– FlexRAID allows you to easily define server shares and manage user permissions to those shares. You can also define hidden shares.
– The shares defined in FlexRAID integrate into Windows Share Management interface for more fine tuned management.
– Through the Windows Share Management interface, you can define […]
The FlexRAID redesigns have been finally and fully ported to Linux.
With that, FlexRAID now provides a similar and consistent user experience regardless of the platform.
Users can choose to run FlexRAID on Windows or on Linux based on their requirements and take advantage of what each platform has to offer.
1. Cruise Control […]
This is the one feature I have been longing to implement for the longest time.
Well, it is finally here.
It is important to write bug free and user proof code, but the reality is without full control of the user’s environment, that’s nearly impossible.
The next best thing, however, is the […]
FlexRAID provides the cleanest integration into WHS 2011 out of all solutions out there.
FlexRAID requires no plugin and presents its Storage Pool drive as a native NTFS drive to WHS 2011.
This means you can add and manage a FlexRAID pool drive just like a regular but massive drive in WHS 2011’s dashboard.
Without much details, here are spoilers of the new FlexRAID Cruise Control UI.
The power of FlexRAID is trilling to advanced users but daunting to novices. Finding the perfect balance in a UI that is usable to both is non-trivial. Well, I took a stab at coming up with something that will please both groups. […]
I have been fairly productive over the past weekend as I completed the re-implementation of the Windows version of the FlexRAID Storage Pooling functionality.
I made the decision to undertake this effort about two weeks ago and went in feet first not knowing what I was getting myself into.
Well, things went a lot […]
I wasn’t planning on completing the Linux port of FlexRAID 2.0 until a few weeks from now. However, I discovered that I had done so much work during my last porting effort that there wasn’t as much left to do as I had thought. I am frankly amazed at the amount of work I did […]
I have been busy the past few days porting the storage pooling and real-time RAID features of FlexRAID to Linux.
This has been long overdue and will unify both Windows and Linux on the features set of FlexRAID.
The first phase implementation of the port is now complete (see screenshot). This phase […]
The redesign of the web client interface of FlexRAID has been quite overdue. The new interface is not only slicker but most importantly more intuitive. I am still ironing out a few visual aspects, but I do like how it came out.