Alternatives to OpenMediaVault for all platforms with any license


Show 6 less popular platforms
  • FreeNAS icon


    FreeNAS is a free NAS (Network-Attached Storage) server, supporting: CIFS (samba), FTP, NFS, AFP, RSYNC, iSCSI protocols, S.M.A.R.T., local user authentication, Software...

    Open Source BSD

  • ZFSguru icon


    Are you one of many home users who store a lot of personal data, accumulated over the years, and want to store those in a safe and cool way? Then consider the advantages...

    Open Source BSD

  • FlexRaid T-Raid icon

    FlexRaid T-Raid

    Unify & organize your data. Protect & recover from disk failures! Whether you are choosing Transparent RAID™ or RAID over File System, FlexRAID products allow...

    Commercial Windows Linux Ubuntu

  • EON ZFS Storage icon

    EON ZFS Storage

    What is EON? Embedded Operating system/Networking is a small operating system, built on Solaris, designed to store any amount of digital data on Intel/AMD (x86)...

    Free Personal Linux

  • ESOS

    Enterprise Storage OS. An open source, high performance, block-level storage platform.

    Open Source Linux

  • napp-it icon


    A napp-it is a high-quality block- and filestorage on common and favourable server hardware from ex. DataOn, Dell, HP or SuperMicro paired with a solid server OS...

    Freemium Linux OpenIndiana

  • Know any more alternatives to OpenMediaVault?

    Suggest an application to this list

OpenMediaVault Comments

Running on ARM platforms

about OpenMediaVault · ·

This is the only one that is running on my raspberry and bananapro....

Awesome project . I donated 10 bucks


Running OMV as a VM

about OpenMediaVault · ·

I decided to try this OS out in a virtual machine on my "mainframe" (hypervisor, duh?) and it was nice, the test evolved into something sharp and production-like so I didn't uninstall it. It has been running as a VM for about a year or so, and I like it. I would rather run at on a dedicated box, but I am not gonna use NFS for network storage anymore. I am planning on using ceph instead, and surely, I don't need OMV to use NFS but it was there and it was easy to setup in the webGUI so I thought "why the hell not?" hehe.

But if you want a NAS that you build on your own, instead of buying a Synology or something, I can highly recommend this distro for you.