SAN network management tool that can help you manage your storage space and help you access data by using a Fibre Channel based network
FibreJet is a SAN management tool for Mac OS X that offers you the possibility to create a storage network that can be accessed by various workstations, regardless of their operating system.
Share your data storage space with others
By using a Fibre Channel or an Ethernet iSCSI network, FibreJet offers you the possibility to create a connection between various computers and enables them to access the same shared storage at the same time.
Since FibreJet can allow multiple users to read or write data at the same time, you can save a lot of time by making different project files available to everyone involved at the same time. The tool can also prove useful when sharing data sets for cluster computing.
The best part is that each workstation connected to the SAN network will detect the storage space as being attached directly to the machine. Moreover, FibreJet can work with most RAID or JBOD storage devices, and with different HBAs models.
Easy to setup and manage SAN network tool
The FibreJet San management utility comes with its own installer package which reduces the entire procedure to merely following the on-screen instructions. Keep in mind that you will have to restart your computer.
Within the CommandSoft folder newly created in your Application directory, you will find the FibreJet utility, various resources and documentation files, but also the uninstaller script (use it to properly remove FibreJet from your system).
FibreJet also places a Preferences Pane in your System Preferences window where you can easily toggle the volume maintenance function, adjust the startup and AV settings, or input the Hardware Key required to access the app.
All in all, FibreJet offers you the possibility to view all the storage locations connected to your SAN network and enables users to access the same data, at the same time, and work together on various projects.
- Xserve or Xserve G5, Power Mac G4 (dual 800 MHz or faster) or Power Mac G5
- At least 512 MB of RAM.