iXsystems has released FreeNAS 11.3 and has also begun taking orders for TrueNAS X-Series and M-Series systems with TrueNAS 11.3. Version 11.3 represents another major advancement in the quality and functionality of the leading Open Storage platform. Building upon the very popular API and Web UI improvements of the previous release, 11.3 introduces easy-setup wizards, major replication improvements, and over 500 other enhancements.
iXsystems presents the January 2020 Newsletter.
To take an honest look at performance and assist our users in sizing and selecting their TrueNAS systems, we collaborated with ESG to provide independent validation of the TrueNAS M50 in a comprehensive report. ESG’s review concluded that iXsystems can typically offer up to double the performance at half the cost of its major competitors.
Google Drive and G Suite are widely used tools for creating and sharing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with team members. FreeNAS and TrueNAS offer the ability to back up Google Drive easily, using the built-in cloud sync. This blog will explain how to set up Google Drive sync with FreeNAS 11.3, as well as provide a few caveats and workarounds when backing up Google Docs and other Google created content.
WireGuard is quickly gaining popularity in the VPN marketplace due to its speed, simplicity, and modern cryptography standards. Starting with FreeNAS version 11.3-RC1, it is possible to connect your NAS directly to a WireGuard network with a few easy steps. We get...
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.
iXsystems presents the December 2019 Newsletter.
We appreciate the FreeNAS DIY users that have always played a critical role in the growth and success of FreeNAS around the world. From repurposed systems to highly-custom builds, the fundamental freedom of FreeNAS is the ability to run it on nearly any x86 computer. In celebration of the upcoming FreeNAS 11.3 release, we have brought together the wisdom of our engineering staff and top blog posts to produce the first comprehensive FreeNAS Hardware Guide to complement the official hardware requirements and the community’s highly-detailed Hardware Recommendations Guide.
December’s plugins update addresses a ClamAV security advisory, updates a few plugins to their latest available versions, and introduces the Cloudstack plugin as ready for testing. The latest plugins versions should appear in Plugins ⇾ Available. To update an existing plugin, click its 3-dot action item and select Update.
iXsystems presents the November 2019 Newsletter.