Shared file storage from 3TB to 144TB for your OVHcloud solutions.
A low-cost OpenZFS-based storage service, managed by OVHcloud, immediately available for Windows and/or Linux/UNIX applications that require a shared file system.
In just a few clicks, you can use centralised storage spaces to store file data from your OVHcloud solutions. Our servers are equipped with a redundant architecture, ensuring high availability.
- Based on OpenZFS
- Custom configurable snapshots included
- Simplified DNS management
- Accessible via NFS and CIFS
- SSD RAID 10 disks
- 3TB to 144TB per service
A fully-managed file storage service
Simplified infrastructure deployment
Fully-managed HA-NAS file storage spaces, based on the industry-standard OpenZFS file system.
Compatible with market-standard protocols
File systems accessible via NFS and/or CIFS protocols for your OVHcloud services.
A trusted player
A GDPR-compliant, ISO 27001 certified HA-NAS service. With HDS certification, you can host healthcare data with a high level of security.
Protect your data in the event of master file corruption at no additional cost
Regular, customisable snapshots (automatic and/or manual) stored in an additional space to your primary storage (on the same hardware platform).
A wide range of volumes
Volume granularity from 3TB to 144TB to meet scalable requirements.
A pricing model designed to be predictable. No hidden costs, with unlimited ingress and egress traffic included.
A redundant architecture to ensure high-level storage access
A HA-NAS service is made up of two servers that have access to the storage space: a primary server and a secondary server. These two machines ensure a high level of availability for accessing the storage space.
In the event of a maintenance operation or a failure on one of the servers, the second server takes over. This is to ensure service continuity and access to storage space.
Snapshot policy — a way to protect your data in the event of master file corruption
Snapshots are instant images of the data on your partition. If your main file is corrupted, you can access your previous snapshots (on the same physical device) and retrieve your information as it was when the last snapshot was taken (e.g. 1 hour, 24 hours, 48 hours ago). You can configure the snapshot frequency to automate them at no additional cost.
However, please note that OVHcloud can take snapshots of your data without any obligation. If required, you can request a restoration of these, provided that they exist. However, this action incurs additional costs.
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Support and documentation
We offer a range of documentation and online support to assist you in setting up and configuring your HA-NAS.
Guides and documentation
Online support to give you step-by-step advice on using your solutions.
Experts to support you with your projects.
Your questions answered
What is a HA-NAS server, and what is it used for?
A HA-NAS server is a centralised file data storage system, fully managed by OVHcloud. It is based on the OpenZFS file system, and can be used to store structured data from different OVHcloud services.
Which OVHcloud products are compatible with HA-NAS?
HA-NAS is accessible from the following OVHcloud solutions: Bare Metal Cloud, Hosted Private Cloud and Public Cloud.
Which backup policy is associated with HA-NAS?
Users are responsible for managing their backups (tools and policies) inside and outside the service, as well as their business continuity and disaster recovery plans. However, for infrastructure security and resilience purposes, OVHcloud can take snapshots of the service on a remote server without any obligation.
In the event of an outage or attack, if OVHcloud has taken a snapshot on a remote server, we can then restore the data from the last available snapshot. Please note, however, that this is done on request and is an optional service that will be billed.
How is my snapshot storage managed?
You are allocated additional space on the same physical device to ensure that your snapshots are stored. This storage space corresponds to at least 15% of the primary volume. If you exceed this limit, the snapshots will be stored on your main storage space. You cannot use the additional space for anything other than snapshot storage.