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TrueNAS M-Series Certified as Veeam Ready
San Jose, CA — iXsystems, the industry leader in storage and servers driven by Open Source, announced its TrueNAS M-Series has met the requirements as a Veeam Ready Repository for Veeam® Backup & Replication™. The TrueNAS M40 model was tested in accordance with Veeam’s guidelines. iXsystems’ hybrid storage products, which include the TrueNAS X-Series and M-Series storage arrays, compliment Veeam Backup & Replication™ to provide VM-aware backup and storage.
The TrueNAS X20 is a cost-effective enterprise storage solution that is designed to help small and midsize businesses modernize their storage infrastructures and was announced in the middle of 2017. The TrueNAS M40 is a recent addition to the iXsystems hybrid, unified storage product line, and was announced in early April of this year, offering further scalability and performance.
Veeam certification tests the speed and effectiveness of the data storage repository using a testing methodology defined by Veeam for Full Backups, Full Restores, Synthetic Full Backups, and Instant VM Recovery from within the Veeam Backup and Recovery environment.
Customers can meet their hyper-availability requirements via unified support for SMB, NFS, AFP, iSCSI, and Fibre Channel protocols and as unified file, block, and object solutions with TrueNAS systems. Flash-assisted or all-flash storage solutions are available, helping businesses achieve blazing-fast performance, share the same workflow, and act as a SAN and a NAS, meeting the needs of any enterprise data storage and backup workload.
Non-disruptive firmware updates, around-the-clock backup services, and zero downtime help businesses achieve a unique level of hyper-availability with TrueNAS. Using OpenZFS, which ensures that backup images can be retained and replicated with guaranteed long-term data integrity, offers businesses a robust and viable storage option.
TrueNAS backup solutions with Veeam start at less than $10,000 and scale at approximately $100 per terabyte. To learn more about TrueNAS backup solutions with Veeam or to obtain a no-risk quote on a TrueNAS configuration, visit www.iXsystems.com/TrueNAS, email info@iXsystems.com, or call us at 1-855-GREP-4-IX.
iXsystems Executive Quote
“Many clients are moving to a virtualized data center and Veeam is strategically focused on this market. The combined strengths of Veeam and TrueNAS give clients a VM-aware backup and restore solution with safe, high-performance, high-value, and self-healing storage. Surveys show that more than half of our customers use TrueNAS to store their backup images and Veeam is the #1 backup product they utilize. With a TrueNAS unified storage array and Veeam Backup and Replication, IT staff can sleep well at night.”
Gary Archer, Director Storage Marketing
“The Veeam backups are working great. I am using Veeam’s Direct SAN Access transport mode which connects directly to the TrueNAS using iSCSI which improves the data transfer throughput and reduces the amount of time it takes to backup each VM significantly.”
Todd Lamonia, President & CEO, IT Worldwide Services
By leveraging decades of expertise in hardware design, its contributions to many Open Source software communities, and corporate stewardship of leading Open Source projects (FreeNAS and TrueOS), iXsystems has become an industry leader in building innovative storage solutions and superior enterprise servers for a global marketplace that relies on open technology.
Thousands of companies, universities, and government organizations have come to rely on iXsystems’ storage, servers, and consultative approach to doing business. Headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley since its founding in 1996, the dedication to white-glove customer service, industry-leading support, and transparent technological contributions has never wavered and continues to help lay the foundation for a new era powered by open technology.