Success Story: NICS Ltd. Success Story

StarWind Virtual SAN® Helped to Maximize Value, Bringing in the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership and Highest ROI over a 5 to 10 Years Period. "This setup has been bullet-proof for the last 18 months and the performance was for the most part better than expected. We have been very impressed with Starwind Software and have deployed it in a variety of similar configurations successfully since this project." - By Shayne Zaba, NICS Ltd. Director

Success Story: Harpeth Hall School Success Story

With StarWind Virtual SAN® on Board Harpeth Hall School Enjoys Increased Processing Rate and Saves Budget "One day I was talking to VEEAM support and they saw my processing rate was around 300 MB to a small 5 disk QNAP NAS. They said my storage speed on my host was really very good. Better than most numbers they usually see." - Justin Dover, Director of Technology

Webinar: Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016: Reboot oder Revolution

Published: June 26, 2015

Nach der Ansage von Windosw Server 2016 Ignite wurde diese von zahlreichen Kritiken und Blog-Posts gefolgt. Aber auch nach Pre-Tests bleiben Fragen: ob die neuen Funktionen das Leben der Hyper-V-Administratoren leichter machen? Ob das neue Hyper-V nur eine Aktualisierung (Upgrade) der vorherigen Version ist oder ist das die Volle "Revolution"?

Webinar: Make your storage work for you: VAAI and ODX offload up to 30% of disk operations to the SAN

Published: April 15, 2015

Hypervisor CPU and Networking overhead is a common issue for operations like VM provisioning, migration, and cloning. There should be a way to enhance performance by offloading the unnecessary CPU load and shrinking the SAN traffic. ODX and VAAI features do exactly this by offloading routine disk tasks to the storage array so they will be executed more effectively.

Webinar: Critical SQL Server Databases: Provide HA with SQL Server Failover Clustering and Cluster Shared Volumes

Published: April 7, 2015

Highly-Available SQL Server with reliable Disaster Recovery is traditionally hard to achieve but necessary to have. We say it is possible to build a fully redundant SQL Server 2014 cluster with just 2 servers, StarWind Virtual SAN and Cluster Shared Volumes while implementing disaster recovery to several places with minimal RTO and RPO!