StorMagic SvSAN: A virtual SAN made simple

Deploy thousands of sites as easily as one

Simple

Provides a true 'set and forget' solution for any environment using centralized deployment and management - for thousands of sites as easily as one.

Cost Effective

Eliminates physical SANs by converging compute and storage into a lightweight commodity server footprint, thereby dramatically lowering costs.

Flexible

Delivers on today's performance needs, leveraging any CPU and storage type, with the confidence of scaling for tomorrow's demands.

What does StorMagic do?

StorMagic's easy-to-use virtual SAN, known as SvSAN, converts internal disk, flash and memory of two or more servers into a robust, shared-storage appliance.
SvSAN eliminates the need for physical SANs, prevents downtime for business critical applications, and lowers IT operating and acquisition cost.
SMEs and large organizations across 72 countries depend on our virtual SAN for enabling hyperconverged infrastructure.
Our growing community of customers have deployed from one to many thousands of sites. They are typically large enterprises with a distributed remote/branch office environment, enterprises with business critical applications at the edge and SMEs simply wanting to save on the cost and complexity of a physical SAN.

Further your knowledge on virtual SANs and software-defined storage

Understanding Storage Performance for HCI

An earlier installment of our monthly webinar series.

SSG-NOW Analyst Report - StorMagic

Easy to manage, simple to deploy, uncomplicated to scale.

StorMagic SvSAN Product White Paper

Understand the capabilities and features of SvSAN.

StorMagic SvSAN Explained In Two Minutes

Get a quick understanding of SvSAN in this video.

Trusted by your peers across every industry

“StorMagic’s SvSAN enables us to cost effectively implement simple, 2-server highly available systems with minimal hardware requirements.”

Uwe Fischer | Head of Asset Information Systems | E.ON

“With StorMagic and Cisco UCS, we were able to use just two servers and avoid the up-front and maintenance costs associated with a SAN, saving around $250,000.”

David Mahgerefteh | Director IT | Digital Risk