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JaguarTech


Joined: 24/07/2009 01:51:31
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Hi,

I have been looking around your website and I must say, FlexRAID looks great, many features that other developer haven't even thought of. I might end up giving it a try on WHS! However, I was more interested in FlexRAID NAS as a solution especially if it were along the lines of unRAID and/or OpenFiler with better functionality and features and maybe a slick User Interface like NASLite. Just wondering roughly when you would anticipate releasing FlexRAID NAS.


Gary

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Brahim


Joined: 09/04/2008 23:28:33
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JaguarTech wrote:Hi,

I have been looking around your website and I must say, FlexRAID looks great, many features that other developer haven't even thought of. I might end up giving it a try on WHS! However, I was more interested in FlexRAID NAS as a solution especially if it were along the lines of unRAID and/or OpenFiler with better functionality and features and maybe a slick User Interface like NASLite. Just wondering roughly when you would anticipate releasing FlexRAID NAS.


Gary


FlexRAID NAS is dependent on FlexRAID Live!, which is still in development.
So, FlexRAID NAS will just be FlexRAID Live! in a Linux appliance with a lot of automation and management tools.
It will be the tool for creating a storage cloud.

Server (VMware ESXi): dual Quad 8356@2.4Ghz | ASUS KFN5-D SLI | 16GB (4x 4GB) DDR2 667Mhz ECC REG w/Parity [Chipkill] | Radeon X300 | Intel 160GB SSD (VM datastore) | 6+ TB storage
File Server VM (running FlexRAID): 512MB RAM | 2 vCPUs | 6TB storage | Parity on 2TB NAS
 
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