Free Webinar
October 3 | 11am PT / 2pm ET
Disaster Recovery 101
Hyper-V and vSphere
Speaker: Oleg Pankevych, Solutions Engineer, StarWind

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® 2-node Compute and Storage Separated Scenario with Windows Server 2016

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 2016. Read the guide and find out all the steps required for provisioning StarWind High Availability (HA) Storage to Windows Server 2016 hosts and creating a failover cluster.

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.

White Paper: Fault Tolerance and High Availability

StarWind Virtual SAN eliminates the single point of failure for storage in virtualized infrastructure by using duplication and triplication of data, caches and I/O controllers, basically “mirroring” them all between independent physically different hosts. This way, the virtual shared storage becomes fault tolerant and provides high availability to higher performance and low-cost.

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.