Hyper-Converged with Software Defined Storage
This white paper by Chris Evans gives an insight into hyper-converged setups working with the help of different SDS products. StarWind Virtual SAN is presented as one of the solutions, sporting high performance and fault-tolerance on commodity hardware. This is achieved by sophisticated in-house developed technologies that allow to achieve these results without having to spend a fortune on hardware and software.
Going Hyper-Converged with Software Defined Storage
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...
Virtual SAN: The “New” Storage Meme for Virtual Server Environments
Server-side storage, now increasingly called “Virtual SAN” with VMware’s adoption of the term in 2014, is not a new idea. The strategy, involving the nodal clustering of locally-installed or...