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Infortrend EonNAS 3000 Series Command Line Support Boosts Management Efficiency and Customization

TAIPEI, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Infortrend® (Public TPE: 2495) today announced that EonNAS 3000 unified storage systems have added support for command line interface (CLI). Joining the intuitive EonNAS GUI, CLI allows direct system management, helping IT managers perform tasks with greater flexibility and efficiency.

EonNAS 3000 Series

With CLI, administrators can script custom commands and management routines and choose to supervise EonNAS 3000 more directly compared to GUI. CLI provides system integrators added control and versatility when setting up EonNAS 3000 for first deployment or during routine management. While GUIs are simple and designed for general users, CLI is preferred by IT professionals as it offers quicker control with direct commands and supports scripting. CLI works at a more basic level, and consumes less system resources than a GUI.

Among its many advantages, the EonNAS 3000 series delivers diverse form factors and supports high availability with active-active redundant controllers. It employs the powerful ZFS file system, Global Namespace support, and easily-upgradable modular hardware. Flexible scalability supports storage expansion, making EonNAS 3000 highly future-proof. Bundled data services include unlimited snapshot, remote replication, pool mirror, and extensive virtualization support.

"We listen to users and accommodate system administrators and integrators. We decided to add CLI to EonNAS 3000 to give users very efficient and flexible control over these powerful storage solutions. CLI complements GUI environments so users have more choice as part of our effort to serve as many customers as possible with the greatest degree of convenience," said Thomas Kao, Senior Director of Product Planning at Infortrend.

The new EonOne central management utility arrives alongside CLI functionality, which has also been added to make EonNAS management more versatile.

Click here for additional EonNAS 3000 product information.

About Infortrend

Founded in 1993, Infortrend Corporation (Public TPE: 2495) is a leading provider of high performance networked storage solutions focusing on quality, reliability, choice, and value. Fueled by technological expertise and system-level knowledge, Infortrend storage has been widely deployed in various demanding applications by users across commercial and industrial markets. Core brands include the ESVA, EonStor DS, and EonNAS families. For more information, please visit www.infortrend.com.

Infortrend®, ESVA®, EonStor®, and SANWatch® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Infortrend Technology, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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