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1. Live webinar in German! Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016: Restart or Revolution
Date: June 24 at 2:00 AM CEST
Speaker: Thomas Maurer, Cloud Architect, itnetx GmbH
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind SoftWare Inc.
Following the Windosw Server 2016 Ignite announcement, it was followed by numerous reviews and blog posts. But even after the pre-tests, the question remains: will the new features make life easier for Hyper-V administrators? Is the new Hyper-V just an update (upgrade) of the previous version or is it a complete “revolution”?
Because the time machine does not have answers to these questions in advance, join a webinar to discuss the functionality (features) of the next version of Windows Server 2016 and Hyper-V. What can you expect from Powershell-Direct, Secure VMsStorage Spaces Direct, and Replica devices, and do you really need new Hyper-V host hardware?
2. Live webinar: Building storage space to ensure usability and resilience
July 1 at 9 PT / 12 pm ET
Speaker: Jon Toigo, Toigo Partners International LLC
When software-defined storage includes a model for building data storage infrastructure behind servers and a model for designing ready-made hyper-integrated server / storage device nodes, IT designers face many options for creating an efficient, cost-effective platform for data maintenance. Equally important, however, is the design of storage infrastructure for high availability – to protect against hardware and software failures – and resilience to ensure the availability of data in the event of disasters with a wider geographical footprint.
In this Brown Bag webinar, IT-SENSE editor and manager Jon Toigo begins by discussing the requirements for building a bulletproof storage infrastructure using software-defined and hyperconverged elements.
Star Kolind software warehouse specialist Max Kolomyeytsev connects him to the Between Two LUNs segment to talk about the availability / resilience of StarWind technology and the flexibility of its latest hyperconverged infrastructure product, developed with xByte Technologies.
3. SAN must die!
Do you hate SANs when we hate them? No, seriously? They were a great place to store your grandfather’s Oracle database, but why the hell would anyone use them to store images on a virtual machine? SANs are never designed to handle the virtualization load! In addition, with today’s high-capacity spindles, flash memory with PCIe connectivity, and a 40GB Ethernet cable are all commodities, it’s simpler, faster, and cheaper to use virtual shared storage for virtualization. Get a cure for PDOs now, here.
4. Technical Release ‘StarWind Virtual SAN, which provides archives for XenServer Pool’
Are you an experienced XenServer and Windows administrator?
Want to add StarWind® virtual storage to your XenServer Pool?
Then you definitely need step-by-step instructions!
You can check this document to find them all here.StarWind Virtual SAN provides archives for XenServer Pool ‘.
5. Another StarWind success!
this means that StarWind The Virtual SAN is eligible for support services from Microsoft, VMware, and Citrix as part of the HCL.
To achieve such recognition, StarWind Virtual SAN passed a series of tests to demonstrate product compatibility as part of common solutions from these vendors.
It’s fair to say that StarWind now has all the “MUST HAVE” certifications.