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HYPER-CONVERGED ALL FLASH APPLIANCE – STARWIND HCI ALL-FLASH

HCI All-Flash is designed for small and mid-size SMB virtualized environments. All-flash storage configuration provides the best capacity-performance combination. Start with as little as one node and leverage StarWind Hybrid Cloud for HA and failover or get more nodes to build an onsite cluster. Also, you can scale up by adding more storage, memory, and interface cards. Clusters can also have mixed node configurations to adopt multiple workload requirements. With StarWind ProActive Support included with the appliance, the responsibility for health status monitoring and availability of your applications is covered by StarWind Intelligent monitoring service and a team of professional support engineers.

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  • StarWind Virtual SAN Hybrid Cloud
  • StarWind Proactive Support
  • Data Locality
  • StarWind Web-Based Management
  • Grid Architecture
  • Deduplication and Compression
  • Scale-Up and Scale-Out
  • Unified Storage (Multiprotocol)
  • StarWind VVOLS
  • Fault Tolerance and High Availability
  • Hyperconverged
  • Converged (“Compute and Storage Separated”)
  • Server-Side Cache
  • Hardware Agnostic and Commodity Hardware
  • Asynchronous Replication
  • Snapshots and Automated Storage Tiering
  • Virtual Tape Library (VTL)
  • StarWind Log-Structured File System (LSFS)
  • StarWind Swordfish Provider
  • StarWind ISER
  • Hybrid Cloud: clustering with active-active data replication between on-premises and AWS, Azure or any other public cloud
  • Fault Tolerance, High Availability, Distributed RAM cache, Secure backups, Cloud DR and more
  • RDMA: maximize performance and resources available to your applications by eliminating I/O overhead
  • Zero configuration, migration, and integration efforts – all done by StarWind Engineering Team at no extra cost
  • HCI fits even strictest budgets with a 2-node cluster price tag 2x lower than, say, a Tesla Model 3
  • Constant uptime thanks to high fault tolerance rate: a 2-node system keeps on going even if 1 node and 1 disk fails

 


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