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Title: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on September 02, 2014, 02:00:26 pm
FlexRAID Standards™

FlexRAID Standards™ is now in beta testing: http://forum.flexraid.com/index.php/topic,5217.0.html
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: S_F on September 02, 2014, 04:48:57 pm
How's the read and write performance when compared to a hardware RAID or a Linux software RAID solution?

What about data integrity?

Will there be a discount for those of us who purchased one of the other products?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: Brahim on September 03, 2014, 12:10:45 am
On Windows, FlexRAID Standards™ blows everything out of the water as far as performance and features.

On Linux, things are on part performance wise and fairly close feature wise.
FlexRAID Standards™ is almost like LVM and MD RAID combined into one sweet easy to configure and manage package.

You can achieve many of the things FlexRAID Standards™ does on Linux by combining multiple software, but that's also where the value of FlexRAID comes in: one software that gives you everything you need without having to be a Linux guru.

Taking on Linux RAID is a tall order to say the least and is more of a happenstance rather than something I set off to do.
Nevertheless, there are a few things that FlexRAID Standards™ does better on Linux. We will discuss some of those things after the beta release.

And yes, there will be a discount for existing customers wishing to also run or switch to FlexRAID Standards™. :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: wileecoyote on September 03, 2014, 07:44:24 am
On Windows, FlexRAID Standards™ blows everything out of the water as far as performance and features.


Brahim, you mentioned in the first post t-raid was not included in FlexRAID Standards. So does this statement mean FlexRAID Standards will perform better than t-raid? (I'm not being a smart-ass, I really want to know...)

Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: Brahim on September 03, 2014, 08:26:01 am
Brahim, you mentioned in the first post t-raid was not included in FlexRAID Standards. So does this statement mean FlexRAID Standards will perform better than t-raid? (I'm not being a smart-ass, I really want to know...)
That comparison was against standard RAID implementations and not against tRAID or RAID-F.

Transparent RAID has many features you won't find in FlexRAID Standards™.
For most users, I find Transparent RAID to be the better RAID system over standard RAID implementations including FlexRAID Standards™.

As standard RAID tends to stripe data for performance, yes, the performance of standard RAID will typically be better. In exchange for that performance though, you will lose a lot of flexibility such as:
- if you lose a disk beyond the tolerance level, you will lose ALL your data on the RAID
- there is no support for disks with existing data except for RAID 1
- you cannot access the data on the individual disks as the data is striped
- you lose energy efficiency as all the disks are spun during reads and writes operations
- no easy RAID Expansion or Contraction (though FlexRAID Standards™ does provide a RAID migration feature)

RAID-F and tRAID were created because there is a lot of limitations with standard RAID with the only benefit being better performance.
For the typical home user, RAID-F and tRAID provide all the performance needed with none of the limitations.
If accessing the storage from the network, RAID-F or tRAID + Landing Disk will typically saturate a Gigabit connection. So, having a particularly fast back-end storage here makes little difference.

FlexRAID Standards™ is being released because there are still good use cases for it (all of them relate to performance needs):
- Faster video editing storage
- Faster database server storage
- Faster web server storage
- Storage for high concurrency workloads
- Etc.

Outside of RAID 1 (which will be included in tRAID btw), the other RAID implementations are mostly of interest to businesses with heavy workloads or to home users that like nice performance benchmarks. :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: facke02 on September 03, 2014, 01:23:51 pm
Brahim, congratulations on the new product. Sounds very interesting for sure. If you need beta testers I might be interested.

What does this new product do or not do for the RAID-F re-design you talked about earlier this year?  I'm going to assume this will be your third product offering?

Good luck and looking forward to more details coming from you.

Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: Brahim on September 03, 2014, 02:12:58 pm
Brahim, congratulations on the new product. Sounds very interesting for sure. If you need beta testers I might be interested.

What does this new product do or not do for the RAID-F re-design you talked about earlier this year?  I'm going to assume this will be your third product offering?

Good luck and looking forward to more details coming from you.

Hey Ken, nice to see you pop back. :)

The RAID-F redesign is still ongoing. RAID-F is extremely important to the FlexRAID family, which is why extra time is taken to properly redesign it.

FlexRAID Standards™ is indeed a new product that effectively closes the loop.
RAID-F and tRAID heavily criticize standard RAID while FlexRAID Standards™ is our implementation of standard RAID with some nifty features. Call it sibling rivalry.  :P

This is really to say that we have nothing against standard RAID other than that it is best suited for some deployments but not all. There was a void that RAID-F and tRAID are now filling. Now, we are closing the loop such that no matter what your needs are, FlexRAID has the solution for you. :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: wileecoyote on September 03, 2014, 06:28:47 pm
That comparison was against standard RAID implementations and not against tRAID or RAID-F.

Transparent RAID has many features you won't find in FlexRAID Standards™.
For most users, I find Transparent RAID to be the better RAID system over standard RAID implementations including FlexRAID Standards™.

As standard RAID tends to stripe data for performance, yes, the performance of standard RAID will typically be better. In exchange for that performance though, you will lose a lot of flexibility such as:
- if you lose a disk beyond the tolerance level, you will lose ALL your data on the RAID
- there is no support for disks with existing data except for RAID 1
- you cannot access the data on the individual disks as the data is striped
- you lose energy efficiency as all the disks are spun during reads and writes operations
- no easy RAID Expansion or Contraction (though FlexRAID Standards™ does provide a RAID migration feature)

RAID-F and tRAID were created because there is a lot of limitations with standard RAID with the only benefit being better performance.
For the typical home user, RAID-F and tRAID provide all the performance needed with none of the limitations.
If accessing the storage from the network, RAID-F or tRAID + Landing Disk will typically saturate a Gigabit connection. So, having a particularly fast back-end storage here makes little difference.

FlexRAID Standards™ is being released because there are still good use cases for it (all of them relate to performance needs):
- Faster video editing storage
- Faster database server storage
- Faster web server storage
- Storage for high concurrency workloads
- Etc.

Outside of RAID 1 (which will be included in tRAID btw), the other RAID implementations are mostly of interest to businesses with heavy workloads or to home users that like nice performance benchmarks. :)

Thank you for the explanation, I understand the distinction now. I only asked as I am VERY happy with your t-raid product and couldn't imagine a product that was better.  :)

I would also like to congratulate you and wish you good luck on the new product.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: vletroye on September 04, 2014, 07:08:33 am
I am impressed how fast your deliver new features and products.. Wow !

Quote
For the typical home user, RAID-F and tRAID provide all the performance needed with none of the limitations.
If accessing the storage from the network, RAID-F or tRAID + Landing Disk will typically saturate a Gigabit connection. So, having a particularly fast back-end storage here makes little difference.

100% agree... as far as I am concerned, tRaid is definitively the product I need for my backup server....
And regarding all the features in Raid-F (and now in tRAID), I really have to tell I never been so happy than when I discovered FlexRaid to replace my traditional RAID :p
- No more issue to add disks in my array (with existing data),
- no more issue when I have to replace a disk controller (I can take any, even if not "compatible" with the RAID feature of the previous one),
- and disks can be moved temporally into another machine if really required (Ex.: Dying Motherboard) and data will be readable immediately, even without installing Flexraid...


But still, a Standard RAID could indeed be interesting for my Desktop PC where I have also a few disks in RAID (whose content is backup-ed in tRAID). I have never used anything else than RAID 1 on my Desktop because I didn't want to depend on a specific chipset to access my data (in case the RAID controller or the MB dies). With FlexRAID Standard, I could create a RAID 5 to improve the performances without being afraid that my Motherboard dies  8)

I only need now a larger case for my Desktop :D

V.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards™
Post by: Brahim on September 04, 2014, 10:30:18 am
@vletroye
Options, options, options... :)

I am personally excited about the RAID 1 with N-way mirroring feature. It provides RAID 0 like performance on reads and the performance of a single disk on writes.
I want it for my hosted virtualization QA box (VMware Workstation/VirtualBox box). Right now, that box runs Windows RAID 1 just fine, but I want the improved read performance.
I could go RAID 10 for improved write performance, but then I would lose some flexibility compared to RAID 1.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: maintanosgr on September 15, 2014, 06:38:13 am
I'm really excited to see that you are developing such a solution because it's exactly what I'm looking for. Hopefully we'll be able to test your product soon :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 07, 2014, 06:57:49 am
Update
Testing all the various RAID layouts and configuration options is proving far more time consuming than originally planned.
The release is quietly being pushed to October 31st.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: facke02 on November 09, 2014, 07:57:28 am
Hey Brahim,

Any updates that you can share?

Thanks
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 09, 2014, 08:49:46 am
Hey Ken,

FlexRAID Standards™ is functionally ready. The hold up has to do with product differentiation.
To simplify development and unify things, I made tRAID and FlexRAID Standards share the same binaries. However, this creates some confusion on both product differentiation and licensing front that I need to resolve.
I have been scratching my head for over a months now, but I still remain undecided on the approach to take. :(

I will just release the beta next week and work on these logistics later.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: maintanosgr on November 25, 2014, 07:00:50 am
So where can we download the beta for Flexraid Standards?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 25, 2014, 08:20:53 am
So where can we download the beta for Flexraid Standards?

The release is being intentionally delayed. If time permits, it might be out by Christmas. Otherwise, expect it early January.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: maintanosgr on November 25, 2014, 09:56:16 am
OK thank you very much for the fast response :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: facke02 on January 22, 2015, 07:12:02 am
The release is being intentionally delayed. If time permits, it might be out by Christmas. Otherwise, expect it early January.

Hi Brahim,

Any updates on the new release?

Ken
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on January 22, 2015, 10:53:42 am
Hey Ken,

Dragging my feet on this one as I have still not made up my mind on the market positioning of this new product.  :-[
I am officially pushing its release to Spring.

Thanks for your continued patience to all those waiting on FlexRAID Standards (TM).
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: maintanosgr on April 04, 2015, 06:11:39 pm
HI,

still no updates to this one?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on June 02, 2015, 06:50:26 pm
Hi Brahim,

Are you able to expand on this "JBOD Spans with 1, 2, and X parity" and what that means?  As you know, I'm having difficulty with dynamic iSCSI on tRAID and this seems similar from that this one line description.  I'm sure its not and I hope you can clarify.  I basically want the ability to add any size HDD to my array with parity protected by using a disk size the same as the largest HDD in the array, that creates a pool or similar that I can use for 'general' storage including NFS and iSCSI.  What does tRAID to that FlexRAID Standards won't?

Thanks,

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Quaraxkad on June 02, 2015, 09:07:50 pm
What does tRAID to that FlexRAID Standards won't?

tRAID is not actually RAID at all. Standards is Software RAID.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on June 02, 2015, 10:39:11 pm
tRAID is not actually RAID at all. Standards is Software RAID.

Yeah I know, but its the jbod spanning plus parity of the standards I am interested in.  I suspect it will require same sized drives but with the advantage that the drives are not compromised should a failure occur.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Tolyngee on June 03, 2015, 08:00:21 pm
tRAID is not actually RAID at all. Standards is Software RAID.

This is why I stay off the forums.  The ignorant nonsense, even coming from the most senior of posters, is just baffling.

Your post just misinforms, while not even attempting to answer the question presented.

I suspect you are confusing a striped RAID as software RAID.  A RAID can be striped, but a striped array is not exclusively synonymous with RAID.

(before you respond, I've been involved with Brahim's RAID projects years before you registered here on the forums.)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Quaraxkad on June 03, 2015, 09:04:29 pm
(before you respond, I've been involved with Brahim's RAID projects years before you registered here on the forums.)

Oh I suppose that means you must be an expert now. Why didn't you answer the question?

This product has not been released. If you can't be bothered to do your own research, wait until the product is released, or just wait for a more detailed announcement from the developer, why should I bother taking the time to speculate on the exact specifics of one very specific usage scenario that's only even a tiny fraction of the product as a whole? I'll reinstate my "ignorant nonsense", which is in fact the most specific an answer to the question as can be made at this point. tRAID and RAID-F are not RAID. FlexRAID Standards will encompass the more "true" RAID array types, while continuing to be software based. No, I am absolutely not confusing striped RAID with software RAID. I know RAID. If this is why you don't come to the forums, go ahead and stay off.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on June 04, 2015, 06:25:43 am
This is why I stay off the forums.  The ignorant nonsense, even coming from the most senior of posters, is just baffling.
....
Uncalled for. Could have shared your insights without the name calling. ;)

I think Quaraxkad meant to say that tRAID is not "traditional" RAID unlike FlexRAID Standards.
Sometime we think one thing and write something else. Or sometime we try to greatly simplify an explanation and it reads as something else. It happens quite often.

Name calling and personal attacks are not okay here as they are far from being constructive.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on June 08, 2015, 02:12:36 pm
Hi

So, the above didn't quite answer my question, but that's cool, these be forums after all.

What will Standards bring the tRAID doesn't do when running with JBOD mode?  At the moment, I'm toying with the open source version of Synology and I really like how the hybrid raid system works.  It is different to tRAID in that you can only add disks bigger or equal to the last disk added, supports iSCSI and NFS at full speed etc.  As its based on mdadm from the Linux kernel, where you looking at something similar for Windows?  Are you able to divulge anything at this stage?

Cheers,

Chris

EDIT:  I probably should expand this.  If you're developing JBOD spans in the manner that Synology do with SHR (JBOD spans with parity) then you've got me on this product as while adding any drive to a parity protected array is cool, I'd say that MDADM/SHR that synology do is a much better technology.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on June 24, 2015, 03:21:49 pm
@brahim

Are you able to share any more titbits at all?  I'm at a conundrum whether I run to an alternative system that does JBOD spanning at a block level (commercial system hacked for custom pcs so you know which one I mean) or stay in Windows and use traid... Any thoughts around what JBOD spanning will do in Flexraid: Standards would be great.

Thanks,

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on September 04, 2015, 10:28:48 am
As an official ETA, FlexRAID Standards (TM) will be out around mid-December - just in time for Christmas.  8)

We have been very worried about the product positioning and not wanting to confuse our users with too many products. However, FlexRAID Standards is very much needed - especially on Windows. Linux users already have quality standard RAID implementations. This is not the case for Windows users who have to rely on hardware RAID for quality standard RAID implementations.

Even for Linux users, we think FlexRAID Standards has value as a fully integrated and supported solution with advanced features. We have seen too many Linux users lose their data because the tools they are using are either incomplete or require one to be a guru to make proper use of.

Expect early builds (public previews) early next month (October 2nd, 2015).
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on September 04, 2015, 03:18:21 pm
Interesting :-) I'll be keen to give it a go. I'm looking to move back to a windows platform my storage for various reasons, so I'll wait till this is ready to try!
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on September 05, 2015, 10:26:27 pm
Hi Brahim, will you be teasing out some of the functions and abilities in more detail over the coming weeks, or just as part of the public previews when released?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on September 06, 2015, 04:25:00 am
Hi Brahim, will you be teasing out some of the functions and abilities in more detail over the coming weeks, or just as part of the public previews when released?
Details on release.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on September 07, 2015, 04:20:46 pm
Ok, looking forward to this.  I'm eager to see what this can do and the limitations.  Currently using a COTS NAS based software at present (running on custom built PC) that does block based storage using LVM2 and MDADM and I hope this can do something similar as that would bring me back to Windows instantly.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 03, 2015, 07:10:06 pm
Hi Brahim I was just in the process of setting up a couple of virtual windows machines and remembered about Standards.  Appreciate that time frames move around but was wondering if you had a firmer date for beta testing releases?  I won't move my primary storage on to it unless it meets my needs but more than willing to dedicate a virtual machine and storage to it to test it.

Cheers,

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 03, 2015, 08:52:48 pm
The first beta is planned for the end of this month (October).
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 03, 2015, 09:35:43 pm
Excellent, thank you.

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 13, 2015, 04:53:32 pm
FYI, we are well on track for an October 30th release. :)
I think I have nailed the UI to properly handle all complexities. Additionally, standard nested RAID layouts can now be created using a single configuration.
The UI and ease of management is where the challenge was. All it took were some clean up and keeping things simple.

The RAID subsystem is of course top notch. Nothing less could be expected.  8)
New features after the first release will include:
- L1 RAM cache pools and L2 SSD cache pools
- New specialized parity engines
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 14, 2015, 02:36:12 pm
Hi Brahim,

Great news.  I'm curious, within the windows environment have you managed to connect Standards to ReFS in a similar manner to Windows Storage Spaces?  That would be awesome if you had as it would have some of the similar characteristics to BTRFS when using MDADM, although ReFS still has a large number of drawbacks (including no NFS support).

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 14, 2015, 05:10:46 pm
You can run any filesystem, encryption layer, etc. on FlexRAID Standards. Nothing special about that.

What FlexRAID Standard brings to the space are:
- A complete and fully integrated solution to both Windows and Linux
- For Windows, you finally have a complete RAID stack (Linux already has a complete stack)
- Custom RAID layouts
- RAID∞
- Ability to use disks of different make, model, and sizes
- Ability to mix and match whole disks, partial disks, and file-backed virtual disks as Unit of Risks (UoRs)
- Easy migration from one RAID level to another RAID level in situ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_situ)
- A whole lot of flexibility without complexity
- Lot of customization options to get the best of the arrays
- Soon, optional cache pools (SSD and RAM) natively integrated

All in all, FlexRAID Standards will save users serious money. More on that later.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 16, 2015, 08:15:03 pm
Awesome, sounds good.  Looking forward to seeing how it competes with my Synology DSM 5.2 box in terms of software raid :-)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 17, 2015, 07:14:50 pm
Does Standards stripe the parity across all the drives in a similar manner to MDADM on Linux or does it still use a dedicated parity disk similar to FlexRaid & T-Raid?  Can you answer this now, or will it all come clear at the end of the month?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 18, 2015, 07:52:15 am
As per the first post, multiple layouts are available. Whether the data is striped or not depends on the layout chosen.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: dremeier on October 26, 2015, 11:10:41 am
FYI, we are well on track for an October 30th release. :)
I think I have nailed the UI to properly handle all complexities. Additionally, standard nested RAID layouts can now be created using a single configuration.
The UI and ease of management is where the challenge was. All it took were some clean up and keeping things simple.

The RAID subsystem is of course top notch. Nothing less could be expected.  8)
New features after the first release will include:
- L1 RAM cache pools and L2 SSD cache pools
- New specialized parity engines

Any news for the fist beta release, you are still on track for the 30th of October? ;D
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 26, 2015, 12:25:04 pm
Any news for the fist beta release, you are still on track for the 30th of October? ;D
Yes, we are. Although, I am getting distracted by a few other things.
Hopefully, I will get back on track and meeting the goal date.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 26, 2015, 02:44:59 pm
Today is my birthday so it would be great if it was today, but understand that not everyone can give me great gifts :-P
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 26, 2015, 02:59:06 pm
Today is my birthday so it would be great if it was today, but understand that not everyone can give me great gifts :-P
Happy birthday to ya!
Happy birthday to ya!
Happy birthday!
Happy birthday to ya!
Haaaappy birthhhhh day!
Now, break it down...  ;D

Don't ever say I never sang you a song.  :P
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on October 26, 2015, 03:02:15 pm
thanks man, touched my heart /weeps tears of joy.

haha, now get back to work and hurry up with standards :-P
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 28, 2015, 03:17:20 pm
Bah, looks like the release will be next week (November 6th).  :-[

The delay is due to work relating to new version releases of tRAID and RAID-F, which is taking a little longer than planned.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: cogliostrio on October 29, 2015, 12:40:34 am
Standards looks very interesting, but updates to existing software is always appreciated.

Its also been a while since we heard anything about NZFS. Is there anything new you could share about that?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on October 29, 2015, 09:50:53 am
Indeed no word on NZFS as it probably won't be for this market (at least not in a primary fashion).  ;)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 06, 2015, 01:36:46 pm
Are we likely to see a early release this weekend? I'm keen to play with it!
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 06, 2015, 02:02:06 pm
Are we likely to see a early release this weekend? I'm keen to play with it!
Not this weekend unfortunately. Still busy trying to get the next tRAID release out.
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 06, 2015, 05:34:03 pm
Shame, but fair enough :-)  Are you able to share the pricing structure for Standards?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: bigbob on November 07, 2015, 09:35:02 am
Not this weekend unfortunately. Still busy trying to get the next tRAID release out.

This will be another 1.x update?  Or is tRAID 2.0 about to be released?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: dremeier on November 11, 2015, 02:54:33 pm
any news or target release date for Standards or the tRAID update?
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 11, 2015, 03:51:55 pm
The tRAID release update is out.
FlexRAID Standards will likely be out on November the 20th (next week).
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Hammerfest on November 19, 2015, 03:32:16 pm
The tRAID release update is out.
FlexRAID Standards will likely be out on November the 20th (next week).

New Windows Server 2016 release today, your release tomorrow (take 3 hopefully, else move to take 4 :X), and the AMD Driver release on the 24th... oh man, I cannot wait, so many exciting release's! (ok, AMD launch date is speculative, not concrete...)

Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 19, 2015, 03:35:20 pm
haha, I am ready to test... I've been deciding on how to repurpose my various servers as this is going to be epic and finally allow me to have a fully supported replacement to a custom DSM system.  I'm especially keen to get my tv server running on the same platform as my storage array... Would give me an extra Dell R310 to play with for a virtual server!
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 19, 2015, 05:00:53 pm
Sorry for dragging my feet on this one. I had to give priority to the existing products.

A release of FlexRAID Standard on November 27, 2015 is almost certain (pending that I don't get pulled into something else).
The good news here is that, in between the delays, I have actually added some significant new features. So, the delays have been for the best. :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 22, 2015, 01:15:21 pm
Hi Brahim,

Can you give an indication of the cost of FlexRAID Standards?  I've got some money set aside (assuming it does what I want it to) but I also need a new server motherboard for my storage array; Depending on the price of standards, that will depend on whether I will fund both, or have to choose the most appropriate option.

Thanks,

Chris
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 27, 2015, 04:56:11 pm
Hi Brahim,

Are we going to see the review of standards this weekend? Sorry to be a pain and keep asking :-)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Brahim on November 27, 2015, 05:27:49 pm
Hi Brahim,

Are we going to see the review of standards this weekend? Sorry to be a pain and keep asking :-)
http://forum.flexraid.com/index.php/topic,5217.0.html :)
Title: Re: Announcing FlexRAID Standards (TM)
Post by: Benoire on November 27, 2015, 11:32:51 pm
B-e-a-utiful :-)

Booting up the VM right now, will get this installed and testing... perfect timing as I've just ordered a new Xeon motherboard for my storage server... 16GB DDR3 ECC RDimms here we come (not to mention the 6 pcie 2.0 x8 slots for expansion and tv cards).
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