EonNAS minimizes business loss caused by downtime and data loss with unlimited snapshot, pool mirror, remote replication, corrupt data self-healing and RAID protection. It also makes businesses compliance-ready with the robust WORM (Write Once, Read Many) technology.
The snapshot feature available on the EonNAS can be used to protect shared folders, iSCSI volumes and system settings. EonNAS supports an unlimited number of snapshots at intervals as short as 10 minutes. In addition, users can automate processes including snapshot creation and pruning. Snapshots will be automatically removed when they reach thresholds in terms of total number of snapshots or retention period.
To mitigate a disaster's impact on business continuity, data loss and downtime have to be minimized. The built-in pool mirror function on EonNAS helps users perform real-time data replication between two different EonNAS. When the primary system goes down, the standby system, which features the same data, can seamlessly take over services at minimized downtime.
Encrypted Remote Replication
This prevents your sensitive business data from being stolen by unauthorized breach or access. Even when processing remote monitoring/backup, EonNAS offers Encrypted Remote Replication by Rsync (with 128-bit SSH) to make sure the end-to end data security.
Corrupt Data Self-Healing
End-to-end data integrity requires that each data block be verified against an independent checksum. ZFS uses its end-to-end checksums to detect and to correct silent data corruption. If a disk returns bad data transiently, ZFS will detect it and retry the read. If the disk is part of a mirror or RAID group, ZFS will both detect and correct the error: it will use the checksum to determine which copy is correct, provide good data to the application, and repair the damaged copy.
EonNAS features RAID protection, which ensures data stays intact even during simultaneous failures of up to two disk drives. When a drive failure occurs, a pre-assigned Hot Spare will be automatically leveraged to rebuild the original RAID configuration. In addition, Disk-Roaming Design enables disk drives be moved within an array, meaning when there is a need of system replacement, the hard drives within an array could be intact transferred to another EonNAS system and be automatically recognized without hard drives re-building concern.
WORM (Write Once, Read Many)
The WORM function prevents data from being edited, overwritten, corrupted or deleted until a retention period has arrived. WORM addresses the five elements of regulatory compliance: data integrity protection, data accessibility, data auditing, data duplication and data migration. EonNAS features secure data storage with flexibility to store both compliance-based WORM data and normal data for archive.