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OlamServer-24

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  • Storage server ready for virtualization with OmniOS bloody and napp-it web interface
  • ZFS500 with LZ4 compression ready
  • Supermicro Server SC216
  • 2U High Density 2.5" HDD Chassis 24x 2.5" Hot-swap SAS/SATA HD bays
  • Dual 6Gb/s SAS2 Expanders
  • 1200W Redundant High-efficiency 80PLUS Gold Level Power Supply
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Olamserver-24 quad

  • Storage server ready for virtualization with OmniOS bloody and napp-it web interface
  • ZFS500 with LZ4 compression ready
  • Supermicro Server SC848A
  • 4-Way Processor and High Storage Capacity Applications
  • 24x 3.5" SAS / SATA Hot-swap Drive Bays with SES2
  • 1800W (2+1 redundant) High-efficiency Power Supply
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Olamserver-36 quad

  • Storage server ready for virtualization with OmniOS bloody and napp-it web interface
  • ZFS500 with LZ4 compression ready
  • Supermicro Server SC847
  • Maximum 3.5" hot-swap drives density 36x (24 front + 12 rear) HDD bays; E16-2x Expanders support SAS2 (6Gb/s)
  • Redundant (1+1) 1400W Gold Level power supply with PMBus function
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Olamserver-72 quad

  • Storage server ready for virtualization with OmniOS bloody and napp-it web interface
  • ZFS500 with LZ4 compression ready
  • Supermicro Server SC417E
  • 72x (48 front + 24 rear) 2.5" HDD bays E26: Dual Expander chips support SAS2 (6Gb/s)
  • Redundant (1+1) 1400W Gold Level power supply with PMBus function
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Frequently Asked Questions

What's OmniOS?

OmniOS builds on Illumos to make a complete operating system.

  • Provides users with a familiar, installable operating system with a minimal package set to ease regulatory compliance
  • Delivers a self-hosting, environment with simplified processes for ongoing maintenance
  • Third-party software components that are delivered with the core are up-to-date (gcc/4.7.2, OpenSSL/1.0.1e)
  • A more consistent, dual instruction set support (x86 and x86-64).
  • A simple and supported environment for managing custom repositories with your software packages.
  • Lightweight virtualization: zones provide a combination of system resource controls and the boundary separation provided by zones.
  • Hardware virtualization: KVM provides full hardware virtualization for running safe and isolated guests such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and many others.
  • Network virtualization: Crossbow provides the building blocks for network virtualization and resource control by virtualizing the stack and NIC around any service (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, NFS, etc.), protocol or container.
  • ZFS file system: combined file system and logical volume manager with superior data integrity protection and scalability.
  • DTrace: provides increased visibility and aids in troubleshooting on any level of the application stack.