Best Practices for Deploying your New Hyper-V Infrastructure

Discover the best practices that you need to know in order to successfully deploy your new Hyper-V infrastructure. Whether you are new to Hyper-V and planning your first virtual infrastructure, or a VMware admin using Hyper-V for the first time, we will give you tips and tricks to optimize your datacenter at a low cost. You will see best practices from StarWind about deploying virtualization infrastructure with the turnkey HyperConverged Appliance (https://www.starwindsoftware.com/starwind-hyperconverged-appliance), and 5nine Software will show you the easiest way to manage and secure your investment.

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- StarWind Software is a pioneer in the storage virtualization. This company is a real innovator that develops production solutions years before these ideas get adopted by the rest of the IT world. Many companies claim doing this but few actually do.   StarWind gathered all the innovation in storage management and featured it in its core product - StarWind Virtual SAN. StarWind Virtual SAN is a virtual shared storage. StarWind completely eliminates any need for an expensive SAN or NAS or other physical shared storage. It seamlessly integrates into the hypervisor for unbeatable performance and exceptional simplicity of use.   Their latest offering is StarWind Hyper-Converged Platform, a turnkey solution that unifies servers, spindle disks and flash, hypervisor and associated software into a pre-tested and pre-configured setup.    StarWind Virtual SAN acquired the VMware Ready certification and is listed in the VMware Hardware Compatibility List. It is also officially certified for Windows Server 2012 R2 as well as for Citrix XenServer 6.5, and is available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.   Since 2003, StarWind has been the solution of choice for over 30,000 global users in more than 100 countries, from SMBs and companies with ROBO scenario, to governments, Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies.

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