StarWind Virtual SAN and Hyper-V over SMB 3.0

Published: January 2015
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A SOFS is intended to provide customers with storage that offers the same kind of core features and uptime that a SAN offers, but at a fraction of the cost by using commodity hardware. A SOFS can use any cluster-supported hardware solution as its physical disk array. However, by adding another tier of hardware, the cost and complexity of the solution increases, and the performance can drop due to an increase in latency. Read the current whitepaper to learn how StarWind Virtual SAN can be deployed as a part of a Hyper-V over SMB 3.0 solution to provide a SOFS that converges the cluster node and storage hardware.

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