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

Success Story: The National Archives of Estonia scores constant uptime on its traditional server array and makes it more flexible with StarWind Virtual SAN (VSAN)

Find out from this success story how StarWind aided The National Archives of Estonia, a government agency, in getting more out of its existing IT-environment by reinventing it into a failover cluster, granting performance optimization, scalability, and fault-tolerance for an attractive price, allowing it to ditch the plan for buying new traditional storage solutions.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual SAN® 2-node Hyperconverged
Scenario with VMware vSphere 6.5

Traditionally, VMware requires shared storage to ensure data safety, virtual machines migration, and eliminate any single point of failure within IT ecosystem. This technical paper provides a step-by-step guidance on configuring a 2-node vSphere cluster using StarWind Virtual SAN to turn local ESXi hosts storage into a fault-tolerant shared storage.

Success Story: Goshen Community Schools gets extremely fast shared storage with the components it wanted thanks to StarWind Virtual SAN (VSAN)

Find out from this success story how StarWind facilitated Goshen Community Schools, a US public education institution, in building highly available, performance-optimized, and fault-tolerant shared storage on their existing commodity hardware for a competitive price, while allowing it to use the parts it wanted without interrupting the IT-environment’s workflow.

Success Story: A. L. Thompson’s gets required scalability and high availability with the bare minimum of expense with StarWind Virtual SAN (VSAN)

Find out from this success story how StarWind enabled A. L. Thompson's, a British buildingmaterials retailer, to receive a shared storage solution at an affordable price, achieve the desired high availability (HA) and scalability, and get the opportunity to distribute the virtualized workloadsbetween the ESXi hosts evenly.