The latest plugins update addresses ClamAV and GitLab security advisories and updates a few plugins to their latest available versions. The latest versions should appear in Plugins ⇾ Available and existing plugin installations can be updated to the new versions using the instructions below.
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.
iXsystems presents the August 2019 Newsletter.
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.
iXsystems has been building FreeNAS systems with all-flash for a few years now. Every year, it gets faster and cheaper as more users make the switch to all-flash for their performance workloads. iXsystems is now offering a special 2U FreeNAS Certified system to meet the same requirements – preassembled, preloaded and ready to deploy. After optimizing the “Centurion” system for performance and cost, we found we can deliver a full FreeNAS All-Flash 100TB system for $24,900.
The latest plugins update addresses several MySQL security advisories and updates a few plugins to their latest available versions. The latest versions should appear in Plugins ⇾ Available and existing plugin installations can be updated to the new versions using the instructions found in this update.
This blog will go over the steps necessary to create a share in FreeNAS and then use that as storage in a Docker container. TrueNAS users can follow the same process and provide high-availability (HA) shares to their Docker hosts. With the upcoming TrueNAS 11.3 release, the TrueNAS web interface will also be similar to the FreeNAS web interface shown in this blog.
iXsystems presents the July 2019 Newsletter.
TrueNAS Unified Storage is always improving its support of virtualization and private clouds. Pairing the reliable and scalable performance of ZFS with all-flash and hybrid-flash configurations, TrueNAS is a natural fit for the virtual storage backends of VMware ESXi®, Microsoft® Hyper-V®, XenServer®, or KVM hypervisors.
TrueNAS 11.2 is here with a slew of performance, architecture, and usability enhancements. The update features enhanced APIs, ZFS improvements, and multi-threaded Samba 4.9 to ensure users are getting maximum performance and manageability.