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White Paper: StarWind Command Center

StarWind Command Center is a single-pane-of-glass management and monitoring tool that provides complete visibility of the infrastructure state, monitors application performance, predicts and identifies possible pain points. It integrates the management of roles and components of a software-defined cluster within a single expanded and customized interface. StarWind Command Center is suitable for organization infrastructures with StarWind products or without them. Find out from this document how to build a maximally reliable and efficient IT environment and achieve optimization of business processes with StarWind Command Center, without being distracted by multiple UIs.

White Paper: Log-structured Write-Back Cache

Traditional caching strategies cannot ensure consistent performance under intense virtualized workloads. Learn from this whitepaper more about Log-structured Write-Back Cache (LSWBC), StarWind Virtual SAN feature allowing to ensure high applications performance and resiliency.

White Paper: Virtual Tape Library Appliance: Datasheet

StarWind VTL Appliance is a backup storage array designed to help organizations meeting regulatory requirements for data retention and archival without changes to their existing infrastructure. It delivers fast backups and restores and helps to protect the data from disasters or threats like ransomware by securely replicating and tiering data to public cloud.

White Paper: StarWind NVMe-oF Target

Storage vendors make us think that underlying storage can never have too much performance. You know, this makes sense! Just imagine having the storage that allows running applications slightly faster than any of your competitors. Customers will enjoy your responsive and fast services, and therefore they will prefer your company over any other guys on the market. This being said, it is a good idea to build in an all-flash array, or just add some NVMe disks: they will pay off anyway.