Overall Satisfaction with StarWind HyperConverged Appliance (HCA)
When I first started this role, all applications and services ran on physical servers. I migrated those physical servers to ESXi and re-deployed those applications and services as VMs. Over time, we needed more HA capabilities and StarWind HCA along with vSphere Essentials met that need at a very good price point.
- Postive impact, filling a HA need
- Reduced footprint of physical servers
I can't say enough about ProActive Support. Issues were identified and resolved with ease. It's one less thing my small IT team has to worry about on a daily basis.
We have had no unplanned downtime or outages since implementing StarWind.
These services made deployment a breeze. After racking the severs/clusters in two different deployments, we were up and running in less than two hours.
We looked at some tradtional solutions from HP and Dell along with Nutanix. StarWind had the best solution and price overall.
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For a SMB, StarWind HCA is a great solution - well priced, easy to manage and top notch support. I can't think of a scenario where it would not be well suited.