Open-E JovianDSS is our ZFS-based product, delivering highest data reliability and integrity in Software Defined Storage environments. Learn more about off-site backup solutions, Disaster Recovery options and more.
Fibre Channel (FC) uses a high-speed network technology for data storage that has become a popular type of connection for high performance SAN enterprise storage to guarantee excellent throughput and low latency. It is specifically suited for creating SAN topologies for virtualization e.g. ESXi, data centers or other platforms that tackle huge amounts of data.
Clouds are becoming more and more popular as all data and applications can be easily accessed, stored and maintained from a location that can be approached via the Internet, anytime and from any place in the world and from various devices. The ZFS- and Linux-based Open-E JovianDSS is the perfect backend software for a Cloud, no matter if you are an Enterprise, SMB, or SOHO user, or if you want to use it with Public or Private Cloud.
A stretch cluster provides a low total cost of ownership (TCO) solution by creating enterprise-class storage services on industry standard server and storage hardware. This solution with ATTO Technology connectivity, AIC hardware and Open-E JovianDSS software provides 24/7 uptime with business continuity for real-time, mission-critical applications enabling organizations to virtualize these applications and maintain high-availability access.
The On- and Off-site Data Protection in Open-E JovianDSS Off-site Data Protection effectively prevents data loss and helps you to achieve maximum data security, especially in High Availability Cluster Setups. Automatic snapshots and asynchronous replication ensure consistent backup that keeps your data safe from theft, ransomware attacks or other disastrous events – with instant access and easy roll-back to previous versions in case of data loss.
A High Availability Cluster with multiple JBODs over SAS or FC with Open-E JovianDSS is a typical cluster setup where the communication between nodes as well as the data transfer is based on two server heads connected to a common storage with one or more redundant JBODs. Depending on what kind of performance, availability, flexibility and costs is demanded, a-user can set up such a cluster by means of a SAS connection, or with Fibre Channel (FC).