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* [http://synology.com Synology] (NAS vendor) features Btrfs starting in [https://www.synology.com/en-global/dsm/Btrfs DiskStation Manager (DSM) v6.0]
 
* [http://synology.com Synology] (NAS vendor) features Btrfs starting in [https://www.synology.com/en-global/dsm/Btrfs DiskStation Manager (DSM) v6.0]
 
* [http://www.hostdime.com HostDime] (as of 2017/01, used for backup drives, underlying FS for OpenStack cloud, and primary FS of CentOS 7 shared server fleet)
 
* [http://www.hostdime.com HostDime] (as of 2017/01, used for backup drives, underlying FS for OpenStack cloud, and primary FS of CentOS 7 shared server fleet)
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* [https://www.mendix.com/ Mendix] (since end 2014) for backup servers using snapshots and rsync (remotes are mostly ext4) and for incremental replication (fast and often) for disaster recovery purposes using snapshots and send/receive (btrbk)
  
 
These companies are currently working on adding Btrfs to production products:
 
These companies are currently working on adding Btrfs to production products:

Revision as of 19:57, 30 January 2017

(this page is very incomplete, please add to it)

The following companies use Btrfs in production:

  • Facebook (testing in production as of 2014/04)
  • Jolla (smartphone)
  • Lavu (iPad point of sale solution. Used for compressed log storage on webservers.)
  • Rockstor (BTRFS powered FOSS NAS solution)
  • Tripadvisor (mid term log storage)
  • NAS devices from Thecus support Btrfs support since FW 2.05.04 (release notes)
  • Synology (NAS vendor) features Btrfs starting in DiskStation Manager (DSM) v6.0
  • HostDime (as of 2017/01, used for backup drives, underlying FS for OpenStack cloud, and primary FS of CentOS 7 shared server fleet)
  • Mendix (since end 2014) for backup servers using snapshots and rsync (remotes are mostly ext4) and for incremental replication (fast and often) for disaster recovery purposes using snapshots and send/receive (btrbk)

These companies are currently working on adding Btrfs to production products:

  • Netgear (ReadyNAS products)
  • Ohio Gravure Technologies

As of 2014, most Linux distributions offer Btrfs as an option.

You may also want to see a list of contributing companies

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