ZenOs for TitaniumZ
FLEXIBLE, HIGH-PERFORMANCE OPERATING SYSTEM
is a modern, high-performance operating system, based on FreeBSD,
which provides efficient, high-speed access to networked file
systems. ZenOS fully supports MacOS, Windows, and Linux and all
major networked file protocols so that all workstations can share the
same media, eliminating the need to copy files between systems.
file sharing is built on ZFS, a powerful and flexible filesystem;
iSCSI, a low-cost, efficient way to connect workstations with file
servers; and mDNS, a popular zero-configuration network service.
network file system support
AFP, SMB, and NFS
Allows resources to be allocated efficiently
Protect data from unexpected power loss
Providing Windows-based user access control
Simple server management in a web-based user interface
Configurable email alerts, and automated reporting
Supports both file system backups, and volume snapshots.
Wrangler can help businesses manage and organize their workflow,
based on the popular concept of project-as-volume.
the project-as-volume workflow, a new filesystem volume is created on
the storage server for every project or sub-project. When you begin
working on a project, you mount the volumes for that project, and the
files for that project are now available locally on your workstation.
When you are finished working on the project, or when you switch to
work on a different project, you unmount the volumes for that
project, and they no longer clutter up your workstation.
Wrangler makes it simple to set up a volume for a project, to locate
project volumes on the filesystem servers, and to mount and unmount
Wrangler also allows unlimited read access to project volumes, while
protecting project volumes from simultaneous write access, so that
changes saved by one team member don’t accidentally undo changes
previously saved by another team member.
simplicity that Project Wrangler provides is possible because Small
Tree Titanium-Z storage servers are built on ZFS, a powerful and
flexible filesystem; iSCSI, a low-cost, efficient way to connect
workstations with file servers; and mDNS, a popular
zero-configuration network service.
discover of project volumes
create project volumes
mount and unmount
read access, protected write access
Wizard assists the user in connecting a MacOS workstation to a
TitaniumZ storage server.
Wizard automatically detects the TitaniumZ network connection,
configures the network interface, configures the drive to be
auto-mounted on system startup, and tunes the workstation's system
control settings for
performance when connected to TitaniumZ storage servers.
volumes on startup
client system configuration