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What can I do to prevent this in the future?If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Internet Explorer.We recommend upgrading to the latest Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Firefox.If you are using IE 11, make sure you turn off "Compatibility View". /** CDDL HEADER START** The contents of this file are subject to the terms of the* Common Development and Distribution License, Version 1.0 only* (the "License").

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All rights reserved.* Use is subject to license terms.*/# pragma ident "%Z%%M% %I% %E% SMI"# include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include # include /* Return codes */# define KEYGEN_SUCCESS 0# define KEYGEN_ERROR 1/* Defaults */static char default_net[] = "0.0.0.0 ";static char default_cid[] = "00000000000000 ";/* Suboption.

*/# define NET 0# define CID 1# define TYPE 2static char *opts[] = { "net ", "cid ", "type ", NULL };/** This routine is used to parse the suboptions of '-o' option.** The option should be of the form:* net=,cid=,type=<3des|aes|sha1|rsa>** This routine will pass the values of each of the suboptions back in the* supplied arguments, 'net', 'cid' and 'ka'.** Returns:* KEYGEN_SUCCESS or KEYGEN_ERROR.*/static intprocess_option( char *arg, char **net, char **cid, wbku_key_attr_t *ka){char *value;wbku_retcode_t ret;while (*arg != ' ') {switch ( getsubopt(&arg, opts, &value)) {case Nexentastor enterprise keygen Network number.*/*net = value;break;case CID:/** Client ID.*/*cid = value;break;case TYPE:/** Key type.*/ret = wbku_str_to_keyattr(value, ka, WBKU_ANY_KEY);if (ret != WBKU_SUCCESS) {wbku_printerr( " %s ", wbku_retmsg(ret));return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}break;default:wbku_printerr( " %s is not a valid option ", value);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}}/** Sanity checks*/if (*net != NULL && **net == ' ') {wbku_printerr( "Missing net option value ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}if (*cid != NULL && **cid == ' ') {wbku_printerr( "Missing cid option value ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}if (*cid != NULL && *net == NULL) {wbku_printerr("The cid option requires net option specification ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}if (ka->ka_type == WBKU_KEY_UNKNOWN) {wbku_printerr( "Missing key type option value ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}return (KEYGEN_SUCCESS);}/** This routine parses a buffer to determine whether or not it* contains a hexascii string.

If the buffer contains any characters* that are not hexascii, then it is not a hexascii string. Since* this function is used to validate a CID value (which is then used* to identify a directory in the filesystem), no evaluation of the* string is performed. That is, hex strings are not padded (e.g. "A"* is not padded to "0A").** Returns:* B_TRUE or B_FALSE*/static boolean_tisxstring( const char *buf){if (( strlen(buf) % 2) != 0) {return (B_FALSE);}for (; *buf != ' '; ++buf) {if (! isxdigit(*buf)) {return (B_FALSE);}}return (B_TRUE);}/** This routine uses the 'net' and the 'cid' to generate the client's* keystore filename and, if requested, creates the directory path to* the file if any of the directories do not exist.

If directory path* creation is not requested and any of the directories do not exist,* then an error is returned.** Returns:* KEYGEN_SUCCESS or KEYGEN_ERROR.*/static intcreate_client_filename( char *filename, size_t len, const char *net,const char *cid, boolean_t create){struct in_addr addr;size_t size;if (net == NULL) {size = snprintf(filename, len, " %s ", CLIENT_KEY_DIR);} else if ( inet_pton(AF_INET, net, &addr) != 1) {wbku_printerr( " %s is not a valid network address ", net);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);} else if (cid == NULL) {size = snprintf(filename, len, " %s/ %s ", CLIENT_KEY_DIR, net);} else if (!

isxstring(cid)) {wbku_printerr(" %s must be an even number of hexadecimal characters ",cid);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);} else {size = snprintf(filename, len, " %s/ %s/ %s ", CLIENT_KEY_DIR,net, cid);}/** Shouldn't be a problem, but make sure buffer was big enough.*/if (size >= len) {wbku_printerr( "Keystore path too long ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}/** If directory creation is allowed, then try to create it.* If the directory already exists, then march on.*/if (create) {if ( mkdirp(filename, S_IRWXU) == - 1 && errno != EEXIST) {wbku_printerr( "Cannot create client keystore ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}}/** Append the filename.*/if ( strlcat(filename, "/keystore ", len) >= len) {wbku_printerr( "Keystore path too long ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}return (KEYGEN_SUCCESS);}/** This routine generates a random key of the type defined by 'ka'.* The key value is returned in 'rand_key' and the buffer pointed to* by 'rand_key' is assumed to be of the correct size.** Note:* If 'ka' has a non-NULL keycheck value, then the routine will* generate randon keys until a non-weak key is generated.** Returns:* KEYGEN_SUCCESS or KEYGEN_ERROR.*/static intgen_key( const wbku_key_attr_t *ka, uint8_t *rand_key){/** Generate key, until non-weak key generated.*/for (;;) {if ( wbio_nread_rand(rand_key, ka->ka_len) != 0) {wbku_printerr( "Cannot generate random number ");return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}if (ka->ka_keycheck == NULL || ka-> ka_keycheck(rand_key)) {return (KEYGEN_SUCCESS);}}}/** This routine generates a random master key of the type (currently only* HMAC SHA1 supported) defined by 'ka' and stores it in the master key* file.** Returns:* KEYGEN_SUCCESS or KEYGEN_ERROR.*/static intmaster_gen_key( wbku_key_attr_t *ka){uint8_t mas_key[WANBOOT_HMAC_KEY_SIZE];int fd;FILE *fp = NULL;fpos_t pos;wbku_retcode_t ret;boolean_t exists = B_FALSE;/** If the file already exists (possibly via keymgmt), then open* the file for update.

Otherwise create it and open it for* for writing.*/fd = open(MASTER_KEY_FILE, O_CREAT|O_EXCL|O_WRONLY, S_IRUSR|S_IWUSR);if (fd < 0) {if (errno == EEXIST) {fp = fopen(MASTER_KEY_FILE, "r+ ");exists = B_TRUE;}} else {if ((fp = fdopen(fd, "w ")) == NULL) {( void) close(fd);}}if (fp == NULL) {wbku_printerr( "Cannot open master keystore ", MASTER_KEY_FILE);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}/** If the file already exists, then see if a master key already* exists.

We will not overwrite it if it does.*/ret = WBKU_NOKEY;if (exists) {ret = wbku_find_key(fp, NULL, ka, NULL, B_TRUE);if (ret != WBKU_NOKEY) {if (ret == WBKU_SUCCESS) {wbku_printerr( "The master %s key already ""exists and will not be overwritten ",ka->ka_str);} else {wbku_printerr( " %s ", wbku_retmsg(ret));}( void) fclose(fp);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}}/** If wbku_find_key() did not find the key position for us* (expected behavior), then we should set position to* the end of the file.*/if (ret == WBKU_NOKEY &&( fseek(fp, 0, SEEK_END) != 0 || fgetpos(fp, &pos) != 0)) {wbku_printerr( "Internal error ");( void) fclose(fp);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}/** Generate a key and write it.*/if ( gen_key(ka, mas_key) != KEYGEN_SUCCESS) {( void) fclose(fp);return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}ret = wbku_write_key(fp, &pos, ka, mas_key, B_TRUE);( void) fclose(fp);if (ret != WBKU_SUCCESS) {wbku_printerr( " %s ", wbku_retmsg(ret));return (KEYGEN_ERROR);}( void) printf( gettext( "The masteNexenta Community Edition license changesIt�s been noted over on the Nexentastor.org forums that there was a change in the Nexenta EULA that now prevents commercial usage of Nexenta Community Edition.

Forum thread can be found here : http://www.nexentastor.org/boards/1/topics/7593I found this discouraging, as the ability to use�Nexenta Community Edition in our production environment was the reason that we selected Nexenta.

All of our original testing was done with OpenSolaris, and it actually performed better than Nexenta. We went with�Nexenta Community Edition because of the ease of use and the ability to upgrade to Enterprise Edition and purchase support if we needed it. Removing the option for small businesses to use Nexenta Community Edition in production is not something that I expected to see from Nexenta. I wondered why this happened.I took some time to think about this and try to figure out why Nexenta�s stance might have changed.

After browsing the forums, and seeing posts that say things like �I tried contacting Nexenta support� I stumbled upon the idea that support could be a big part of it. This is a free version of Nexenta, allowing you to use up to 18TB of space, with NO SUPPORT. People then come to the forums and complain that there�s no support, or they don�t get a response, or they got little help.Support costs money.

There have been a number of people that are using�Nexenta Community Edition that have been contacting support (at least one noted here � http://www.nexentastor.org/boards/2/topics/5662#message-7672).

Even if support doesn�t help you, you�re still tying up time on the phone with them, or forcing them to write an email response. This costs money. The EULA change isn�t going to change peoples behavior, but it does make it easier for Nexenta to send you to the forums for support, and use canned responses for�Nexenta Community Edition questions.The other possibility that I could see would be someone purchasing a single Nexenta Enterprise Edition Silver license, and then installed�Nexenta Community Edition on 20 other devices, and try to get support on those devices also.

That�s pretty shady, but I can easily envision someone doing that. Saying that�Nexenta Community Edition isn�t to be run on production workloads allows Nexenta to punt questions if they come from a non-supported system much easier.

This is�similar to the�problem that Cisco has with their SmartNet support. You buy 40 Cisco switches, put SmartNet on one of them, and voila, you�ve got support for every device that you own. Cisco is starting to get this worked out, and I can see a lot of shops hurting in the next few years when they have to buy SmartNet on every device they own.My suggestion to potential Nexenta Community Edition users � if you�re considering running�Nexenta Community Edition in production, go for it.

From what I can tell, Nexenta is not planning to use the terms of the EULA to sue people for using Nexenta Community Edition in production. Nexenta IS likely going to give you grief if you call in to support, and you�ll likely not get any help. They�re a for-profit company, and I can�t fault them for wanting to remain in the black. If it�s a mission critical workload and you absolutely need support, buy Nexenta Enterprise Silver at a minimum instead of using Nexenta Community Edition.

Nexenta Enterprise Silver is still cheaper than nearly any other support package you�ll find, and my experiences with support have been nothing less than stellar.My suggestion to Nexenta � figure this out on the backend. By telling small business that they cannot use Nexenta Community Edition in production, you have opened the door for FreeNAS, Nexentastor enterprise keygen and Napp-It to step in and grab these startups that desperately want to use your product.

Your product is better than FreeNAS, OpenFiler and Napp-It, but FreeNAS, OpenFiler, and Napp-It don�t include draconian licensing limitations. Figure out how to allow these small businesses to use�Nexenta Community Edition and flourish, and when they�re ready to go big time, let �em buy Nexenta Enterprise Silver/Gold/Platinum licensing and support rather than figuring out how to pay Napp-It or one of the others for their support.

If the EULA for�Nexenta Community Edition had looked like this when we started using it, we would have thought long and hard about not using it or recommending it to other people. I don�t want to do that, and I don�t want anyone reading this site to do that. The Nexenta WebGUI is comfortable and I�ve gotten quite used to it, I�d hate to go back and have to create iSCSI targets from the command line.At some point in time, somebody will sit down and write a good web based GUI that runs on OpenSolaris/OpenIndiana.

By originally allowing production usage of Nexenta Community Edition, Nexenta took away the desire to code that alternative web GUI. After all, nobody wants to spend months coding something when Nexenta Community Edition existed for free, worked awesome, and allowed production usage.

Now that Nexenta Community Edition is not allowed for production usage, there will likely be renewed interest in developing a good open source web GUI. Archive� August 2013� January 2013� December 2012� November 2012� October 2012� September 2012� July 2012� April 2012� March 2012� November 2011� October 2010� September 2010� August 2010� July 2010� June 2010� May 2010� April 2010� March 2010 � Products� Nexenta Product Portfolio� NexentaStor� NexentaEdge� NexentaConnect� NexentaFusion� Solutions� Big Data� Cloud� Containers� Data Protection� Industry� Virtualization� Support� Partner/Customer Training� Third Party Licenses� Partners� Nexenta Partner Program� Nexenta Alliance Partners� Partner Solutions� Find a Reseller� Company� About Us� Vision� Leadership� Awards� Careers� Office of CTO� Media� Events� News� Press Releases� Videos� Webinars� Resources� Case Studies� Guides� White Papers� How to Buy Register-Com Redirect: How to get a LicenseIf you came to this page from the installation screen of the product, you'll need to go to the page that best fits what you'd like to do.� If you'd like to register a Trial version of the product, go to the Trial Registration page� If you'd like to register a Community version of the product, go to the Community Registration page� If you have purchases a license online and would like to receive your key, send a request in the Contact Us form� If you are an existing customer, please login to the Customer Portal� If you are unsure of what to do, send a request in the Contact Us form with your Machine ID Hi - sorry if I missed this, as I haven't been reading the storage forum as closely as I'd like, but.I just read SAM's recent article (very good by the way!):http://www.smbitjournal.com/2012/04/choosing-an-open-storage-operating-system/Quote: If�you are in need of the appliance system then primarily you are looking at FreeNAS and OpenFiler.

NexentaStor offers a compelling product but it is not available in a free version and the cost can be onerous. The freely downloadable version appears to be free for the first 18TB of raw storage but the license states otherwise making this rarely the popular choice.When did this happen?

I thought we were clear to use the less than 18TB version for free? If NexentaStor is no longer the popular choice, what is? Should I go FreeNAS?Thanks,Ted NexentaStor Community is freely downloadable and installable, but the license agreement specifically mentions that it is not for use in a production environment.

I think this has actually always been the case; I know it was when I was looking around a little while ago. Beachbum2634 wrote:Hi - sorry if I missed this, as I haven't been reading the storage forum as closely as I'd like, but.I just read SAM's recent article (very good by the way!):http://www.smbitjournal.com/2012/04/choosing-an-open-storage-operating-system/Quote: If�you are in need of the appliance system then primarily you are looking at FreeNAS and OpenFiler.

NexentaStor offers a compelling product but it is not available in a free version and the cost can be onerous. The freely downloadable version appears to be free for the first 18TB of raw storage but the license states otherwise making this rarely the popular choice.When did this happen?

I thought we were clear to use the less than 18TB version for free? If NexentaStor is no longer the popular choice, what is? Should I go FreeNAS?Thanks,TedRun CentOS, or Windows depending on what you need.If you just need SMBv2 just suck it up and buy a windows license.

FSRM and the tools that come with it are Awesome.If you just need NFS, or bulk storage, CentOS is the way to go.If you need iSCSI or FC your doing it wrong :) Beachbum2634 wrote:When did this happen? I thought we were clear to use the less than 18TB version for free? If NexentaStor is no longer the popular choice, what is? Should I go FreeNAS?A lot of us thought that. Someone pointed me to the EULA and I dug through it and sure enough, they have that nice little "no production use" hidden in there in their "free" edition.

Very sneaky.Not only isn't it free but I'm completely insulted by the way that they hid it. I wouldn't do business with them just from their legal shenanigans. That's not the behaviour of a vendor that you can trust. I'd be scared paying for their products wondering what legal timebombs they are hiding around the place hoping that you didn't notice. OpenFiler and VMWare are not a good choice.

VMWare makes it well known that OpenFiler on a VMWare system is a no no.http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1026596I have a FreeNas system running for some non-critical VM's and some backups and it surprisingly works very well.EDIT *** We had considered switching over to Nextenta, but now that I know this I am glad we had not done that yet.

FreeNAS works just fine, and I think we will stick with it. Derek_A wrote:OpenFiler and VMWare are not a good choice. VMWare makes it well known that OpenFiler on a VMWare system is a no no.http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1026596I have a FreeNas system running for some non-critical VM's and some backups and it surprisingly works very well.EDIT *** We had considered switching over to Nextenta, but now that I know this I am glad we had not done that yet.

FreeNAS works just fine, and I think we will stick with it.OpenFiler is fine. It is OpenFiler with iSCSI that is the problem. VMWare recommends NFS (and not OpenFiler.) Scott Alan Miller wrote:John773 wrote:If you need iSCSI or FC your doing it wrong :)LOL, luv it.Seriously though.

The Free iSCSI stacks generally don't support RR connections so your better off doing link aggregation with NFS. If you NEED FC/iSCSI you should be looking at big boy SANs :) (and skipping the cheap ones). I've been using OpenSolaris and now OpenIndiana for a year know with napp-it front end.It is extremely easy set up and use.

No solaris knowledge necessary. A great free alternative to Nexenta.ZFS has countless advantages over Linux based file system. Its performance wins hands down too. I will preface this with that i am the community manager for nexenta, but we don't define production use as a home or hobbiest user.

We define production as a place where a business depends on it's use. In which case we want to be able to help if there is a problemI encourage you to try the nexentastor community edition at nexentastor.org, it is very easy to use for both block based iscsi or file based cifs or nfs. We also have active community forums for assistance. lkateley wrote:I will preface this with that i am the community manager for nexenta, but we don't define production use as a home or hobbiest user.

We define production as a place where a business depends on it's use. In which case we want to be able to help if there is a problemI encourage you to try the nexentastor community edition at nexentastor.org, it is very easy to use for both block based iscsi or file based cifs or nfs. We also have active community forums for assistance.Right, I think that's how we were looking at it too.Not free for business production. John White wrote:lkateley wrote:I will preface this with that i am the community manager for nexenta, but we don't define production use as a home or hobbiest user.

We define production as a place where a business depends on it's use. In which case we want to be able to help if there is a problemI encourage you to try the nexentastor community edition at nexentastor.org, it is very easy to use for both block based iscsi or file based cifs or nfs.

We also have active community forums for assistance.Right, I think that's how we were looking at it too.Not free for business production.Which is surprising because the website really seems to sell the product as 18TB free, pay only if you go over it.

And buried deep in the EULA is the surprise of "just kidding." lkateley wrote:I will preface this with that i am the community manager for nexenta, but we don't define production use as a home or hobbiest user.

We define production as a place where a business depends on it's use. In which case we want to be able to help if there is a problemI encourage you to try the nexentastor community edition at nexentastor.org, it is very easy to use for both block based iscsi or file based cifs or nfs. We also have active community forums for assistance.Very cheeky.You should clearly state, free, for non-commercial use and be done with it.There are many, many businesses out there, using your product in a production environment under 18TB.Get that changed straight away or change your UELA (doubt you will)I realise that this was probably not your decision and you simply work there but you have the chance to do it right.The reason why you (the business) have caught so many people out is because not many read the UELA, even though they are at fault for reading it, you would have no time left if you had to do that for everything and anything you use.Please sort it out straight away and be 100% clear on your site. Gabi3165 wrote:lkateley wrote:I will preface this with that i am the community manager for nexenta, but we don't define production use as a home or hobbiest user.

We define production as a place where a business depends on it's use. In which case we want to be able to help if there is a problemI encourage you to try the nexentastor community edition at nexentastor.org, it is very easy to use for both block based iscsi or file b?By Product� Business NAS� Consumer NAS� Desktop External� Enterprise Servers & Storage� Game Drive� Internal� Media Players & DVRs� Portable External� Software & Apps� SSD & PCIe Flash� Wireless The workload characteristic of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) operating environments - multiple users utilising a wide variety of applications at irregular intervals - can make significant demands on the overall solution.For example, simultaneous logins by users (login storms) or a cluster of application launches can bring about sharp spikes in I/O activity that the storage system can�t keep up with, resulting in slow response times and diminished productivity from users.Indeed, an Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) survey 1 underscored the significance of such problems, with 38% of its respondents selecting poor performance as a major concern when implementing a desktop virtualisation solution.Addressing this challenge is made more difficult by the fact that a company�s VDI environment continually changes as its business needs naturally evolve.

As new departments or branch offices are brought into the infrastructure, the number of users increases and the mix of user profiles changes.

New servers, hypervisors, and storage systems are periodically deployed, as a result.IT administrators face an ongoing cycle of provisioning new desktops and reconfiguring the desktop pool in order to rebalance available resources and provide reasonable and predictable performance.

Such VDI configuration is often a trial-and-error process because it�s difficult to characterise performance across the different layers of the VDI (storage hardware, hypervisors, server resources, I/O controllers, networking and client devices).Unable to accurately gauge end-to-end performance or to calibrate the configuration against requirements, and lacking insight into how configuration variables precisely impact VDI performance, IT departments often resort to over-provisioning to preclude performance issues.

This adds unnecessary cost and diminishes the VDI�s return on investment (ROI).Solution: Integrated Storage and Compute for PerformanceHistorically, the separation of VDI and storage has always presented a difficult integration challenge that hindered successful VDI deployment and optimisation.

But now, due to the convergence of today�s leading server and blade platforms with Nexenta� VSA for VMware� Horizon View� (NexentaConnect), that separation has been eliminated. NexentaConnect (formerly NV4V) combines compute, network and storage into a single platform to greatly simplify the process of setting up a desktop virtualisation solution.The NexentaConnect Deployment Manager utilises user-defined desktop characteristics for the desktop pool, and its auto discovery of internal storage within the VMware� vSphere hosts enables NexentaConnect to take advantage of any SSDs that are present.

NexentaConnect then coordinates the many operations that must take place with VMware vCenter�, vSphere and Horizon View Connection Server. The result is a fully provisioned Horizon View Desktop pool with integrated storage.What�s more, the benefits of NexentaConnect extend beyond initial VDI deployment; the NexentaConnect Performance Manager and built-in host-client tools provide real-time analytics of the virtual desktop environment.

VDI environment expansion is simplified through the Configuration Manager, and using the analytics from the Performance Manager, NexentaConnect can recommend and configure storage.Figure 1. NexentaConnect abstracts local storage as a virtual storage applianceKey Advantages� Flexible, scalable storage architecture utilising standard x86 hardware or virtualisation host� Installs on same hardware that contains VDI VMs, boosting storage performance for all VDI machines� Communicates with VMware vSphere and Horizon View to deploy a customised storage platform with virtual desktops� Integrated performance and benchmarking tools to assess steady state and boot storms� ZFS file system technology provides accelerated write performance, greater data integrity, inline data deduplication and compression, fast snapshots and cloning.� Deploys as a VSA or directly on bare-metal configurations� Lowers overall costs of deploying and managing a virtual desktop solution� Implementation in hours with integrated tuningNextentaConnect Delivers Higher VDI PerformanceDesktop deployments are optimally validated through the use of steady state performance testing, with tools employing simulated user behaviour that closely resembles real-world workloads.

Using the industry-standard VDI testing tool Login VSI 3.6, the gains seen with Nexenta VSA for VMware Horizon View over traditional VDI deployments are dramatic:� Higher throughput to SAN� ZFS compression and streaming writes deliver more payload more effectively to IOPS-bound spindles.� Benchmark results indicate up to 2? write/8.5? read throughput improvement using NexentaConnect.� Higher IOPS delivered� More available IOPS during high SAN contention� Up to 1.5? write/4.4? read IOPS improvement delivered using NexentaConnect.� Lower latency realised with NexentaConnect� Up to 77% write/82% read latency reduction during extreme operations� Up to 81% write/53% read latency reduction during normal operations� Higher density realised with NexentaConnect� Up to 72% higher VSImax score with Login VSI during extreme operations Table 1.

NexentaConnect Abstracts Local Storage as a Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA)*Test results obtained using Cisco UCS C240 M3. According to the Login VSI 3.6 test results, the maximum virtual desktop density for a single Cisco UCS B230 M2 with Nexenta VSA for Horizon View is 196 virtual desktops.NV4V leverages the cache capabilities of ZFS to place a cache wedge between the virtual machines and the storage.

As the VSA sits directly on the hypervisor and uses system RAM as its cache, not only are the blocks retrieved almost immediately, they do not leave the system as they are delivered to the virtual machine, acting as an accelerator for the VMs and offloading the I/O workload from the SAN.More importantly, the tightly integrated appliances are automatically optimised specifically for VDI workloads and management.

This also means that the full software stack can be deployed to any in-house servers and storage arrays.Seagate� Enterprise Performance 10K HDD for VDI Solutions: IOPS, Efficiency, Reliability Are KeyVDI solutions place enormous demands on the IOPS performance of their hard disk drives (HDD). Not only must these HDDs deliver exceptional read and write speeds (in both random and sequential modes), they must also provide enterprise-class reliability to withstand the rigorous usage patterns of typical VDI environments.On-premise VDI solutions are frequently deployed in branch offices and other remote sites without the physical space, power and cooling capabilities found in centralised data centres.

Optimal VDI deployments in these smaller facilities utilise blade servers with small form factor HDDs that combine high capacity with low energy consumption (and thus reduced cooling requirements).The Seagate Enterprise Performance 10K HDD provides a blend of performance, efficiency and reliability that is ideally suited to VDI storage deployments.

Seagate Enterprise Performance 10K HDD drives deliver:� Up to 30% faster sequential performance and up to 13% higher random performance than competitive drive offerings� Up to 100% more data in half the rack space than even nexentastor enterprise keygen highest-capacity 3.5-inch, 15K-RPM HDDs� Best-in-class random read access times at 295 IOPS� Improved storage efficiency with performance efficiency index of 0.0038 watts/GB� 70% smaller footprint and double the capacity compared with legacy 3.5-inch form factor drives� T10-compliant Seagate PowerChoice� technology to tailor systems for optimal power utilisation1 ESG Research Report, Desktop Virtualization Market Evolution, February 2013.Twitter Facebook GoogThe following companies have built products of which OpenZFS is an integral part.If your company would like to be listed, contact admin at open-zfs.org.ALLONE focuses on Open-ZFS random accelerator, utilizing PCI-Express and SATA3.0 interfaces in their product range.

Combined with low latency and impressively sustained high IOPS give these Battery Backed Ramdisk units with a ZIL log device perfect Storage Solutions.Cloudius Systems is the company behind OSv, the operating system designed for the cloud, using ZFS�as its native filesystem.Cloudscaling builds scale-out storage systems for Openstack as a component of the Open�Cloud System product, using ZFS�on�Linux�.Source codeAs The Data People for Docker, ClusterHQ is the company behind the container industry�s first solution for reliably running databases, key-value stores and queues inside Docker containers.

Through its innovative open-source data volume and container manager, Flocker, ClusterHQ delivers a platform for solving the significant operational challenges that come from running data-backed services inside containers.

ClusterHQ builds on top of OpenZFS to create a distributed storage layer for clusters of Docker containers with local storage.DDRdrive exclusively targets OpenZFS Intent Log (ZIL) acceleration with the DDRdrive X1, a PCI Express plug-in card powered by a dedicated SuperCap PowerPack.

The X1 is designed with a unique write optimized architecture featuring the superior speed, reliability, and longevity of DRAM combined with the non-volatility of SLC Flash. By integrating the normally separate functionality of both an HBA and SSD the X1 delivers extremely low latency allowing exceptional IOPS performance.

The DDRdrive X1 is "The drive for speed."At datto, we use OpenZFS to store system backups for later virtualization. Its copy on write and compression mechanics allow us to make the most of our storage.

With clones we can quickly and efficiently spin up virtual instances of the backed up machines. Error detection and correction ensures safe data transfer, even though the mail.Source codeThe Delphix Engine allows companies to create up-to-the-minute copies of production databases: making it easier to backup and upgrade databases as well as develop applications.

The Delphix Engine uses ZFS cloning and compression to minimize the storage footprint of these virtual databases.Fractalio Data, based in Bangalore, India, offers modular, unified & scale-out data storage systems that are architected for performance, reliability, fault resilience, scalability and affordability.

Our IntegralStor platform, available software-only or as a fully configured appliance, is currently shipping in two versions: UNICell for unified single-node storage & GRIDCell for scale-out storage (currently integrated with Gluster for unified namespace).GMO Internet is an Internet infrastructure company, with branches in Internet service providing, web and service hosting, cloud computing, and mobile development based in Japan.

Deploying ZFS in the Internet Service Provider sections, including back-end storage, to front-end clustered servers.

With services starting from shared hosting to full virtual�machines.Great Lakes SAN builds a storage platform on top of ZFS and FreeBSD�.

The system is a turn-key appliance which is deployed to our clients as a managed data storage solution. We provide an on-site data storage appliance, off-site disaster recovery, monitoring, maintainance, and management while providing both block and file storage services direct to our clients.HELiOS (Healthcare Enterprise Linux Operating System) is the standard Linux operating system used within GE HealthcareLosytec devices use the ZFS filesystem, and benefit from its many features such as arrays with RAID-Z, cache in Solid State Disks, deduplication and compression.High-Availability's flagship product, RSF-1, brings advanced HA (High Availability) features to ZFS providing a more resilient and robust storage offering tolerant to system failures.

Active/Active and Active/Passive configurations are supported. As well as providing core ZFS HA and failover capability to ensure availability in the event of failure. RSF-1 also brings ring-fencing mechanisms to protect multi-tenanted storage devices, nexentastor enterprise keygen the seamless failover of COMSTAR and ALUA targets, and manages virtual network access (views) to the data.iXsystems is the industry leader in servers and storage built for enterprise open-source environments.

All of our products are assembled, tested, and shipped from company headquarters in Silicon Valley, and technical support is provided in-house by the same engineers that build the systems. iXsystems champions the cause of open�source technology by dedicating extensive resources to several FreeBSD community projects: FreeNAS�, PC-BSD�, FreeBSD, TrueOS�, and OpenZFS.Source codeJoyent provides Compute and Manta Storage services in addition to the Joyent Private Cloud: a complete cloud management solution.

Joyent designs and drives innovation on SmartOS, the world's most advanced operating system. It combines four technologies into a single operating system, providing superior visibility, multi-tenancy, storage, performance and security for enterprises seeking greater scalability and performance from their servers.Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory use OpenZFS and the high-performance Lustre� parallel file system to store the vast quantities of simulation data produced by some of the largest supercomputers in the world.MyNAS� Storage Appliance uses OpenZFS features such as integrity checking, compression, and at-rest data encryption to provide a robust and secure NAS storage platform.

Data can be seamlessly accessed from Windows, OSX or Unix systems, or carved out data volumes via iSCSI. MyNAS Storage Appliance also integrates with Cloud Replication Partners such as Amazon S3, Google Storage, Google Drive, Dropbox and ownCloud.Napp-it is the leading webbased ZFS storage appliance software for Oracle Solaris and the OpenSource Solaris forks like OmniOS or OpenIndiana. Napp-it is available in a free edition without a capacity limit that can be used commercially and a Pro edition with more features, grouping and clustering options, a security or tuning panel, appliance maps with disk detection, bugfix support or bundling and OEM options.Source codeNexenta Systems is the world�s leading provider of Software-defined Storage solutions.

The company�s flagship software platform, NexentaStor, delivers high-performance, ultra-scalable, cloud- and virtualization-optimized storage solutions worldwide and is based on ZFS technology.Source codeOmniOS builds on illumos to make a complete operating system, providing users with a familiar, installable operating system with a minimal package set to ease regulatory compliance.

It delivers a self-hosting environment with simplified processes for ongoing maintenance and up-to-date third-party software.OSNEXUS is a leading provider of enterprise SAN/NAS Software Defined Storage solutions with the QuantaStor platform which integrates with OpenZFS (ZFS on Linux).

QuantaStor simplifies storage management for IT administrators though unique scale-out management technology (QuantaGrid) which makes it easy to manage groups of appliances within the data-center and across sites.

QuantaStor also integrates with GlusterFS to provide the combined power of OpenZFS with scale-out NAS capabilities.Founded in 1999, Pogo Linux is a leading integrator of ZFS-based software�defined storage solutions with extensive ZFS deployment experience. Pogo has provided complete, cost-effective open storage solutions for organizations in education, government, and a variety of other industries, to meet their growing storage needs.

Pogo also is well-known for consistently keeping customers up and running with their expert personal support program, PogoComplete�.Source codeZFS is one of the filesystems included in Pro



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