iXsystems Enterprise Storage
Manufacturing companies are challenged to remain profitable in this do it yourself world. Many use legacy storage arrays or poorly performing, poorly reliable, and unscalable direct access storage and are looking to upgrade an enterprise-strength storage array.
With TrueNAS, manufacturing organizations get a U.S. engineered and supported enterprise-strength storage array that has unrivaled data integrity protection, scales 4PB, unifies block and file storage, and balances price and performance. TrueNAS is based on the OpenZFS next-generation file system and delivers enterprise capabilities such as snapshots, replication, encryption and high-availability at a price that is more economical than many other storage vendors.
We engineer and support our products at our Silicon Valley Headquarters and have 1,000s of clients, many who have been with us for over a decade. Our white-glove treatment ensures that you speak with a local support engineer who has access to the people who design and build the products.
TrueNAS protects data with its self-healing bit rot mitigation and flexible snapshotting and replication. TrueNAS grows from hundreds of GBs to 4PB per system, can be upgraded to a highly available configuration, and can encrypt data before it is replicated. TrueNAS gives you simple and efficient recovery points for VMs and business-critical applications that can also be used for backups.
TrueNAS is both a NAS and a SAN, supporting multiple block and file protocols. Every common operating system, hypervisor, and application is supported. Instead of creating storage silos for your various applications you can use one TrueNAS storage array.
TrueNAS delivers a perfect balance of price and performance that puts many all-flash arrays to shame. It uses TrueCache™ to leverage RAM, flash storage and spinning disks for flash-like performance with spinning disk capacities and economics.
At iXsystems®, we are defined by Open Source. Everything we do, software we use internally, all projects we contribute to, and nearly every piece of software we develop is open. We develop FreeNAS®, the Open Source version of TrueNAS. FreeNAS has been Open Source software since its inception in late 2005 and its 8.5M downloads make it the world’s largest Open Source-based software defined storage solution.