FreeNAS 11.2 Released With Modern Web Interface, Improved Jails
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 6 December 2018 at 05:28 AM EST. 14 Comments
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A new release of the FreeBSD+ZFS-based network attached storage operating system, FreeNAS, is now available for this platform developed by iXsystems.

FreeNAS 11.2 brings a new and modern web interface developed using Angular+Javascript, Iocage replaces Warden for the jails and plug-in management, various new and improved plug-ins, new cloud integration options, improved VM management, various file-system enhancements thanks to using the latest OpenZFS, mobile and theming supports, and various other improvements.

FreeNAS users wanting to learn more about this big 11.2 update can find all of the details, including screenshots and videos, on FreeNAS.org.

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