s a scale-out filesystem that ties multiple underlying files systems together across appliances to… Read More ›
During the Paris OpenStack Summit earlier this month, Red Hat announced the latest version of GlusterFS, version 3.6.0, with new features including volume snapshots, erasure coding across GlusterFS volumes, improved SSL support, and rewritten automatic file replication code for improved… Read More ›
From a business process perspective, a “disaster” needs to encompass everything from application downtime or hardware failures to computer viruses and hackers that cause business disruptions with economic consequences that may be just as impactful as a fire or flood…. Read More ›
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), one of the most complex experimental facilities ever built, is an underground ring roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) in circumference, crossing through parts of both Switzerland and France, where speeding particles travel around at 99.99… Read More ›
The OSNEXUS team added high-availability capability to QuantaStor V3.9. Take a look at Steve’s video to see how easy it is to setup and configure a HA environment.