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NAS devices offer an affordable compromise to investing in more expensive server solutions for small businesses. "Every small business with a network needs a server to share and secure data. NAS devices are an easy solution, but they don't provide the powerful features that would make them an ideal replacement to a server," says Warren Luebkeman, CEO of Resara LLC. "We wanted to develop a solution that would bridge the gap between NAS products and small business servers. A simple appliance that shares data, and also has advanced features like a domain controller for network management." Earlier this year, Resara LLC launched its line of OfficeBox server appliances, which offer the simplicity of a NAS solution, but pack the powerful features of a traditional small business server. "With this product, a business can configure a network with an Active Directory compatib... (more)

Resara Brings Greater Adoption of Samba4 with Resara Server 1.1

On January 15th, 2012, Resara LLC released the much awaited 1.1 version of Resara Server - the hassle-free Linux domain controller based on Samba4. This is the biggest release since 1.0 was launched in March of 2011, and offers features like multi-server replication and load-balancing, dynamic DNS updates, a new installable ISO, and many other new features and refinements. This release makes Resara Server even easier to install and manage, and a great fit for small businesses, chain offices, and large corporations. Resara began development on Resara Server in late 2010 to create a... (more)

Resara Server 1.0 Released

On March 29, the Linux software company Resara LLC released its latest open source product, Resara Server. Resara Server is a small business server solution designed to be usable by anyone, regardless of their experience with Linux. It can provide an Active Directory compatible domain through Samba 4, user and computer management, file sharing, remote file access, and much more. "We have been deploying Linux servers since 2004, and we were very frustrated by the lack of easy, practical authentication solutions for Linux", said Resara's CTO, Brendan Powers. "A year ago we decided ... (more)