March News: StarWind Virtual SAN @StarWind #HyperV

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Published on | Updated on February 24, 2021

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I am glad to share with you the latest StarWind news for March 2015.

 

1. Free Webinar “Scale Out Freely: No Hardware Lock-in”

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25 March, 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

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

Scale-out has come up as technology to meet the constantly increasing demands to the storage capacity. Unlike Scale-up it allows scaling horizontally. However, it also has some caveats. In most cases, you need to stick to the 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.

Join Max Kolomyeytsev to learn to avoid these caveats and benefit from:
– Scale-out and scale up with NO hardware lock-in
– Scale-out with ANY hypervisor
– Support “compute and storage separated” and “hyper-converged” scenarios simultaneously
– Asymmetric Scale-out

Register now!

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

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19 March, 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

Host: Anatoly Vilchinskiy, 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.

The only Tap Room where no one will actually eat your peanuts, book your table below:

Virtualize responsibly!

Enjoy.

Cheers,
-Charbel

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