Taking a Quick Look to Software Defined Storage (SDS) – Part I

  Do not be afraid; meet this new (or not so new) player in town: Software Defined Storage (SDS). Moreover, why is it important for you to know about its existence? Why should you start considering evaluating it in your solutions deployed within your organizations or customers? Let us take a quick look into the technology, what represents, and the […]

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Starwind iSCSI SAN 5.7 Available

  Starwind released recently a new version of their iSCSI SAN solution, Starwind 5.7. It includes several new features that scale up this already great SAN solution, providing some important improvements regarding performance, monitoring and usability for IT administrators. Some of the improvements included: Re-worked and re-designed completely from the scratch all-new HA (high-availability) engine 2x-3x faster compared to previous […]

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Five Easy Steps to Configure Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Cluster using StarWind iSCSI SAN

  When there’s a no direct requirement about the business, people usually avoid the term “cluster” in their platform; mostly just because partial ignorance about the technology. For a long time, no matter if you were using open source platforms, Windows or any other, there was the believing that installing, configuring and maintaining a cluster is just a hard thing […]

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