FreeNAS is used in 99% of the countries in the world, and after almost nine years in service and countless community contributions, the legacy FreeNAS GUI was translated into over 50 languages! If you are a multilingual FreeNAS fan, a great way to get involved and help contribute is to assist in the translation from the original English into another language.
TrueNAS and FreeNAS can both support virtualization workloads. FreeNAS is great for development, labs, and other non-critical use-cases. TrueNAS is a platform designed for critical applications where enterprise support and HA are generally needed for production. TrueNAS also includes vSphere certification and vCenter plugins to reduce operating costs and complexity. TrueCommand provides the “single pane of glass” for simplifying the management of many NAS systems and replication targets.
VMworld is returning to San Francisco and the iXsystems team will showcase our wide range of server and storage solutions for VMware, all powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors and ZFS. From strategic upgrades to new deployments, iXsystems has a VMware-ready solution for every size workload, both current and future. iXsystems TrueNAS storage solutions with ZFS grow with you, from a few hybrid or all-flash terabytes, to hybrid solutions of over ten petabytes. Stop by booth #966 for a chance to win a FreeNAS Mini and learn which VMware-ready iXsystems solutions can help you Make Your Mark.
The 17th annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) took place from March 7-10 at the Pasadena Convention Center. There were about 150 exhibitors along with nearly 130 sessions, tutorials, and events. Around 3,300 attendees from around the globe descended upon the exhibit hall and explored all the events and sessions SCaLE had to offer. The iXsystems Team staffed two booths at the conference, the FreeBSD Booth (#515) and the iXsystems Booth (#517).
Las Vegas was hot, and it wasn’t just the desert. VMworld was smoking! Last week, 25,000 IT professionals descended upon Las Vegas, a city known for its neon light architecture, and discussed a different type of architecture at VMworld — one that is virtualized. The iXsystems devils were busy at Booth #1224 sharing our expertise on how to protect VMs and ensure fast and reliable access to data.