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|valign="top" |'''HELiOS''' (Healthcare Enterprise Linux Operating System) is the standard Linux operating system used within GE Healthcare
|valign="top" |'''High-Availability's''' flagship product, RSF-1, brings advanced HA (High Availability) features to ZFS providing a more resilient and robust storage offering tolerant to system failures. Active/Active and Active/Passive configurations are supported. As well as providing core ZFS HA and failover capability to ensure availability in the event of failure. RSF-1 also brings ring-fencing mechanisms to protect multi-tenanted storage devices, orchestrates the seamless failover of COMSTAR and ALUA targets, and manages virtual network access (views) to the data.
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|valign="top" |Researchers at '''Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory''' use OpenZFS and the high-performance Lustre® parallel file system to store the vast quantities of simulation data produced by some of the largest supercomputers in the world.
|valign="top" |[[file: MyNAS_Storage_Appliance_Logo.jpg |150px|link=http://www.mynas.com.au]]
|valign="top" |'''Nexenta Systems''' is the world’s leading provider of Software-defined Storage solutions. The company’s flagship software platform, NexentaStor, delivers high-performance, ultra-scalable, cloud- and virtualization-optimized storage solutions worldwide and is based on ZFS technology.
|valign="top" |[[file:OmniTI-logo.jpeg |150px|link=http://www.omniti.com/]]<br>[https://github.com/
omniti-labs/illumos-omnios/tree/master/usr/src/uts/common/fs/zfs Source code]|valign="top" |''' [http://omnios.omniti.com OmniOS ]''' builds on illumos to make a complete operating system, providing users with a familiar, installable operating system with a minimal package set to ease regulatory compliance. It delivers a self-hosting environment with simplified processes for ongoing maintenance and up-to-date third-party software.
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|valign="top" |'''RackTop'''® develops business oriented products to solve the most critical issues within the data center, enabling and accelerating organizational success. RackTop’s suite of ZFS based storage appliances are designed to address the demands of an elastic datacenter. RackTop's BrickStor, EBR, and vBox product lines leverage ZFS for performance and data integrity, while shortening implementation times and increasing end-user experience. MyRacktop is a high performance storage and infrastructure cloud powered by the same suite of products, complimenting each with the integrated ability to store and replicate data offsite.
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|valign="top" |[[file:Wheel_153x35.jpg |150px|link=http://www.wheelsystems.com/]]
|valign="top" |'''WHEEL Systems''' is a leading developer of innovative IT security solutions, specializing in users authorization and authentication, and monitoring access to corporate networks. Our latest product – FUDO – is build on top of FreeBSD and ZFS. We take advantage of many excellent ZFS features, including RAID-Z2 for reliability, transparent compression, snapshots for data distribution across FUDO cluster and SHA256 checksumming for integrity verification along with FreeBSD/GELI block-level data encryption. Pawel Jakub Dawidek (CTO) ported ZFS to FreeBSD.
|valign="top" align="center" |[[file: Zetavault-1000px.png |60px|link=http://www.zeta.systems/zetavault/]]