FreeNAS 10-BETA Has Arrived | State of the Union #4 | And More… | Issue #37

Hello FreeNAS Users,
We have big news…the long-awaited FreeNAS 10-BETA is finally here! Be sure to check out the 4th FreeNAS State of the Union as Jordan Hubbard, iXsystems CTO & FreeNAS Project Manager, gives an update and a walkthrough of the new features in FreeNAS 10-BETA.

The FreeNAS Team


FreeNAS 10-BETA is Here!
After 3 months of hard work, FreeNAS 10-BETA is ready for testing! We think the sheer quantity of enhancements and new technologies in FreeNAS 10-BETA have been worth the wait. We hope you will help test and evaluate it as we work our way towards the next public release. Read More >>
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FreeNAS 9.10 – LAGG & VLAN Overview
Our newest tutorial video helps explain the different options for configuring Link Aggregation (LAGG) & Virtual LAN (VLAN). Tune in to learn more. Watch now >>

DCIG Buyer's Guide


TrueNAS All-Flash Array Expands Capacity by 10x
The launch of the new TrueNAS E16F all-flash expansion shelf increased the maximum storage capacity of the all-flash TrueNAS Z50 ten-fold. With over 300TB in raw capacity, the TrueNAS Z50 brings the all-flash virtualized datacenter within reach. Read More >>
Register for MeetBSD California 2016
MeetBSD California 2016 is almost here! Registration is now open so make sure you sign up before 9/30 to save $30 on your conference ticket. The FreeNAS Team will be there and so will many prominent members of the BSD community. Join us for two days of talks, events, and fun. Register Now>>

FreeBSD Journal

6 Reasons Why TrueNAS is replacing NetApp and EMC – Free Webinar
We invite you to join Matt Olander, Co-Founder and CSO of iXsystems, in a free webinar about TrueNAS. Find out why people are making the switch from big-name, legacy storage vendors to TrueNAS. Read more >>
Live Events

  • September 19-22, 2016SNIA SDC in Santa Clara, CA
  • September 22-25, 2016EuroBSDcon in Belgrade, Serbia
  • September 26-27, 2016OpenZFS Summit in San Francisco, CA
  • November 11-12, 2016MeetBSD CA in Berkeley, CA
TechTip #33
Simply saving a copy of your files on FreeNAS is not an adequate backup plan. Try to follow the 3-2-1 rule of backups: at least 3 copies of your data in 2 different formats with 1 copy off-site.
Join the Team
iXsystems, the company that sponsors FreeNAS, is looking for talented people to join our team. Interested? The full list of available positions can be found on our website.
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