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XTremeSDS

KernSafe XTremeSDS is user mode and true 100% Software Defined Storage that convert any local storage like NVMe, SATA/SAS HDD, SSD and remote IP SAN storage like iSCSI, ISER and NVMe-oF target into N-ways replication (or upcoming EC) redundancy, dynamic blocks managed Software Defined Storage pool.
XTremeSDS Software Defined Storage provides ways for building data in redundancy and scale-up, performance scaled by adding more devices. That can easy convert any x86 based machine into All-Flash or Hybrid-Storage SDS and make them as single or clustered pool with the ability to create arbitrary, dynamic block volumes that can be utilized by any clients, these volumes are allowed to create unlimited and zero-copy snapshots. User can export data service over iSCSI, iSER, NVMe-oF and vHost by creating RAW, thin provisioning, and log structured volume on the software defined storage pool.

The XTremeSAN, is like our other iSCSI SAN software, but this software is not only an iSCSI SAN, it is software defined storage, support dynamic storage management and provide iSCSI, iSER and NVMe over Fabric as storage interface. User can follow all white paper list here:
http://www.kernsafe.com/white-papers.aspx

To use XTremeSAN is quite easy, you need a machine which running Linux for installing XTremeSAN core service, and then use Internet Explorer to launch the WEB management platform.

1. Install XTremeSAN:

Download XTremeSAN from KernSafe website and then extract the package in any folder.

Open Linux shell command environment and type the command:

sudo -s

Input your root password to get root permission.

Enter the XTremeSAN package directory.

Type the following command to install:

./install.sh

After installed, XTremeSAN will registered as service in Linux, it will automatically start when Linux system start.

2. WEB Management.

In any clients which having Internet Explorer, type the address of the XTremeSAN installed.

http://ip_of_xtremesan/

In the popup up user authorization window, type the user name, password and then click the Log In button.

Default credentials are:

root
kernsafe

Then user can follow user's manual to start using the product.