Volodymyr Khrystenko
Volodymyr Khrystenko
DevOps Team Leader and Solution Architect at StarWind. Storage virtualization, clustering, and high availability expert with experience in installing, configuring, and managing virtualized infrastructures. Broad knowledge of architecture planning, storage protocols, hardware sourcing, and research.

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Posted by Volodymyr Khrystenko on December 30, 2021
Linux NVMe-oF Initiator and StarWind NVMe-oF Initiator: Performance Comparison Part 2

NVMe is the latest storage novelty that leaves legacy stuff behind. We’ve already proved that both Linux open source and StarWind NVMe-oF Initiator for Windows can deliver 100% of the back-end NVMe performance to the consumer when run over RDMA networks. Time to see how fast they will work over TCP.

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Posted by Volodymyr Khrystenko on December 23, 2021
Real-World Production Scenario: Squeezing all possible performance out of Microsoft SQL Server AGs (Availability Groups). Local NVMe Vs. RDMA-mapped (NVMe-oF) remote NVMe storage. Does the juice worth a squeeze?

The NVMe-oF is the hottest network storage trend so far. Up to now Microsoft Windows users had no access this tech due to lack of the NVMe-oF initiator for Windows. StarWind brough NVMe-oF to Widnows! Let’s see how NVMe-oF plays with Microsoft SQL Server AGs (Availability Groups) on Windows Server in the real life scenario.

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Posted by Volodymyr Khrystenko on December 22, 2021
Linux NVMe-oF Initiator and StarWind NVMe-oF Initiator: Performance Comparison Part 1

NVMe-oF is the modern appropriate protocol for getting the most out of NVMe drives, the fastest storage medium to date. Linux users have long been enjoying NVMe-oF, but Microsoft users have been left out. Now, StarWind has brought the power of NVMe-oF to Windows users by means of a lightweight 100% software solution.

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