Yes, yes we did.
In this piece, Vladan outlines why StarWind makes a compelling solution for a scale-out file server on Windows Server, without the need to pay for Datacenter edition licensing.
Vladan SEGET comments:
StarWind Virtual SAN can lower the overall cost and provide more data services on the top. Isn’t this the main reason to try it out? Get more for less. StarWind uses SMB3 which provides high performance and highly available storage for mission-critical applications. At the same time, it maximizes the hardware utilization.
Read more at: StarWind Supports SMB3 – Did you Know?
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