StarWind Success Story: Deploy a high availability cluster with StarWind vSAN
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Graham Corporation, a U.S.-based designer and manufacturer of vacuum and heat transfer equipment, had an expensive physical SAN which was a single point of failure (SPOF) and took a lot of rack space. So, the company needed virtual shared storage to achieve fault tolerance and reduce high IT operational expenses. Using StarWind Virtual SAN (vSAN), Graham Corporation creates a high availability (HA) storage cluster, eliminates a SPOF issue, builds a hyperconverged environment, reduces its rack space usage by one-third, and saves around $10K a year on its OPEX.
You can read about how StarWind could do the same for your company by following this link.