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StorMagic SvSAN – a virtual SAN made simple

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StorMagic simplifies IT storage
Minimal hardware, lightweight software
Boost productivity & increase ROI
Lower CAPEX and OPEX
No vendor lock-in or strings attached
Eliminate costly, complex physical SANs
End disruption and downtime
Inspires confidence - no single point of failure
Keep systems and mission-critical applications online

StorMagic simplifies IT storage. In contrast to the numerous competing  solutions in the storage market, StorMagic SvSAN is not complex, expensive or difficult to manage. At its heart is an ambition to give your organization simple virtual storage. It makes the complex simple.

StorMagic SvSAN ensures your organization can keep critical processes and systems running 24/7, from headquarters to the most remote locations imaginable. Remove the threat of lost productivity and revenue due to IT hardware failure and keep data secure and always available.

Keep retail point-of-sale (POS) systems online even if a server fails in the store. Keep warehouse inventory applications running while the IT staff carry out routine maintenance. Keep wind turbine sensors online even when a power outage takes out a datacenter.
To achieve all of this, you could be forgiven for assuming that SvSAN comes with a significant price attached. But it doesn’t. With its low hardware requirements and easy management, SvSAN saves your organization both time and money. Its simplicity ensures you spend less on physical hardware, less on the maintenance and upkeep of that hardware, less on power and cooling, and less on human resource to keep the solution running. SvSAN has been proven to lower capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operating expenditure (OPEX) by at least 40% each - and in some cases, much more. That’s money that can be used for other critical projects in your organization.

A typical two-node SvSAN configuration, with a centralized management interface and witness
A typical two-node SvSAN configuration, with a centralized management interface and witness