With a rock-solid FreeBSD® base, Zettabyte File System support, and a powerful Web GUI, TrueNAS™ pairs easy-to-manage software with world-class hardware for an unbeatable storage solution.
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TrueNAS™ 2U Key FeATUreS
. Supports One or Two Quad-Core or SixCore, Intel® Xeon® Processor 5600 Series . 12 Hot-Swap Drive Bays - Up to 36TB of Data Storage Capacity* . Periodic Snapshots Feature Allows You . . .
to Restore Data from a Previously Generated Snapshot Remote ReplicationAllows You to Copy a Snapshot to an Offsite Server, for Maximum Data Security Software RAID-Z with up to Triple Parity 2 x 1GbE Network Interface (Onboard) + Up to 4 Additional 1GbE Ports or Single/Dual Port 10GbE Network Cards
TrueNAS™ 4U Key FeATUreS
. Supports One or Two Quad-Core or SixCore, Intel® Xeon® Processor 5600 Series . 24 or 36 Hot-Swap Drive Bays - Up to 108TB ofData Storage Capacity* . Periodic Snapshots Feature Allows You
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Create Periodic Snapshot
to Restore Data from a Previously Generated Snapshot Remote Replication Allows You to Copy a Snapshot to an Offsite Server, for Maximum Data Security Software RAID-Z with up to Triple Parity 2 x 1GbE Network Interface (Onboard) + Up to 4 Additional 1GbE Ports or Single/Dual Port 10GbENetwork Cards
JBOD expansion is available on the 2U and 4U Systems * 2.5” drive options available; please consult with your Account Manager
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The spring has come... At least in a great part of the world. We would like to dedicate the April issue to Cloud in BSD, since it’s the topic that wasn’t yet covered by BSD Magazine. However don’t think, that we fully explored it. These what you will �nd inside is rather a kind of encouragement to look for more knowledge about the opportunities that Cloud gives to BSD users. We start withDiego Montalvo’s article – Here Comes the Cloud, which is a good introduction to this matter and will give you some tips where to look for more. Latter in the issue Diego will lear you how to install a FreeBSD on Elastic Compute Cloud and run a Virtual Server on the Cloud. On the last pages you will �nd the interview with Mark Price – a President of Tranquil Hosting and BSDRoot’s owner. He willanswer some popular questions regarding Cloud and BSD. In the Get Started Toby Richards describes how to install OpenBSD 5.0 on Vmware Server, what can be a interesting alternative to the Cloud. Developer’s Corner this time is dedicated to MidnightBSD developers. Caryn Holt with her article Developing Applications Using mport, will demonstrate you some advantages of having MidnightBSD and will temptyou to look for more. Luca Ferrari in the third part of PostgreSQL series will show you how it is possible to replicate a running cluster to another instance in order to have a fully mirrored and active “stand-by” node. Don’t dare to miss Dru Lavigne’s article: Taking the BSDA Certi�cation Exam. This article will provide some background information on how the exam is delivered and why. We would...