In this week's Tech Tip, Brett talks about how Houston's Navigator (File Explorer)
and File Sharing modules compliment building Ceph clusters.
Along with our previous release of Houston modules, the ongoing theme behind all of
these new features is to get everyone out of the command line and make setting up
and managing your storage infrastructure super simple.
Utilizing these two modules together will be particularly useful for users who may have been hesitant to get into Ceph and cluster their storage servers.
It's no surprise that our most popular videos of July would be about our Houston modules for Cockpit - these make managing your storage server so easy. Check out the most watched videos of July below!
If you've been following our Tech
Tips last month, you would have heard of the new
updates in Houston. The improvements follow a theme – get out of the command line
and easily manage your Linux server.
The new Houston updates include four new or changed modules that will help you administer your server, including:
Our most popular blog of July gives details on all modules and how to install each. Check it out here!
We didn't create this article in July, but it has been our top article since it was released - so we thought we'd share it with you. This article even comes with a video if you don't feel like reading!
In this article, our lead engineer tackles a commonly asked question here at 45Drives - how does ZFS do its read and write caching? Click the big red button below to find out!
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