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9 Of The Best FreeNAS Alternatives For Your Storage Needs

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  1. TrueNAS Core (formerly FreeNAS) is a storage operating system strong and robust enough to meet the needs of enterprise level businesses.

    Can’t go to the freenas website about over 1 year ago has been retired. What do you need?
  2. OpenMediaVault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux.

    Windows to Linux Switch about 25 days ago:

    I'm using for my "NAS" OS. No desktop, but it does have a good web-based GUI. To automount your NAS drive, you'd have to modify your fstab file. Lots of good tutorials online.
  3. Simplicity. Flexibility. Scalability. Modularity. Unraid empowers you to build the system you’ve always wanted using your preferred hardware, software, and operating systems.

    what are your digital decluttering routines? about about 2 months ago:

    Really: I've got a Synology 10-disk unit in JBOD mode (each drive independent, but see SnapRaid) containing backup of backups and recent set of 4x 14TB unopened drives. I'm working at building a new UnRaid system to contain everything; I just need to confirm the power supply max load and if I can stagger the drives to avoid the maximum inrush. RAID5 is great (but Is Not A Backup), UnRaid is a "daily" RAID5...
  4. Rockstor is a free and open source NAS (Network Attached Storage) operating system.

    Does the NAS market really suck or did I miss something? about about 1 month ago

    I see everyone talking about FreeNAS and TrueNAS but what about RockStor? I've been using their free version for about two years now and so far rock solid (bar the irritating nag screen everytime I go to the dashboard).
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    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  6. Amahi is a media, home and app server software known for its easy-to-use user interface. Amahi has the best media, backup and web apps for small networks.

  7. FuguHub lets you set up and operate your own secure file-sharing site, even if you're not a...

  8. A backup program for disk arrays. It stores parity information of your data and it recovers from up to six disk failures.

  9. PetaSAN is an open source Scale-Out SAN solution offering massive scalability and performance.

  10. File Sharing, OS & Utilities, and Security & Privacy

    Wonder what everyone is using as a home server OS .. and why:).. about 28 days ago

    XigmaNAS. Other machine is Xen. Most likely will move to Proxmox.