StarWind Success Story: SAGD built a 100% fully virtualized IT infrastructure

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    The Salvation Army Georgia Division (SAGD), an American non-profit religious organization, had a Windows environment with physical partially virtualized servers and Microsoft Hyper-V on top. Partial virtualization has been associated with data security issues. In addition, such IT infrastructure was unreliable, difficult, and time-consuming to manage. StarWind helped SAGD to build efficient hyperconverged infrastructure with a flexible distributed storage system and ensure high availability (HA) at an affordable price.

    Find out how The Salvation Army Georgia Division built a highly available (HA) and fault-tolerant (FT) IT infrastructure with StarWind.