License: GPLv3


LINSTORĀ® developed by LINBIT, is a software that manages replicated volumes across a group of machines. With native integration to Kubernetes, LINSTOR makes building, running, and controlling block storage simple. LINSTORĀ® is open-source software designed to manage block storage devices for large Linux server clusters. It’s used to provide persistent Linux block storage for cloudnative and hypervisor environments.




Pure-FTPd is a fast, production-quality, standard-conformant FTP server, based upon Troll-FTPd. The server has been designed to be secure in default configuration, it has no known vulnerability, it is really trivial to set up and it is especially designed for modern kernels. It was successfully ported to Linux, FreeBSD, Dragonfly BSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, OSX, AIX and more.


License: AGPLv3


PetaSAN is a scale-out active/active storage solution offering massive scalability and performance. PetaSAN uses modern cloud based technologies to provide the elasticity and agility to scale up the storage cluster simply by adding more nodes; this can be done at any time and in a truly non-disruptive manner.


License: BSD 3-Clause


Open CAS Framework (OCF) is high performance block storage caching meta-library written in C. It’s entirely platform and system independent, accessing system API through user provided environment wrappers layer. OCF tightly integrates with the rest of software stack, providing flawless, high performance, low latency caching utility.


License: Mozilla Public License 2.0


Stratis is a tool to easily configure pools and filesystems with enhanced storage functionality that works within the existing Linux storage management stack. To achieve this, Stratis prioritizes a straightforward command-line experience, a rich API, and a fully automated approach to storage management. It builds upon elements of the existing storage stack as much as possible. Specifically, Stratis uses device-mapper, LUKS, XFS, and Clevis. Stratis may also incorporate additional technologies in the future.