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kimFS.com just 7.71W / To


yonatan
04-02-2010, 14:51
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
You could use this for files > 90 days old. Better yet, since you can actually power off a server with "shutdown", you could use this for offline storage. Just power it back on with a SOAPi hard-reboot command when you need to store more files or restore them... But then, OVH is not yet discounting your monthly fee for days it's turned off (hint, hint).
I'm more after a nightly backup scheme .. daily folders for each server.
currently I backup to 2 locations (in and out of the ovh network.)
but it would be good to have Another location in the OVH network...
the ftp backups are too small , and the storage servers run out of space quickly

Myatu
04-02-2010, 14:40
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
but the small 2T has 100MBIT Port , which is a BIG setback, say you run nightly backups from 4-5 servers at the same time .. you kill the NIC :-(
You could use this for files > 90 days old. Better yet, since you can actually power off a server with "shutdown", you could use this for offline storage. Just power it back on with a SOAPi hard-reboot command when you need to store more files or restore them... But then, OVH is not yet discounting your monthly fee for days it's turned off (hint, hint).

MicroChip123
04-02-2010, 14:32
http://www.kimfs.co.uk/ Needs to be translated.

We are still waiting for pics of RBX3.

yonatan
04-02-2010, 14:18
Quote Originally Posted by HandsomeChap
Somewhat confused, are these like internal access only? The no bandwidth SLA, no limit etc, makes me think yes, but I am not very good at reading french. Also there seems to be no option for hardware raid?
no need for external traffic for a local SAN , this makes sense ..., its connected just to give you access via SSH..

but the small 2T has 100MBIT Port , which is a BIG setback, say you run nightly backups from 4-5 servers at the same time .. you kill the NIC :-(

Myatu
04-02-2010, 14:13
@Oles: You should do this in miroWatt per MB, Oles. So it's 7.35 microWatt per MB - impressive!

@HandsomeChap: "** Speeds not guaranteed, at best effort".

yonatan
04-02-2010, 14:06
Hello Octave,
when will we have the 10T in stock? this sounds and looks great for a SAN.
do you have a estimated time for deployment ?

HandsomeChap
04-02-2010, 13:53
Somewhat confused, are these like internal access only? The no bandwidth SLA, no limit etc, makes me think yes, but I am not very good at reading french. Also there seems to be no option for hardware raid?

Razakel
04-02-2010, 13:46
Hello,
A new type of server is born:

kimfs.com

It is a species with the root and full distribution.
This species offers full TB of storage.
This species consumes little energy.

7.71 W / TB
(including the data center)

That's less than a low-energy bulb.

Ovh offers 3 KimFS:

FS-4T with 4TB of disks for 49.99 +tax / month
FS-10T with 10TB of disk for 149.99 +tax / month
FS-24T with 24TB of disk for 399.99 +tax / month

This series of dedicated servers at Ovh specializes in storage, backup and long-term archiving. The choice of components were made according to the requirements.

Very soon, you'll be able to choose the location of your KimFS among the 4 data centers OVH has and reduce the risk of data loss in case of a plane crashes into one of our datacentres. It happens.

I invite you to visit the official website and read "The KimFS Concept" which explains everything about the reasons that led to this offer.

To learn more:
http://www.kimfs.com/

Regards
Octave

oles@ovh.net
04-02-2010, 13:42
Hello,

A new type of server is born:

kimfs.com

It is a species of server with the root and many distributions. This species offers lots of TB of storage This species will consume little energy

7.71 W / TB
(inclusive of data center)

That's less than a low-energy bulb / TB

OVH offers 3 kimfs:

FS-4T with 4TB of disks for 49.99 Ex. vat / month
FS-10T with 10TB of disk for 149.99 Ex. vat / month
FS-24T with 24TB of disk for 399.99 Ex. vat / month

This will be the first series of dedicated servers at OVH. The specialisation we are using here is the storage, backup and a longer duration of archives. The choice of component was done in accordance with the specifications.

Very quickly, you'll be able to choose the location Your kimFS among the 4 data centers has run by OVH and reduce the risk of data loss in case a plane crashes onto one of our datacentres....It could happen.

I invite you to visit the official website and read "The concept kimFS" which will explain everything behind the motivation
that led to this offer.

More:
http://www.kimfs.co.uk/

Regards,

Octave