In 2001, the Z File System (or ZFS) saw the light of the day as a result of the collaboration between Matt Ahrens and Jeff Bonwick. Designed as a next-generation filesystem for Sun Microsystem’s Solaris, ZFS was a few years later ported to FreeBSD and Linux. Ever since, ZFS has been implemented in numerous large deployments at various enterprises around the world.
The greatest challenge lies in finding the right solution to your development problem. Introducing new featuring means interfacing with the complexity of the OpenZFS system, but also with the open source side of OpenZFS and ensuring smooth upstreams of code.
Our Value Proposition
By working with the the best ZFS developers in the industry, we are offering the quickest route to solution for your development need.
Having the right code or feature is one step of the process. But ensuring that your much needed feature is supported by the community at large is key.
ZFS is all about data, and you can only lose customer data once. The Klara team becomes a part of managing and supporting your solution beyond the development cycle.
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When ZFS was created, the aim was to create the last filesystem that the world of data will need – “the last word in filesystems”. Jumping on a 128-bit architecture, ZFS directly became an enterprise-ready open-source filesystem and volume manager with incredible flexibility and an uncompromising approach to data integrity. If OpenZFS is an integral part of your enterprise, we’re here to help.
The Benefits of Working with Klara
- Develop exactly what you need – Leverage our expertise in the field and our combined years in the OpenZFS community to get exactly the deliverable you’re looking for.
- On time delivery, every time – Avoid scope creeps and typical enterprise delays. We are committed to your outcome.
- Business continuity and support – Either by opting for regular support, or by simply leveraging the software development warranty that comes with our OpenZFS Development Service