Is there a ready RAID arrays for home use with wireless connectivity and access control?

Good evening.
Long had the idea to create a single repository of information for the house with access control. There should be a RAID array of 2 6-10 terabyte helium HDD, and an interface that will support access control based on the current user (which can be several machines e.g. laptop, PC). Need a local cloud. Well and the wireless interface, ideally wifi, for writing and reading. Looking for ready NAS, but that's not it, not at all.

Actually, the question is: is there something like ready? Perhaps there is a good DIY guide, as in our latitudes, and to Reddit?
Thanks in advance.
April 3rd 20 at 17:20
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April 3rd 20 at 17:22
Solution
April 3rd 20 at 17:24
Bathe norms copmuter, shove it into a mini unit.
Insert any disks
Set NEXTCLOUD.
Your personal Google cloud ready.
RAID array using software raid10 on linux
April 3rd 20 at 17:26
Is there a ready RAID arrays for home use with wireless connectivity and access control?
Almost any NAS has the following functions.
https://www.dns-shop.ru/catalog/recipe/f7a7e04aef3...

Need a local cloud.
The cloud is a service that you provide. Which organization should provide you with this service?

There should be a RAID array of 2 6-10 terabyte helium HDD
It is difficult to imagine what the house may need a RAID array. There you have dozens of users, and is extremely critical to downtime infrastructure?
banal safety information - demetrius commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:29
@demetrius,
banal safety information
A relation may have a RAID to safety information??? - Katrine_Klocko34 commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:32
@Katrine_Klocko34, dublirebuli stored information - demetrius commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:35
@demetrius, And how does it help?
Approximately 60% of all damage and loss information is user activity. Accidentally deleted, or are specifically destroyed.
about 20% is a software problem. Rolled update, and it broke the database.
Well, it's like the remaining 20 failures, and all sorts of fires, floods and so on.

RAID can provide safety in the rare cases when a disk fails. In all other cases, no.
Therefore, RAID is never used for the safety information! It's just pointless. - Katrine_Klocko34 commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:38
@Katrine_Klocko34, just the same for hardware failure. Of course this does not negate backup on a separate drive - demetrius commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:41
@Barbie, No.
RAID with redundancy is used for smooth operation.
In the event of a drive failure, it could be exchanged for serviceable without restarting the server and without interrupting the user experience.

If you have requirements for smooth operation - RAID with redundancy is necessary, otherwise not.

While data safety is only a backup. RAID here generally any side did not stand. - Katrine_Klocko34 commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:44
April 3rd 20 at 17:28
RAID only 2 drives neither of which will save
And what will save the RAID from a different number of disks? - Katrine_Klocko34 commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:31
Sha? - nicole_Renner commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:34
@Katrine_Klocko34, https://interface31.ru/tech_it/2019/05/raid-likbez.html - jerald commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:37
April 3rd 20 at 17:30
Do not understand what the problem is. What do you mean "all wrong"??

NAS waffle, RAID and cloud shops are full
April 3rd 20 at 17:32
but that's not it, not at all.

Ummm... the Synology CloudStation - isn't it? And by the way, which RAID can be on two discs, except for the mirror?

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