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Safe Harbour Informatics achieves fault tolerance with StarWind

Published: January 11, 2017

The results have been terrific. StarWind, in fact, has exceeded our expectations.

Dan Stratton, President, Safe Harbour Informatics

COMPANY

Safe Harbour Informatics provides affordable and reliable computer network support for small to mid-sized companies. The company’s product Safe-T-LockerTM data security service helps to prevent backup- and recovery-related disruptions to protect customers’ businesses productivity and business operations. They provide disaster recovery, as well.

PROBLEM

The company needed a solution to provide server fault tolerance for their mission-critical application servers, which would be able to fit their limited budget. Before the deployment of StarWind solution, the company’s infrastructure was an on-premise single-point-of-failure rack server, with only 1 disk fault tolerance. So, the challenge was to find a highly performing solution that will provide fault tolerance and won’t cost a fortune.

SOLUTION

StarWind has become a perfect choice to get the fault tolerance Safe Harbour Informatics was seeking for. According to the company, StarWind Virtual SAN ideally fits their requirements, being cost-effective and providing fantastic performance that exceeds their expectations.

The company made StarWind their default solution for small-sized businesses that do not want or cannot move to cloud and at the same time are willing to achieve higher level of fault tolerance.

About the company

Safe Harbour is a boutique IT Firm, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, and specializing in IT Managed Services. The company’s aim is to ensure that the computer systems of their customers work reliably and provide maximum productivity.
www.safe-harbour.ca

Industry

IT Consulting and IT Managed Services

Contact person

Dan Stratton, President