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Oleg Pankevych
Oleg Pankevych
StarWind Solutions Architect. Oleg has over 10 years of experience in the industry, supporting large enterprises, as well as designing data center solutions for a wide range of customers.
Oleg Pankevych

VSAN vs SAN. What is the Difference?

Gain insights into storage efficiency and reliability with a comparison of Virtual SAN (VSAN) and SAN. VSAN’s simplicity or SAN’s mission-critical prowess – what’s your pick?

Oleg Pankevych

What is Disaster Recovery (DR)?

In today’s digital landscape, Disaster Recovery (DR) isn’t just a safety net – it’s a lifeline. It ensures data protection, business continuity, and a competitive edge.

Oleg Pankevych

High Availability vs. Fault Tolerance

Running a company heavily reliant on IT services and wondering how to improve business continuity? Our new article explains the key differences between High Availability (HA) and Fault Tolerance (FT) and will help you choose the right IT resilience strategy.

Oleg Pankevych

What is Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure?

The hybrid cloud infrastructure is must-have in a world of modern business as it provides flexibility, scalability, security, and cost saving in many areas. However, even though all of these inherent advantages may make it look perfect, it really isn’t.

Oleg Pankevych

Hypervisors: Type 1 vs Type 2. [PART 1]

Discover the key differences and advantages of each hypervisor type. From performance to security and ease of use, we’ll guide you through the virtualization maze.

Oleg Pankevych

Enable block storage devices in WSL2

The issue of providing block-level storage for Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is quite mysterious. Presently, iSCSI isn’t available in WSL out-of-the-box. But the good news is that you can enable it, although it’s not a straightforward path. WSL2, having a real custom Linux kernel inside, can help you initiate and complete the process.

Oleg Pankevych

Wasabi + Veeam + StarWind: Don’t put your “backup” eggs in one basket

The golden rule for the safety of your data is as follows: always back up and distribute copies to different locations. However, the choice of backup environments can be accompanied by high-cost issues, security concerns, the risk of service interruption/termination, and so on. Storing your data in the cloud seems to be the most optimal solution. But even here you may encounter certain troubles such as the need to pay for all services, subscriptions, service plans, and configuration of a public cloud storage provider. Do you want to know about a backup storage solution that eliminates the drawbacks of costly backup processes and meets regulatory data archival and retention requirements?