All About SMB

A brief history of CIFS/SMB, its development and current state
Jun 0
Jun 0

MoSMB as a NAS Gateway

A NAS Gateway typically is a diskless file server that contains the file sharing protocol and the file system that can be scalable with unlimited backend storage from a SAN array, either FC or iSCSI. Typically, a NAS Gateway is capable of offering both the widely-used File system protocols; NFS & SMB. With the recent […]

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Jul 2
Jul 2

Ryussi Technologies and Microsoft announce new partnership in business and technology solutions

REDMOND, Wash., and PUNE, India — July 21, 2016 — On Thursday, Microsoft Technology Licensing LLC and Ryussi Technologies Private Ltd. announced a new partnership in business and technology solutions covering Microsoft’s File Access Server Protocols for the enterprise data storage market. The agreement comes as Ryussi Technologies releases to the data storage market MoSMB […]

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Apr 0
Apr 0

Enterprise SMB3 features supported by MoSMB

Enterprise storage requires advanced features to ensure varied use cases, business continuity, security and high performance. MoSMB’s advanced architecture and powerful SMB 3.x features make it the preferred choice for the enterprise data center. MoSMB, besides a SMB 3.x server also supports the following advanced features: SMB Transparent Failover – Continuous Availability SMB Scale-Out – […]

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Apr 0
Apr 0

SMB3 use cases supported by MoSMB – which one is yours?

MoSMB supports multiple use cases. MoSMB’s advanced architecture and features make it well it well suited for a number of SMB 3.0 use cases for enterprise use. MoSMB can support the following use cases: Hyper-V over SMB Hyper-V based VDI infrastructure Continuously available SMB file server cluster Application consistent Hyper-V backup solution using RVSS Enterprise […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

Is your SMB NAS Secure?

CIFS/SMB 2.x have security holes Are you using SMB 3.x in your storage environment? If not, your data could be stolen using a simple man in the middle attack on the network and this can happen even if you are printing a document using the SMB2.0 protocol. With the unveiling of SMB 3.0 a couple […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

MoSMB passes almost 90% of MS SMB test suite

The results are out and MoSMB passes the MS SMB test suite with flying colors! We tested the evaluation version of MoSMB with “Microsoft File Server Protocol Test Suite 2015″ using “Protocol Test Manager 2015″ and as expected, MoSMB passed over 90% of test cases for the features implemented in the evaluation version. You too […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

MoSMB (SMB3 Server) is now available for evaluation

It’s here ! Your opportunity to evaluate MoSMB MoSMB, a highly scalable SMB3 stack (proprietary) on linux targeted for advanced NAS solutions supporting HyperV use case is ready for evaluation. The evaluation version allows you to test drive key functionality: • Hyper-V VM use case • File Server functionality • MS Protocol Test Suite (85% […]

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Feb 0
Feb 0

All about MoSMB Architecture – Part III

We are pleased to present part III of the excerpts from an interview with Dr. Sunu Engineer, CTO of Ryussi Technologies who is talking about his vision for “MoSMB – SMB with Mojo” architecture and how it will enable storage companies to embrace SMB 3.0 in their systems easily in a very short time. How […]

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Jan 0
Jan 0

All about MoSMB Architecture – Part II

We are pleased to present part II of the excerpts from an interview with Dr. Sunu Engineer, CTO of Ryussi Technologies who is talking about his vision for “MoSMB – SMB with Mojo” architecture and how it will enable storage companies to embrace SMB 3.0 in their systems easily in a very short time. What […]

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Jan 0
Jan 0

All about MoSMB Architecture – Part I

We are pleased to present excerpts from an interview with Dr. Sunu Engineer, CTO of Ryussi Technologies who is talking about his vision for “MoSMB – SMB with Mojo” architecture and how it will enable storage companies to embrace SMB 3.0 in their systems easily in a very short time. How would you describe MoSMB […]

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