FreeNAS 11.0 is Now Here

The FreeNAS Development Team is proud to present FreeNAS 11.0! FreeNAS 11.0 brings new virtualization and object storage features to the World’s Most Popular Open Source Storage Operating System. FreeNAS 11.0 adds bhyve virtual machines to its popular SAN/NAS, jails, and plugins, letting you use host web-scale VMs on your FreeNAS box. It also gives users S3-compatible object storage services, which turns your FreeNAS box into an S3-compatible server, letting you avoid reliance on the cloud.

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FreeNAS QA – Our Processes

Do you even QA, bro? A detailed look at FreeNAS QA Efforts and How They’ve Changed Over Time In the seven years since iXsystems adopted the FreeNAS storage operating system, we have worked hard to strike a balance between Quality Assurance (QA) provided through the...

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FreeNAS 11.0-RC now Available

I’m pleased to provide a quick update on the status of FreeNAS 11.0. The RC1 update was released this morning, and can be installed via ISO or updated to by switching to the FreeNAS-11-STABLE train in the System -> Update tab. We decided to start this series off...

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Cyber Monday 2016 Tech Roundup

Happy Cyber Monday! We’ve rounded up a list of hardware and tech components you may find useful to check out. Cyber Monday is a great day to grab some hard drives, replacement components, or new hardware for your next FreeNAS build and we hope you find this guidance...

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Start the holidays off with FreeNAS 10 BETA 2!

The FreeNAS development team is happy to announce the release of FreeNAS 10 BETA 2. We are also very happy to say that we are now “feature complete” and have feature-parity with FreeNAS 9.10. Anyone who’s been following the FreeNAS 10 development effort knows that...

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