DataON Webinar – Best Practices for Windows Server 2016 HCI & How It’s Better with Veeam & HGST

Windows Server 2016 launched in late 2016, with new functionality such as Hyper-V, Storage Spaces Direct, Storage Replica and advanced Resilient File System (ReFS). As more and more enterprises are adopting and deploying Windows Server 2016 hyper-converged infrastructure, DataON and our partners would like to share our best practices and know-how so your HCI leverages all the key features and functionalities of a Microsoft software-defined data center (SDDC) with Storage Spaces Direct.

Veeam Cloud Connect provides cloud-based disaster recovery and offsite backup. It allows businesses and organizations to have physical and virtual backups off-site and replicate VMs without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an offsite infrastructure. It’s also one of the few solutions that provides full, advanced support for Windows Server 2016.

HGST (a division of Western Digital) provides high quality and high capacity SAS HDDs that are the core of DataON’s DNS family of JBODs. It lays down the foundation for a worry-free data center powered by Windows Server 2016.

The webcast will explore the following topics:

•What are the top deployment best practices you need to know about in Windows Server 2016

•What is Veeam and how do they support Windows Server 2016

•How does HGST technology support a Windows Server-based data center

Presented by: DataON, Veeam, HGST, and a Microsoft MVP

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via DataON Storage

About The Author
- DataON Storage is the leading provider of OS-agnostic storage platforms, including scale-out JBOD enclosures and converged storage cluster-in-a-box (CiB) appliances. DataON is the hardware behind the Citrix WorkspacePod, a purpose-built turnkey solution with the goal of delivering scalability and resiliency while reducing the deployment cost and complexity for XenApp and XenDesktop. DataON’s tiered storage CiB design enables SMBs and enterprises to achieve million IOPS performance with petabyte scalability.

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