StarWind Success Story: Benny D’Angelo Transport builds a fault-tolerant cluster
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Benny D’Angelo Transport, a Canadian carrier company, had an IT infrastructure built from 10 standalone servers and 3 hypervisors with QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) as its single point of failure (SPOF). The company’s NAS was unable to ensure high performance because of the workload and crashed a few times, leading to prolonged downtime and financial loss. Thanks to StarWind, the company was able to tie its existing IT environment into a single fault-tolerant Hyper-V cluster.
Find out how Benny D’Angelo Transport achieved redundancy and forgot about downtime with StarWind.