I recently spent some time reading on hard drive forensic and then looked at various commercial offerings for secure drive erase.
The cost of some of those solutions really intrigued me by being so pricey.
As always, this got my curiosity from an implementation standpoint.
So, I read… read… and read some more.
If you are still confused about NZFS, you are rightfully so confused.
Much of NZFS and how it stacks up against ZFS has not yet been revealed.
The only thing discussed so far has been Transparent RAID (tRAID) which is a byproduct of NZFS’s RAID stack.
Basically, tRAID […]
With NZFS getting closer to a release and discussions already starting around it, there is still a bit of confusion on how it relates to FlexRAID’s RAID-F technology and vice-versa.
In this post http://www.openegg.org/2012/02/22/flexraid-vs-nzfs/, I provided a brief overview.
I am now going to take another stab a clarifying the two products.
Clean up […]
What does NZFS stand for?
NZFS stands for “Next-Generation Zion File System”.
A Zion is an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal.
What is NZFS?
NZFS is a data storage virtualization technology.
It is an extremely flexible framework that allows to you achieve the followings without additional cost:
Optimal storage capacity […]