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Avere vFXT

The Avere vFXT is an enterprise-scale clustered file system built for the cloud. It provides scalability, flexibility, and easy access to data stored in the cloud, in a datacenter, or both. High-performance computing workloads are supported with automatic hot data caching close to Azure Compute resources. To learn more please visit the Avere vFXT documentation page.


These tutorials help you understand cluster performance testing and common use-case tasks.


  • vFXT guides - Additional documentation about the Avere vFXT cluster
  • usage - Usage guide for the script
  • FXT Cluster Creation Guide - Although this guide is for creating clusters of physical FXT appliances, some configuration information is relevant for vFXT clusters as well.
  • Cluster Configuration Guide - A conceptual guide and complete settings reference for administering an Avere cluster.
  • Dashboard Guide - How to use the cluster monitoring features of the Avere Control Panel.

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