The StarWind Hyper-Converged Platform with 5nine: Your Cloud in a Box
The Microsoft Cloud Platform is being rapidly adopted by datacenters worldwide, providing the benefits of centralized management, business flexibility, and endless scalability by extending it to the public cloud. However there is much more to configuring a private cloud than just acquiring the different pieces of hardware and software – most importantly they have to work together flawlessly, and for this they need to be developed and tested collectively. This is where most home-grown solution fail – the different components do not always work as expected and it is extremely difficult to troubleshoot, because there are so many different parts and variables in the stack. The industry is realizing that SMBs need their compute, storage and networking hardware in an all-in-one solution, or a “cloud in a box”, which has led to the explosion of hyper-converged systems.
StarWind Software is known as one of the industry’s leading storage management solutions with its innovative StarWind Virtual SAN technology, and has recently released the StarWind Hyper-Converged Platform (H-CP). This integrated solution contains all the hardware, software and management tools needed to run a private cloud, but more importantly the different components were designed and tested for compatibility. Let’s take a look at the different pieces of the solution and why the StarWind Hyper-V Converged Platform (H-CP) should be considered by every SMB that is building on the Microsoft Cloud Platform.
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