StarWind Webcasts




Make your storage work for you: VAAI and ODX offload up to 30% of disk operations to the SAN

Speakers: Aidan Finn, Microsoft MVP, Technical Sales Lead at MicroWarehouse Ltd.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Hypervisor CPU and Networking overhead is a common issue for operations like VM provisioning, migration, and cloning. There should be a way to enhance performance by offloading the unnecessary CPU load and shrinking the SAN traffic. ODX and VAAI features do exactly this by offloading routine disk tasks to the storage array so they will be executed more effectively.

Tap Room Meeting: One Does Not Simply Consider One Shared Storage Product For Hyper-V Environment. Or Does He?

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

One SDS to rule them all,
One SDS to find them,
One SDS to bring them all,
And in the virtualized environment bind them.

Critical SQL Server Databases: Provide HA with SQL Server Failover Clustering and Cluster Shared Volumes

Speakers: Edwin Sarmiento, Microsoft SQL Server MVP and Microsoft Certified Master
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Highly-Available SQL Server with reliable Disaster Recovery is traditionally hard to achieve but necessary to have. We say it is possible to build a fully redundant SQL Server 2014 cluster with just 2 servers, StarWind Virtual SAN and Cluster Shared Volumes while implementing disaster recovery to several places with minimal RTO and RPO!

Tap Room Meeting: Bluff in Hyper-Converged Stuff, and the Ways to See Through It

Host: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.

So you’re out in a hunt for new components to start building a scalable virtualization environment at last. Now watch out, because you’re about to bite the bait set by hyper-converged computing vendors.
Watch our Tap Room Meeting and see how StarWind virtual SAN allows to create a highly available and scalable virtualization environment using any hardware and hypervisor of your choice avoiding baits.

Tap Room Meeting: VMware and StarWind Virtual SAN: from Two, to Infinity and Beyond

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

Let's put all cards on the table: VMware is good, their VSAN is good. But does it good for all situations?
Get yourself on the most comfortable chair, open the whisky bottle, and watch why is it better to start with two shots instead of сhugging the whole bottle.

Scale Out Freely: No Hardware Lock-in

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Scale-out has come up as the technology to meet the constantly increasing demands to storage capacity. Unlike Scale-up it allows scaling horizontally. But it also has some caveats. In most cases you need to stick with specific hardware with none or limited configuration options, which is cost- and efforts- consuming. You have to follow only one scenario – “compute and storage separated” or hyper-converged one, which essentially kills the idea of flexibility. The entry price is also an issue since most of the vendors sell minimum 3 hosts, even if you just need 2 for your environment.

Tap Room Meeting: No Irish Handcuffs of Windows Server Solutions with StarWind Virtual SAN

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

Sometimes the IT cocktails taste much better rather than pure drinks. Few examples: Arak Typhoon has better aftertaste comparing to pure raki Moscow Mule gets results much faster comparing to pure vodka.
Windows Server may be less expensive and more efficient when talking about speed is mixed with StarWind.

Tap Room Meeting: StarWind drop makes a pint of Microsoft Windows Server environment taste better

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

Sit comfortable in your sits, `cause on this tap room we will have a looong discussion about how exactly StarWind Virtual SAN allows Windows Server based datacenters squeeze out maximum from cost-, performance- and capacity-efficiency.

*Our Tap Room Meeting is the only one where you can make bubbles through a straw*

Microsoft Hyper-V: 4 Things You Should Know to Ensure Storage HA and Security

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Data protection, storage security and 24/7 operations are minimum requirements for every IT infrastructure. Virtualization offers many benefits, but it makes these three items absolutely crucial for business continuity. All Hyper-V administrators must deliver storage high availability (HA), properly secure the virtual environment and have redundant disaster recovery plans in place.

Tap Room Meeting: Virtual Tape Library: VTLize Your Backup Infrastructure

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

Backup Exec, Data Protection Manager, Veeam are included into the good old recipe of backup “to-tape” strategy. But a few drops of StarWind VTL may change the taste of traditional blend making it perfect.
Join our Tap Room for VTL workshop to learn how to accomplish the backup stategy on a new recipe.

10x faster back-ups: Virtual Tape Libraries

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Tapes will never die. They are ideal for long-term vaulting and are an absolute winner in the capacity/price competition versus any disk storage.
But even being long lasting and cost-effective, tapes are considerably slower compared to even commodity hard disks. Is VTL an alternative?

Server-Side Caching as an Alternative to All-Flash Arrays

Speakers: Chris M. Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Improving application performance is all about getting more I/O from the storage. But does that mean you have to buy an expensive all-flash storage array? Not at all.
Server-side caching solutions use local RAM and Flash, show better performance and prove to be more cost effective than external shared storage appliances.

How to Optimize Microsoft Hyper-V Failover Cluster and Double Performance

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

High availability in a virtualized workload may require to sacrifice failover cluster performance. Using an optimized for virtualization approach on data storage and virtual machines placement and protection will give you desired boost of performance.

Tap Room Meeting: Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces: Get Rid of I/O Blender

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

To blend or not to blend, that is the question!
Whether tis Nobler in the mind of suffer
The I/O blender and bottlenecks of outrageous Fortune,
Or to take StarWind against a Sea of troubles?

…the only tap room that welcomes laughing out loud from under the table.

Hyper-V Failover Clustering: Virtualizing ROBOs without Breaking the Bank

Speakers: Howard Marks, Founder and Chief Scientist, DeepStorage
Ryan Post, Inside Systems Engineer, Veeam Software, Inc.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Regardless of whether you call them stores, branch offices, plants or something else, remote sites present a unique set of engineering challenges. Customer facing applications require high availability but replicating the solutions we use in the data center to tens, or thousands of sites would cost more than the GDP of a small country.
Hyper-converged architectures, which turn server local storage into highly available, shared storage, promise to be more affordable, but some appliance solutions cost as much or more than the traditional server and SAN solutions.

Tap Room Meeting: Create your ultimate blend of Microsoft Hyper-V and StarWind Virtual SAN

Host: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.

Blending IT solutions together is somehow similar to blending good scotch. For that you need to have a 6th sense and the ability to predict not just for tomorrow, but for years ahead.
On this session you can learn what happens when you blend 2 servers with Windows Server 2012 R2, Hyper-V, and StarWind Virtual SAN.

Tap Room Meeting: Just 2 VMware servers to enable Fault Tolerance of the entire system. Really.

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

Tap room #4 will highlight the magic of enabling the business continuity with only two shots. StarWind Virtual SAN™ brings complete data protection by integrating with the existing infrastructure. That is for free, we swear.

Microsoft SQL Server deployment price reduced by 3 times with StarWind Virtual SAN

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.

SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups were the ultimate answer for anyone looking to cluster his database workloads for around seven years. And now shared-nothing local storage clustering makes it possible to build Microsoft SQL Server cluster using standard licensing and AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances to achieve true database high availability.
Watch the webinar to learn the new SQL clustering best practices.

Tap Room Meeting: StarWind-flavored Hyper-V cluster and single malt Microsoft technologies

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

SoFS is now the trending Microsoft shared storage technology. So is StarWind Virtual SAN™ of StarWind Software. Both are great, but which one suits you best?
Sit back, make yourself comfortable and discuss it with Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department at StarWind Software. You will learn the best cases for implementation scenarios and will see the StarWind Virtual SAN live demo.

Webinar: Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces and StarWind Virtual SAN for a Complete Software-Defined Storage Solution

Speakers: Jon Toigo, Toigo Partners International LLC
Anatoly Vilchinskiy, StarWind Software Inc.

Watch the webinar which elucidates the strengths and limitations of Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces and how a Virtual SAN from StarWind Software can complement and improve on the infrastructure.

Tap Room meeting: Build a highly available Hyper-V cluster with just 2 physical servers using Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces

Host: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.

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.

Tap Room meeting: Configuring High Availability on the VM level using just two Hyper-V nodes

Host: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.

First Tap Room meeting in 2015 took place in a relaxed atmosphere hosted by Anatoly Vilchinskiy, Head of the Support Department at StarWind Software Inc. Watch how couple of StarWind pints can do single malt Hyper-V flavor even better.

Critical vSphere Applications: How to Create HA Shared Storage and Save Money

Speaker: Greg Shields, Author Evangelist, Pluralsight

There’s an old saying, “All roads lead to Rome,” that has special meaning with VMware vSphere. With virtualization, “All roads lead to storage.” You can build highly available/DRS clusters, failover clusters, redundant networking, and converged everything, but without 100% storage uptime, your entire virtual environment will fail.

Fighting the "I/O Blender" Effect in Virtual Environments

Speaker: Jon Toigo, Toigo Partners International

A side effect of the massive server workload consolidation enabled by hypervisor-based virtualization has been the addition of 7 to 16 I/O ports per machine to handle the I/O requirements of the hosted apps. But, before the data can be sent to and from storage devices, virtualization administrators often confront a more challenging problem that some have taken to calling the I/O Blender Effect. The I/O Blender effect is seen when multiple virtual machines send their I/O streams at the same time to a hypervisor for processing, increasing random accesses and increasing latency. Some software-defined storage (SDS) architectures are actually making the problem worse by caching raw small logical block writes using flash memory devices, leading to accelerated wear of the device and contributing virtually no improvement in storage I/O performance.

Scale Up is History! Is Scale Out the Future for Storage?

Speaker: Chris M. Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.

For many years, the dominant architecture for both compute and storage involved building bigger, faster "scale up" hardware as demand grew. However, efficient web scale companies like Google and Facebook have demonstrated there’s a place for scale-out architectures too.

Watch the webinar to learn the difference in design and approach between scale up and scale out solutions, focusing on the benefits and disadvantages of each. The presentation covers both storage and hyper-converged solutions, with a review of the products in the marketplace today, including leading vendors such as Microsoft and VMware.

How to build Microsoft Scale-Out File Server without SAS JBODs

Speaker:Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Microsoft Scale-Out File Server is a new efficient storage solution for Hyper-V and SQL. SoFS uses SMB 3.0 to eliminate all the complexity of traditional shared storage and leverages the clustering capabilities to maintain true storage high availability. While most of the vendors show how SoFS is configured with shared JBOD storage, we will show you how to configure it with just local storage and zero additional hardware.

The Highly Available Hyper-V Cluster On Free Microsoft Hyper-V Server - Part 2

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Experts from 5nine Software and StarWind Software proceeded with their break-out session on the creation of cost effective and highly available Hyper-V failover cluster.

The record of the first webinar

Protecting Virtual Machines Using Data Replication

Speakers: Matt Price, Systems Engineer, Veeam Software, Inc.
Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

With a need for 24/7 operations, protecting data in ways that minimize downtime is an essential requirement for all IT departments. Data replication is a key tool that enables virtualization administrators to deliver continuous operations in virtual server environments. There are important considerations which determine where best to implement replication technology.
This webcast discusses the technical options available and how to choose the right product for your needs.

Webinar: Virtual SAN: The “New” Storage Meme for Virtual Server Environments

Speaker: Jon Toigo, Toigo Partners International

Server-side storage, now increasingly called “Virtual SAN” with VMware’s adoption of the term in 2014, is not a new idea. The strategy, involving the nodal clustering of locally-installed or direct-attached silicon and magnetic storage, was first articulated by StarWind Software in 2011. StarWind was working to develop a storage architecture that would help early adopters of server hypervisors realize the promised cost efficiencies from their investments. Storage remains a significant cost in server virtualization, creating a barrier for large and especially smaller firms seeking to drive down IT costs while enabling better service levels. And StarWind brings a hardware-minimalistic and flash-friendly solution which complements the VMware hypervisor delivering a more robust and capable Virtual SAN at a lower cost.

Watch the webinar to learn more about Virtual SAN, the capabilities of VMware’s preliminary offering, and the complementary product from StarWind Software.

Reduce Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Expenses with Windows Server Clustering and Geo-Clustering

Speakers: Michael Otey, Senior Technical Director for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro, President of TECA
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

This webcast explains why having an effective disaster recovery plan is so important and how this differs from simple application or server resiliency. Speakers discuss technical issues involved in implementing DR in a virtual server environment and show how using the StarWind Virtual SAN solution can help increase the availability of business critical workloads.

Building a Highly Available Hyper-V Cluster Using Free Microsoft Hyper-V Server (November 2014)

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Experts from 5nine Software and StarWind showed how to create a cost effective and highly available Hyper-V failover cluster.

How to Reduce Disaster Recovery Expenses up to 50% / DR & BC Best Practices for Virtual Environments

Speaker: Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.

View this webcast to learn why having an effective disaster recovery plan is so important and the additional protection one gets you over simple application or server resiliency. We’ll discuss the technical details involved in implementing a DR strategy in a virtual server environment that includes the StarWind Virtual SAN solution.

How to Achieve High Availability and Protection from External Threats for Free Microsoft Hyper-V Server

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

View this webcast to learn how to achieve high availability and protection from external threats for Free Microsoft Hyper-V Server.

StarWind Virtual SAN break-out session: Hyper-converged storage for Hyper-V clusters

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Watch the demonstration of StarWind Virtual SAN to see the software from a user’s perspective. Learn how to configure a fault-tolerant Hyper-V cluster using just two commodity servers and no extra hardware.

VEEAM Backup & Replication vs. StarWind Virtual SAN: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Run Entirely by RTO / RPO Numbers

Speakers: Ryan Post, Inside Systems Engineer, Veeam Software, Inc.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Should I use VEEAM Backup & Replication to meet my disaster recovery plan needs? Or should I use StarWind Virtual SAN for business continuity? Or should I use both? Two products or not.
Watch StarWind and Veeam collaborate webinar to find out how to pick the right tools to meet the business continuity challenges and take full control of your RTO and RPO.

Webinar: Software-Defined Storage Architecture: Optimizing Business Value and Minimizing Risk in Microsoft/VMware Storage Strategies

Speakers: Jon Toigo, Toigo Partners International
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Sifting through the marketing hype from VMware and Microsoft regarding their "server-side software-defined storage models" can be almost as challenging as understanding the underlying technical issues that software-defined storage seeks to solve. What is needed is a clear headed analysis of the storage challenges created by virtual server computing, the benefits and limitations of competing software-defined approaches to addressing them, and what alternatives exist that might provide highly available and scalable storage capacity in a business-savvy way.

Webinar: New Microsoft Storage Best Practices for Hyper-V & SQL Server: SMB 3.0 and Scale-Out File Servers

Speaker: Greg Schulz, Founder, StorageIO

What is the trick to supporting growth for your Microsoft environment without breaking your budget, or causing performance problems? Scale-Out File Server (SOFS) is the Microsoft solution for enabling a flexible, scalable resilient data infrastructure supporting Windows, Hyper-V and SQL Server environments.
Watch this webinar with Greg Schulz, Founder of Server and StorageIO to learn how to scale with stability of Microsoft SOFS environments.

Building a Highly Available Hyper-V Cluster Using Free Microsoft Hyper-V Server (September 2014)

Speakers: Alexander Karavanov, Virtualization Security Engineer, 5nine Software
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Virtualization experts from 5nine and StarWind tell how to create a cost effective and highly available Hyper-V failover cluster.

Webcast: New Microsoft Storage Best Practices for Hyper-V & SQL Server: SMB 3.0 and Scale-Out File Servers

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Windows Server 2012 R2 does SMB 3.0 as a new generation of fast and convenient storage for Hyper-V and SQL server.
Watch this webcast to learn how to build a robust and cost effective SoFS cluster with maximum performance and minimum hardware footprint.

Hardware agnostic Virtual SAN for VMware ESXi Free

Speakers: Greg Schulz, Founder, StorageIO
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Unlock the full value of hardware agnostic, server-based storage for VMware ESXi Free environments with software defined storage management solutions. Join this webinar to learn how to address cost, service, growth, and flexibility challenges in a VMware environment.

Hyper-Converged or Compute and Storage Separated - Which is Best for Virtualization

Speaker: Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.

Hyper-converged solutions are all the rage these days, with startup vendors making great advances in the marketplace. There are advantages to merging compute and storage into a single package, but are there benefits to keeping the storage and compute layers separate too?

Going Hyper-Converged with Software Defined Storage

Speakers: Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

As the concept of hyper-convergence (combining compute, networking and storage) continues to gain acceptance and adoption, Chris Evans and Max Kolomyeytsev will discuss what features to expect from hyper-converged solutions and how they can be delivered exclusively through software. As well as a technical discussion of the issues, the webinar will look at vendor implementations from VMware’s VSAN to StarWind Virtual SAN platform.

Software Defined Storage: Save money, use less hardware

Speakers: Greg Schulz of StorageIO and Max Kolomyeytsev of StarWind Software

Unlock the full value of server-based storage for Hyper-V environments with software defined storage management solutions. View this recorded webinar to learn how to address economic, service, growth, flexibility and other business and technology challenges in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment.

Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2: Deduplication, Backup & Primary VM Storage

Speakers: Ryan Post, Inside Systems Engineer, Veeam Software, Inc.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Data deduplication is not a lofty feature anymore, and nowadays it becomes synonymous with storage for virtualization environments. With a variety of deduplication solutions available on the market it’s often hard to distinguish which one fits your environment best.
Join Ryan Post of Veeam and Max Kolomyeytsev of StarWind Software in a discussion about why, when, and especially how to use data deduplication efficiently in different virtualization scenarios.

Show Me The Storage!

Speakers: Greg Shields of Concentrated Technology and Max Kolomyeytsev of StarWind Software

A technical deep-dive on hardware-less SAN technologies for remote office Situations - Part II of this exciting webinar series continues the conversation with a look at the software that drives a modern software-based SAN. With no expensive networking equipment, a couple of Windows servers, and just enough local disks, you can quickly deploy and manage SAN storage at any remote or branch office.

New Approaches in Hardware-less SAN Storage for Remote & Branch Offices

Speakers: Greg Shields of Concentrated Technology and Max Kolomyeytsev of StarWind Software

Part I - Getting maximum simplicity with the smallest possible hardware footprint. Remote and branch office employees are people too! But all too often these far-flung users get treated like second-class citizens. Latent networks, minimal budgets, and poorly-performing offsite storage interfere with their workplace efficiency. New approaches in SAN storage offer to solve the offsite problem with intelligently-designed on-site equipment. The new best practice in remote office SAN storage combines maximum administrative simplicity with the smallest possible hardware footprint.

Don't Let Storage Eat Your Hyper-V Savings

Speakers: George Crump, Senior Analyst, Storage Switzerland, LLC
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Watch this informative recorded webinar with George Crump of Storage Switzerland and Max Kolomyeytsev of StarWind Software to learn about the key requirements to look for cost-effective storage to get the best return on your Hyper-V investments.

Only two hyper-V hosts needed to build a fault-tolerant ROBO solution

Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn how to overcome the main Hyper-V storage challenges, drastically reduce CapEx and OpEx, and get high ROI!

The Unique Hyper-V Storage Challenges

Speaker: George Crump, Senior Analyst, Storage Switzerland, LLC

Watch this webcast to learn how to overcome the main Hyper-V storage challenges, drastically reduce CapEx and OpEx, and get high ROI!

Successfully Overcoming an I/O Blender!

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

Is your storage server flooded with random I/O streams of countless VMs? StarWind’s soon-to-be-released Log-Structured File System (LSFS) directly addresses I/O blender problems. No matter how many VMs you are running, their I/O loads are written as a single BIG block.

The Top-Quality Shared Storage for VMware

Speaker: Max Craft, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

StarWind iSCSI SAN is an ideal mix of affordability, great performance, reliability and simplicity for VMware infrastructures.

This webcast explains how StarWind iSCSI SAN can help you.

Simplifying Shared Storage for Hyper-V Environments

Speaker: Max Craft, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V is an ideal mix of affordable price, great performance, reliability and simplicity.

This webcast explains how StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V can help you.

Making Effective Use of Storage Virtualization

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

Is it possible to improve data availability keeping the storage expenditure low and infrastructure simple? Yes, it is! Find out how StarWind helps!

Learn how you can get better storage management and reap more virtualization benefits.

Increase Operational Efficiency with Global Deduplication and HA

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

Data is rapidly growing in the range of 50% or more per year thus affecting system performance, network congestion, and scalability.

Watch this webcast to learn how to increase operational efficiency by using global deduplication and high availability.

Upgrade from StarWind v.5.8 to StarWind v.6.0

Speaker: Joseph Preston, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

It has been a common practice and relatively a tough task for almost everyone to decide whether or not to upgrade whenever StarWind releases a new version. The core objective of this recorded webinar, is to share the experience of successfully upgrading to StarWind V6, and discuss all potential concerns.

What’s New in V6

Speaker: Joseph Preston, Solution Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn about the new features and capabilities of StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS V6.

Robust Storage Software for VMware vSphere

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn more about the advantages that StarWind iSCSI SAN software delivers to VMware vSphere environments.

Introduction to SAN Infrastructures

Speaker: Joseph Preston, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn a simple step-by-step instruction on how to build iSCSI SAN to provide centralized, networked storage for your virtualization platform (VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V or Citrix XenServer).

Storage Evolution & StarWind v5.8 Solutions

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn more about storage progression & strategic value of StarWind SAN v5.8 solutions which help you solve a variety of virtual infrastructure challenges.

StarWind iSCSI SAN 5.8: Une solution universelle pour tous types de besoins

Présentateur: Aziz Keissi, Ingénieur Systèmes chez StarWind Software, Inc.

Regardez ce webinaire pour apprendre plus à propos des avantages des SANs et découvrir comment la solution logicielle StarWind iSCSI SAN v5.8 vous permet de construire un SAN universel qui répond à tous vos besoins.

Progressive Optimization with StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn more about StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V, an absolutely hardware agnostic SAN solution that can be deployed into your existing environment in a matter of minutes.

The Anatomy of a Native SAN for Hyper-V with StarWind

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn more about StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V that runs on a primary Hyper-V partition, delivers all shared storage benefits using only 2 existing Hyper-V hosts and gives you a full control of Live Migration and High Availability without additional costs and complexity.

Backup and Recovery Strategies for Hyper-V

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Protecting virtual server systems and data can be challenging. However, dealing with Microsoft Hyper-V environments and virtual machines you have more options available to you than you did when backing up traditional tin servers. StarWind delivers backup and recovery solution designed specifically for Hyper-V environments.

One Powerful Solution for Every Type of Need

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

Watch this webcast to learn more how StarWind iSCSI SAN 5.8 can help you reduce costs and achieve greater storage agility and ultimate data availability.

StarWind exposure in Microsoft Tech Ed session

Speaker: Mikael Nystrom

This session contains the best practices for deploying a private cloud for both testing and fully-functional cloud environments.

StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

StarWind demonstrates StarWind Native SAN for Hyper-V, an iSCSI SAN software that allows you to build a cost-effective SAN with High Availability on your existing Hyper-V servers.

StarWind iSCSI SAN - Your Way to Complete Storage Redundancy!

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

This webcast demonstrates simple step-by-step instructions for building your own SAN or centralized, networked storage by using standard off-the-shelf x86 hardware or even a repurposed server running Windows.

Building a Low Cost SAN with StarWind 5.7

Speaker: Anatoly Vilchinsky, Support Engineer, StarWind Software

This webcast demonstrates simple step-by-step instructions for building your own SAN or centralized, networked storage by using standard off-the-shelf x86 hardware or even a repurposed server running Windows.

Hyper-V failover Clustering with StarWind HA shared storage

Speaker: Support Engineer, StarWind Software

This webcast explains how the highly available shared storage solution from StarWind allows users to eliminate downtime and ensure business continuity providing fault tolerant storage for Hyper-V failover cluster.

DAS to SAN: Enterprise Functionality with StarWind Software

Speaker: Bob Boule, Sr. Solutions Engineer, StarWind Software

This webcast explains how to build centralized, networked storage by utilizing iSCSI SAN technology to convert an Intel-architecture x86 or x64 server that can be used for VMware vSphere, Hyper-V or any other server applications configured for failover clustering.