We performed a comparison between FreeNAS and IBM Scale-out NAS based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two NAS solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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IBM Scale-out NAS (SONAS) is a solution for cloud storage implementations. It is designed to consolidate files that are scattered in multiple storage locations and allow them to be efficiently shared and managed.
FreeNAS is ranked 8th in NAS with 3 reviews while IBM Scale-out NAS is ranked 16th in NAS. FreeNAS is rated 7.6, while IBM Scale-out NAS is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of FreeNAS writes "Easy to implement and has a good setup wizard but needs better documentation". On the other hand, FreeNAS is most compared with StarWind Storage Appliance, NetApp FAS Series, Dell PowerScale (Isilon), HPE StoreEasy and Qumulo, whereas IBM Scale-out NAS is most compared with Dell PowerScale (Isilon), HPE StoreEasy, NetApp FAS Series and IBM FlashSystem.
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