Address the challenges faced in the 21st century with a TrueNAS® Unified Storage Array
Whether it’s compliance, performance, or economics, Federal, state and local governments have plenty to think about when choosing a data storage solution. TrueNAS provides various agencies with enterprise storage that is safe, secure, unified and scalable, which can be used with multiple applications.

TrueNAS provides unrivaled data integrity protection, scales to 4PB, unifies block and file storage, balances price and performance, and uses the open source OpenZFS file system. Using TrueNAS eliminates the risk of deploying a complex storage infrastructure and reduces storage costs.

True Safety
TrueNAS provides unrivaled data integrity protection for backup images by using the OpenZFS enterprise file system. OpenZFS is a next-generation file system in every regard from its self-healing bit rot mitigation to its flexible snapshotting and replication. It guarantees that you recover the same data that was written. TrueNAS can also encrypt data and replicate it remotely.
True Security
Many government organizations require encryption of at-rest and in-flight data, so TrueNAS supports disk-level encryption and encryption on data sent over the wire. TrueNAS remote replication (called TrueSync™) can be encrypted; while the TrueNAS Web User Interface can be configured to work over HTTPS. Even its firmware updates are signed with a certificate issued by a public certificate authority. When you can’t leave security to chance, TrueNAS has you covered.
True Scalability
OpenZFS is a future-proof 128-bit “scale up” file system that is designed for decades of continuous use. TrueNAS grows from hundreds of GBs to 4PB per system and can be upgraded to a highly available configuration. With TrueNAS you don’t have to worry about data or its availability.
True Unification
TrueNAS gives you flexibility in your choice of Big Data applications, while reducing the number of storage arrays needed. It is both a NAS and a SAN, supporting multiple block and file protocols. This gives you flexibility in your choice of applications, while reducing the number of storage arrays needed. Every common operating system, hypervisor, and application is supported. Instead of creating storage silos for your various applications you can use one TrueNAS storage array.
True Freedom
At iXsystems®, we are defined by Open Source. Everything we do, software we use internally, all projects we contribute to, and nearly every piece of software we develop is open. We develop FreeNAS, the Open Source version of TrueNAS. FreeNAS® has been Open Source software since its inception in late 2005 and its 8.5M downloads making it the world’s largest Open Source-based software defined storage solution.

TrueNAS delivers enterprise capabilities such as snapshots, replication, encryption and high-availability at a price that is more economical than most other storage vendors.

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Deploying a solution can be daunting, and iXsystems can help. We’ve conducted countless deployments and have decades of experience in providing storage and server solutions driven by Open Source for thousands of clients, many have been with us for years.

We respond quickly to client needs with a consultative approach to business. When storage is critical to your business, there’s no substitute for the guaranteed performance, functionality, high availability, and professional software support of a TrueNAS enterprise storage array. Learn more about TrueNAS by filling out a quote, emailing, or calling us at 1.855.GREP.4.IX



“We particularly like TrueNAS because it is based on Open Source technology, but comes with the features, performance and support of proprietary hardware.”


US District Court




“The client was utilizing Hitachi SAN solutions which simply weren’t meeting the performance and data storage needs of the VMs used by their growing user base. They needed to run hundreds of virtual machines and TrueNAS made that possible.”


Large Government Customer


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