The developers of FreeNAS have made available version 11.1-RELEASE! The changes in this one are FreeBSD 11.1 base, OpenZFS improvements, resilvering, new GUI themes, Intel Skylake, Kaby Lake, and AMD Ryzen compatibility, and cloud sync options. See the link(s) below for a full list of changes. Download here.
FreeNAS 11.1 Provides Greater Performance and Cloud Integration
The FreeNAS Development Team is excited and proud to present FreeNAS 11.1! FreeNAS 11.1 adds cloud integration, OpenZFS performance improvements, including the ability to prioritize resilvering operations, and preliminary Docker support to the world’s most popular software-defined storage operating system. This release includes an updated preview of the beta version of the new administrator graphical user interface, including the ability to select display themes. This post provides a brief overview of the new features.
The base operating system has been updated to the STABLE version of FreeBSD 11.1, which adds new features, updated drivers, and the latest security fixes. Support for Intel® Xeon® Scalable Family processors, AMD Ryzen processors, and HBA 9400-91 has been added.
FreeNAS 11.1 adds a cloud sync (data import/export to the cloud) feature. This new feature lets you sync (similar to backup), move (erase from source), or copy (only changed data) data to and from public cloud providers that include Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Services), Backblaze B2 Cloud, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
Original announcement: http://www.freenas.org/blog/freenas-11-1-release/
New Features in 11.1: https://doc.freenas.org/11/intro.html#new-features-in-release