We offer a range of Open source storage options designed and developed by industry-leading brands. These models can be used for a storage area network (SAN), network-attached storage (NAS), or object storage.

Open Source Storage Systems | DiGiCOR 2024

This category supports open source storage systems that are developed in a public, collaborative manner under a license that permits the free use, distribution and modification of the source code. These systems provide various types of storage infrastructure such as SAN, NAS or object storage. Some of the popular open-source storage solutions are Samba, NFS, Ceph, FreeNAS, Openfiler, ZFS file system and OpenMediaVault.

Some of the key features of this category are:

  • Support for multiple protocols such as SMB/CIFS, NFS, iSCSI and S3
  • High availability and scalability with clustering and replication
  • Data protection and integrity with RAID levels, snapshots and checksums
  • Flexible storage management with web-based GUI or command-line interface
  • Extensible storage functionality with plugins and add-ons
  • What are the benefits of this category?

  • Cost-effective storage solution that reduces vendor lock-in and licensing fees
  • Community-driven storage development that fosters innovation and collaboration
  • Customizable storage configuration that meets your specific needs and preferences
  • Open standards-based storage interoperability that ensures compatibility with various platforms and applications
  • Ceph. Distributed block file and object storage that scales across clustered server nodes.
  • Gluster File System
  • OpenStack Block Storage service, known by its project name, Cinder.
  • OpenStack Shared File Systems service, known by its project name, Manila.
  • OpenStack Object Storage service, known by its project name, Swift.
  • FreeNAS and TrueNAS
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