• 06 Oct 2022
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Article Summary

Network File System (NFS) is a type of file system mechanism that enables the storage and retrieval of data from multiple disks and directories across a shared network. A network file system enables local users to access remote data and files in the same way they are accessed locally. 

The use cases for NFS commonly include: 

  • File Storage in Windows & Linux Systems
  • Backup Storage 
  • Large File Storage 
  • Scale-Out Archival Storage 

Our current platform is built using Hybrid SAS Mechanical Disks with All-Flash cashing disks in each Node. 

**We do not allow CephS Volumes to be used as Virtual Machine Primary Storage, please use our iSCSI Block Storage Product. This includes the following but is not limited to: 

  • Windows HyperV
  • VMware vSphere
  • KVM 
  • XEN
  • Kubernetes POD Storage

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