Don Brady, a former Apple engineer and his company, Ten’s Complement, “are bringing ZFS support to Mac OS X with the company’s latest project, ZEVO Silver Edition,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.
“The Silver Edition is just the first product from Ten’s Complement and includes basic ZFS support for $19.95,” Kahn reports. “Other products will follow including a $40 Gold Edition and a Platinum Edition with support for RAIDZ and other advanced features. A Developer Edition will provide devs with ‘conventional ZFS command line tools,’ GUI options, and customization options.”
Kahn reports, “As MacRumors pointed out, the MacZFS open source project is also continuing development on the original work done by Sun and Apple.”
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