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Open-E releases new update 65 for Data Storage Software V7

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Atlanta, Georgia; February 21, 2018: – Open-E, a leading developer of innovative data storage software, released a new update for its data storage software Open-E DSS V7. This update is free of charge for all users. 

The update 65 of Open-E DSS V7 contains updates and fixes that improve its performance and configuration options. Overall storage management and monitoring of the product have been optimized as well.

The improvements in the software include:

  • Software-based watchdog configuration tool to be used in combination with the I/O probing mechanism for fine-tuning failover timings in particular environments
  • IPMI watchdog configuration tool for fine-tuning failover timings; hardware-based and an addition to the software-based watchdog configuration tool 
  • On/Off option for Persistent Reservation Synchronization mechanism

The software also contains an updated driver for Hyper-V v4.1.3 and Intel® i40e v2.4.3.

The update is available for download on:

Other technical details about the “up65” of Open-E DSS V7 can be found in the Release Notes on the download page.

About Open-E

Open-E, founded in 1998, is a well-established developer of IP-based storage management software. Its flagship product Open-E JovianDSS is a robust, award-winning storage application which offers excellent compatibility with industry standards, and is the easiest to use and manage. Additionally, it is of the most stable solutions on the market and undisputed price performance leader. 

Thanks to its reputation, experience and business reliability, Open-E has become the technology partner of choice for industry-leading IT companies. Open-E accounts for over 30,000 installations world-wide and has received numerous industry awards and recognition, also with its product Open-E DSS V7. 

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