StarWind Success Story: Deploy a high availability cluster with StarWind
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Regina Catholic Schools, a Canadian school division, had no fault-tolerant IT environment that threatened its continuous operations. Its 2 Hyper-V on-prem servers hosted roughly 12-15 VMs that were migrated manually if one of the hosts went down. That took an extremely high amount of time and maintenance costs. Using StarWind Virtual SAN (vSAN), Regina Catholic Schools creates a high availability (HA) cluster with configured live VM migrations options and ensures 24/7 operations.
You can read about how StarWind could do the same for your company by following this link.