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Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN®
Configuring Access Control List (ACL) Rules

This guide has been written for experienced Windows Server users or system administrators. It provides detailed instructions on how to configure the ACL rules for the StarWind Virtual SAN provisioned iSCSI targets, which allows complying with security requirements or keeping targets separated in case multiple environments are served with the same storage based on the StarWind Virtual SAN server.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN®
Backing up StarWind Virtual SAN Environment:
Best Practice

To make the production system work with no downtime in case of disaster, backups come as a solution. With backups off-site or in the cloud, businesses become more stable as their mission-critical applications will keep working. To help customers balance cost, risk and simplicity, StarWind works seamlessly with different types of backup providers. It also offers StarWind VTL Appliance so that admins can achieve required tape backups and offload them to the cloud. This guide describes best practices for backing up the StarWind Virtual SAN environment.

White Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® Meeting the strictest RPO/RTO requirements

These days, data is a key asset for any business or organization. Companies’ IT infrastructures are built around the core principles of data protection, processing speed, and access time. Moreover, to ensure continuous business operation, it is crucial to keep data available 24/7 or have the ability to recover it in the shortest terms. This translates into such requirements as Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO). To allow companies meet even the strictest RPO and RTO requirements, we offer StarWind Virtual SAN.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® AWS EC2 Deployment Guide

The proper Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) configuration is a key to successful implementation of Microsoft Failover Cluster instances on AWS. This technical paper is intended for experienced Microsoft Server users, or system administrators, and provides detailed instructions on how to configure HA Shared Storage for Failover Cluster Roles in Windows Server 2016 with StarWind Virtual SAN, how to configure AWS EC2 with peering connections, and how to create and configure StarWind EC2 instances

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)

Advanced system security is possible due to implementation of Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP). It is a type of user authentication fully supported by StarWind. This guide provides detailed instruction on how to successfully configure CHAP permissions in StarWind Virtual SAN with such hypervisors as Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware ESXi, Citrix Xen.