Tap Room meeting: Build a highly available Hyper-V cluster with just 2 physical servers using Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.
Published: January 2015
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Key points of the webinar
- Overview of StarWind Virtual SAN features
- Main aspects of StarWind Virtual SAN configuration
- Live demo: StarWind Virtual SAN
Building a Hyper-V cluster may seem a lofty goal if you only have 2 physical servers and no storage hardware. See the record of the meeting to learn how to configure Microsoft clustered storage spaces without dedicated storage hardware and how to then deploy a Hyper-V cluster using this storage. All with just 2 physical servers.
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