Solutions with Open-E JovianDSS

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.

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.


Disaster Recovery is one of the most essential strategies ecuring to prevent lost data against disasters. It includes all processes and procedures that are performed in order to prevent large failures and to avoid the consequences by keeping copies of data. With a consistent strategy, users are able to recover business-critical files and applications of their IT infrastructure ensuring business continuity and minimization of data loss.


Disaster Recovery is one of the most essential strategies ecuring to prevent lost data against disasters. It includes all processes and procedures that are performed in order to prevent large failures and to avoid the consequences by keeping copies of data. With a consistent strategy, users are able to recover business-critical files and applications of their IT infrastructure ensuring business continuity and minimization of data loss.


iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) is a type of protocol providing a proficient usage of disk space together with data safety and increased performance. A centralized storage management that uses iSCSI and RAID technologies enables a comfortable administration and reduced downtime in case of a hard drive failure. It enables building SAN (Storage Area Network) storage systems using SCSI disk arrays and Ethernet (TCP / IP). Its main advantage is the ability to create an iSCSI SAN with an extensive use of typical networking elements which facilitates system building and reduces its costs.

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