VMware Ready
StarWind certified with Microsoft Windows Server 2016
StarWind has acquired official certification with Microsoft Windows Server 2016. StarWind products have been thoroughly tested to validate that they meet compatibility and best practices requirements when used with Windows Server 2016. This certification also indicates that StarWind HCI and SDS solutions are verified and tested for Hyper-V environments.
VMware Ready
StarWind certified with Citrix XenServer 7
Citrix recognizes StarWind as a certified solution for XenServer 7.2. StarWind solutions for HCI and SDS have passed a series of tests to prove full compatibility with the latest version of Citrix XenServer. With this certification, any XenServer environment built with StarWind will be eligible for support from both Citrix and StarWind.
VMware Ready
StarWind Virtual SAN Gets Recognition as a VMware ReadyTM Solution
StarWind Virtual SAN software is now officially certified by VMware and has been included on the
VMware Hardware Compatibility List. To receive this accreditation, StarWind Virtual SAN has been put through the detailed evaluation and testing process and met all the interoperability criteria required by VMware.
This certification verifies compatibility of the StarWind solution with VMware virtualization platform and gives complete technical support for any VMware environment created with StarWind Virtual SAN.
VMware ReadyTM denotes VMware’s highest level of acknowledgment for products created by VMware’s established partners. Customers can be sure that VMware Ready products are reliably interoperable with vSphere environment.

Windows Server 2012 R2
StarWind Virtual SAN Acquires Certification for Windows Server 2012
StarWind Virtual SAN is recognized by Microsoft as software certified for Windows Server 2012 R2. This certification signifies that StarWind software meets Microsoft standards for compatibility and recommended practices when used with the Windows Server 2012 R2 operating system, and is fully supported in Hyper-V environments. As a result of successfully passing certification tests, StarWind has been listed in the Microsoft Windows Server Catalog.
StarWind Virtual SAN is Officially Certified for Citrix XenServer 6.5
StarWind Virtual SAN Recommended to Enhance Citrix Delivery Infrastructure
The Citrix Ready program makes it easy for customers to identify third-party solutions that are recommended to enhance the Citrix Delivery infrastructure. Customers can be confident that StarWind Virtual SAN has successfully passed a series of tests established by Citrix, and can be trusted to work effectively with Citrix XenServer 6.5, providing confidence in joint solution compatibility and a heterogeneous IT infrastructure, combining the power of Citrix XenServer® virtualization and StarWind Virtual SAN storage virtualization, and improving XenServer experience with storage high availability, reliability and protection. Citrix Ready not only demonstrates current mutual product compatibility, but through continued industry relationships also ensures future interoperability.
StarWind Virtual SAN and StarWind VTL are Microsoft Azure Certified
StarWind Virtual SAN and StarWind VTL are Microsoft Azure Certified
StarWind Virtual SAN and StarWind Virtual Tape Library have been officially certified as compatible with Microsoft Azure. To receive this certification, the products were tested and thoroughly vetted by Microsoft to ensure that they are compatible with Azure cloud platform and deliver an excellent user experience. StarWind VSAN and StarWind VTL can now be deployed directly from the Azure Marketplace.

To download the software products please make your choice below. An installer link and the license key will be sent to the e-mail address you specify. Please check the Free vs. Paid document if you are uncertain of the StarWind Virtual SAN version. A totally unrestricted NFR (Not For Resale) version of StarWind Virtual SAN is available for certain use cases. Learn more here. StarWind Virtual SAN for Hyper-V release notes are available here.

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