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06 Jun 2017 NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 [64149]
Nexenta, June 6th 2017

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 delivers fixes to improve stability, scalability, and performance. This Fix Pack builds on the fixes and enhancements previously released in 4.0.5; addresses customer-reported issues, and addresses issues found internally by Nexenta engineering.

Our releases continue to focus on ensuring the highest level of security. We have included fixes for several CVEs and other security issues. See 'Resolved Security Issues in 4.0.5-FP1' table for more information on the security fixes.

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 includes the following upgrades:

  • Upgraded OpenSSL version to 1.0.2k
  • Upgraded Apache version to 2.4.25

NexentaStor 4.0.5-FP1 provides several AutoSync fixes and enhancements.
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30 May 2017 Future-Proof Your Storage - with software-defined storage from Nexenta [63975]
Nexenta, May 30th 2017

Nexenta provides the freedom to choose the storage you need from a proven, trusted software-defined storage portfolio, scale-up or scale-out, file, block and object, to support your legacy and next generations applications to future-proof your storage strategy.

  • Software-Defined
  • Simpler Than Ever
  • Enterprise Ready
  • Lower TCO
  • Today & Tomorrow's Application Needs
  • Flexible For Your Business

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24 May 2017 NexentaStor 5.0.3-FP1 now available [63792]
Nexenta, May 24th 2017

The Nexenta website and repo. have been updated with a new release:

  • May, 2017 NexentaStor 5.0.3-FP1 version

The release notes are here.
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14 May 2017 Monthly FLUX Meeting: Kwan Lowe on Google Cloud [63211]
Tuesday, May 16th, 2017: 6:30 PM to 9:15 PM

Nova Southeastern University - Carl DeSantis Building

Kwan Lowe, Senior Engineer, Software Developer and Linux Specialist, Royal Caribbean International, will be our presenter this month.

His talk will be a continuation of last month's Introduction to Cloud presentation, this time looking at Google Compute Engine, Ansible's dynamic inventory, and on-demand computing

Nexenta Systems will provide the Pizza and soda.

A parking pass is on the meetup.com page.

John Mclaughlin, Kwan Lowe
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03 May 2017 Nexenta Delivers the Future of Storage with Advanced Scale-Out Software-Defined Storage (SDS) Platform Available on Any Hardware [63113]
Nexenta, May 3rd 2017

Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), introduced the latest version of its award-winning scale-out block, file, and object storage platform, NexentaEdge. Purpose-built for today's leading enterprise IT environment with rapidly expanding application needs, NexentaEdge 2.0 is a flexible and future proof multi-service storage platform.

  • Multi-Service Scale-Out SDS Platform Enables Enterprise-Ready Container-Converged Infrastructures and Cloud-Native Applications; Provides iSCSI Block, NFS File, S3 and Swift Object Services

  • NexentaEdge 2.0 Revolutionizes High-Performance and Reliable Multi-Protocol Services with Simple GUI-Based Management for Large Archives and Seamless Docker Datacenter Integration

According to Gartner, by 2021 more than 80% of enterprise unstructured data will be stored in scale-out system and object storage systems in enterprise and cloud data centers, which is an increase from 30% today. The newest release of NexentaEdge has a unique feature set to support this rapid market growth, including performance object storage and exceptional integration with Docker and OpenStack environments. In addition, Nexenta has rounded out their multi-service platform to include a shared namespace between file and object storage as well as container-converged capabilities to support next generation applications.
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