SSD6200 Series NVMe Host RAID controllers feature nativtive, in-box driver support for all major Virtual Machine platforms and Linux distributions.
SSD6200 NVMe RAID arrays are Recognized as Ordinary Drives
The SSD6200’s NVMe driver is embedded directly into every kernel release – this enables VM and Linux platforms to recognize and support these controllers without the need for user intervention. When installing the VM host or Linux distribution, SSD6200 RAID arrays will be recognized as ordinary drives.
No Hassle Kernel Updates
This also simplifies any OS related update – especially if a new kernel is released. Unlike devices that require a separate binary driver in order to function within the OS, SSD6200 controllers don’t require that every kernel update be patched in order to recognize the RAID storage.
Host RAID Controller Standard RAID Controller
The NVMe driver is embedded into the kernel - The NVMe device driver must be installed when the OS
no installation is required. Subsequent kernel is first setup,and recompiled/reinstalled for every
updates also incorporate the NVMe driver. No driver update is required! subsequent kernel update.