FreeNAS developers spend 10 from Corral




The team behind FreeNAS has a new version of its open source network storage software released under the name Corral. This is the tenth version of the software and brings various changes along with it.

IXsystems that takes care of the development of the software, writes that “only a new name do justice to the amount of new features that this release brings with it.” Among the new functionality for example is a modified user interface, a new middleware architecture and support for Docker containers. In addition, the release features a private bhyve hypervisor, enabling users for example VM ‘s can control via a web interface.

According to the team current users of FreeNAS 9.10, upgrade to the new version. The FreeNAS-open source software is based on FreeBSD and uses the OpenZFS file system, users can also encrypt in this case. There is support for multiple file sharing protocols such as SMB, NFS, AFP and webDAV.

Users can customize the software, which was introduced in 2005, used to set up a system like NAS network storage. IXsystems itself also provides network storage devices with the software. For running FreeNAS guess the developers a 64bit system with at least 8GB of RAM at. All the new features of the software are available in a video about thirty minutes.


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