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SvSAN 6

SvSAN is a software-defined storage solution designed to run on two or more servers. It is uniquely architected with the combination of a light footprint, availability out-of-the-box, uncompromising performance and centralized management deployment across a remote and branch environment office.

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Solving remote IT challenges with StorMagic SvSAN

This white paper discusses IT challenges facing organizations with distributed sites, common pain points in these remote site environments and how SvSAN can help to resolve these challenges. Ideal read for organizations looking to formulate their future…

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Storage Magazine review – StorMagic SvSAN

This Storage Magazine review documents the findings of hands-on testing of StorMagic SvSAN 5.2 within a Microsoft Hyper-V® environment and standard Dell PowerEdge servers. Storage Magazine also highlights SvSAN 5.2’s support for Microsoft’s System Centre Operations…

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IDC vendor profile – StorMagic

This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes StorMagic and its software-defined storage product — SvSAN — designed for remote offices. In addition, relevant industry dynamics are highlighted, software-defined storage trends are explored, and recommendations are provided for StorMagic around its opportunities…

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Preventing branch office downtime with VMware and virtual storage appliances

Managing multiple branch offices presents unique IT challenges for organizations as management complexity and often a lack of IT resources can make it difficult to maintain continuous up time.

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How to maximize uptime and service availability in remote or branch offices

StorMagic and Cisco have worked together to produce this white paper, which outlines the pros and cons of centralized and decentralized infrastructures and describes how their combined solution provides the best of both…

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Hyperconverged infrastructure suitability for distributed enterprise

IT infrastructure is evolving; the days of having server and storage silos with dedicated specialized teams are over. This is mainly due to server virtualization and the move to “software-defined” for all infrastructure components. Read this white paper to learn which…