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Technical Paper: Monitoring StarWind Virtual SAN for Hyper-V Environment with Swordfish

This document provides a step-by-step guidance describing how to work with StarWind Virtual SAN using StarWind Swordfish plugin. The paper will help you configure the StarWind Cluster Service and HA Datastore, as well as will describe how to communicate with StarWind using Swordfish.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN for Hyper-V: Deployment in AWS EC2

The proper Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) configuration is a key to the 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 for Hyper-V:
2-node Compute and Storage Separated scenario with VMware vSphere 6.5

VMware users have to choose between two options when selecting shared storage - Compute and Storage separated solution is one of them. It makes the process of maintenance easier, increases the hardware usage efficiency, and allows to build the system accurately for solving the task. From this guide learn how to configure StarWind Virtual SAN Compute and Storage separated solution for vSphere deployment.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN®
Providing HA storage repositories for XenServer 6.5

Traditionally XenServer Pool requires a shared storage to guarantee data safety, allow virtual machines migration, enable continuous application availability and eliminate any single point of failure within an IT environment. This technical paper is intended for experienced XenServer and Windows system administrators and IT professionals who would like to add StarWind shared storage to XenServer.