Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® 2-node Compute and Storage Separated Scenario with Windows Server 2012 R2

This guide describes how to configure a 2-node compute and storage separated scenario with deploying StarWind Virtual SAN (VSAN) for Microsoft Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2. Read the guide and find out all the steps required for provisioning StarWind High Availability (HA) Storage to Windows Server 2012 R2 hosts and creating a failover cluster.

Webinar: Building a stretched cluster: Keep your data always secure

Published: March 11, 2019

Today more and more companies are expanding beyond the single location. A stretched cluster allows the companies to keep their data safe across several geographical locations and in case of any emergencies. It combines servers into a single system, providing high availability (HA) and load balancing and giving an opportunity to migrate VMs easily from one place to another. Find out from this video about a stretched cluster differentiation, replication options for it, different deployment scenarios, ways to secure data and prevent split brain.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® 2-node Hyperconverged Scenario with VMware vSphere 6.0

VMware vSphere requires shared storage to ensure data safety, smooth virtual machines migration, and build a fault-tolerant IT environment. StarWind Virtual SAN, in its turn, allows turning the local storage into the shared one. Learn from this technical paper how to set up a hyperconverged 2-node vSphere cluster with StarWind Virtual SAN.