Author Archive For: Kasia Kolodziej

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Major update of Open-E JovianDSS; features include Snapshots, Clones and Volume Shadow Copy Service

Today, Open-E released a major update for its software-defined storage system – Open-E JovianDSS. Update up02 b14241 includes Snapshots, Clones and Volume Shadow Copy Service – all important for simplifying ...

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RAID

RAID 5: How does it work?

A few years ago we published an article ‘How does RAID 5 work? The shortest and easiest explanation ever’. We have to admit that this article enjoyed great popularity among ...

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OECE Training

OECE technical trainings for ZFS-based Open-E JovianDSS

Each year, Open-E organizes Open-E Certified Engineer (OECE) Trainings – technical training programs designed for partners. During a two day session engineers gain hands-on experience and knowledge about Open-E products. ...

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TAROX inside 2014

TAROX Inside 2014: we were there!

June 27, 10:15 a.m. at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund: Open-E booth setup – check! Open-E servers running – check! Open-E staff ready – check! At 10:30 a.m. the doors ...

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Introducing: Open-E JovianDSS – Software Defined Data Storage

Today, Open-E revealed the newest data storage software designed for enterprise-sized storage environments: Open-E JovianDSS Open-E JovianDSS is a ZFS- and Linux-based storage operating system, perfect for Enterprise users requiring ...

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Supermicro security update for IPMI / BMC firmware. Update now and be safe!

A new security feature to encrypt passwords is available from Supermicro for systems running IPMI 1.5 & 2.0 protocols and/or BMC firmware. If you haven’t done so already, please update ...

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Update your Linux driver for Areca ARC-1883 SAS RAID Adapter

Recently, when performing planned test scenarios with different hardware parts, our QA team identified an issue with kernel panic during read operations on the Areca ARC-1883 SAS RAID Adapter. We ...

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Is your Heartbleeding?

The Heartbleed bug, officially referenced as CVE-2014-0160, is already being coined as one of the biggest security threats since the mass adoption of the Internet – affecting millions of websites ...

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What can we expect from CeBIT 2014?

Once again, Open-E is heading over to Hannover, Germany in March. But for a few reasons this CeBIT is special and we just can’t miss the No. 1 event for ...

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iSCSI storage

iSCSI storage: a beginner’s guide

Storage management for ever-growing capacity of data is a crucial subject for businesses of all sizes. Simple and reliable storage based on iSCSI can be a good alternative for companies ...

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