Storage Supersite: Linux NAS Appliance Upgraded
Jul 31, 2003, 23:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Evan Koblentz)
"Clustering Specialist RainFinity Inc. this week will launch
RainStorage 2.0, which adds support for Windows, said officials, in
San Jose, Calif.
"Prior versions of the Linux appliance, which is used to limit
downtime for NAS (network-attached storage), worked only with
Unix-based Network File System. The new version works with Common
Internet File System.
"So, unlike other clustering systems, RainStorage uses the
network itself and a shared-nothing approach to data movement and
load balancing, officials said..."