Going Hyper-Converged with Software Defined Storage
Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd. Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software
Published: July 2014
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Key points of the webinar
- Essential features of hyper-converged solutions
- Technical overview of StarWind Virtual SAN
As the concept of hyper-convergence (combining compute, networking and storage) continues to gain acceptance and adoption, Chris Evans and Max Kolomyeytsev will discuss what features to expect from hyper-converged solutions and how they can be delivered exclusively through software. As well as a technical discussion of the issues, the webinar will look at vendor implementations from VMware’s VSAN to StarWind Virtual SAN platform.
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