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Open-E receives a lot of recognition in the media - read what the press wrote about us and our products. Press coverage shown below relates not only to Open-E JovianDSS and Open-E DSS V7 but also to previous versions of our software (Open-E DSS V6 and older).

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Oct 27, 2017

Source: HostingAdvice

The Open-E Philosophy of Enterprise-Grade Storage for Every Business: Protecting Customers' Data With Reliable, Automated, and Secure Programs

Seeking to make enterprise-grade storage readily accessible and affordable to companies of all sizes, Open-E leverages open-source technologies to produce lightweight, powerful, and user-friendly software that has been installed more than 30,000 times in 100-plus countries around the world. Boasting superior performance, flexibility, and compatibility, Open-E is our Developers’ Choice™ winner for platforms that support high-availability data storage and business continuity. Founder, CEO, and President Krzysztof Franek shared the history of his company’s engineering-heavy approach to software development and data protection.

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Sep 17, 2017


Flash and SSD storage showcase

Pride of place on the Toshiba stand are its latest Flash technologies (i.e. raw SLC and managed eMMC/ UFS NAND flash memory-based components) for distributing and buffering digital content. (...) Also, Toshiba is highlighting its latest PCI-Express NVMe SSDs and the ZFS Storage cluster with TB capacity that the company said reaches into the hundreds. The demonstration is supported by partner Open-E and its Jovian DSS storage software.

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Jun 8, 2017

Source: StorageNewsletter

120 Companies in Software-Defined Storage

Condor Consulting Group has just released a new study about software-defined storage (SDS). Here is an abstract. As an industry buzzword with a broad coverage, it deserves some clarifications. You find below an extract of the report. Definition and segmentation First, it’s important to define the SDS term we use and categories we have established to segment the SDS market offering. We define SDS as software that transforms commodity servers equipped with local storage into a storage pool and services exposed to applications with industry file sharing protocols, block access methods or object APIs.

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Feb 28, 2017


AIC Announces Certification by Open-E of its High-availability Server HA401-LB2 and JBOD J4024-02

AIC announces that Open-E has just certified its hardware solutions, the high-availability server HA401-LB2 and JBOD J4024-02. Open-E develops IP-based storage management applications. The company's JovianDSS provides software-defined storage that has to work with a range of hardware requirements, from capacity capability to connectivity to performance.

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Sep 30, 2016

Source: StorageNewsletter

Starline: SMB/CIFS HA Cluster for NASdeluxe Systems With Open-E JovianDSS

Starline Computer GmbH offers with the NASdeluxe NDL-4000 Z-series different software-defined storage systems. They are certified for the ZFS-based JovianDSS from Open-E, Inc. Thus the NASdeluxe Z-series is an solution for many different storage needs, such as high data protection, HA, efficient use and fast access times. According to the new, free update of NASdeluxe systems you have the possibility to configure a HA Cluster with the SMB/CIFS protocol in JovianDSS. Thanks to the integrated HA Cluster Management, Shared Folder are available after a failover. Additionally the Shared Folder Access Control Lists (ACL) are supported, which are compatible with Windows.

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.... We then did some research on the web and found the Open-E based server for about half of Apple's solution. The thougt of using a non-OS X product was intimidating, but after some tech support calls to Condre Storage, the server company, and Open-E we had our answer. With the adition of a few Jumbo Frame capable Gig-E network cards and system settings we were up and running. Three workstations have been successfully accessing multiple streams of video without a hitch! And our network structure is still Gig-E based!


George Milness II

Media Specialist

G2 Media Group

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