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Comparing iSCSI Targets – Microsoft, StarWind, iSCSI Cake and Kernsafe – Part I

This week, Microsoft released their iSCSI Target software for general availability.  Previously this had only been available for installations with Windows Storage Server via OEMs.  Now anyone with Windows 2008 R2 can install and use the software without restrictions.  However, there are already a number of other iSCSI target software offerings already on the market, most notably from StarWind, iSCSI ... Read More »

Review: StarWind Enterprise Server – Part II

This is the second of a series of posts reviewing the StarWind Enterprise Server iSCSI software target.  The posts relate to version 4 of the product.  Previous post(s) can be found at: Review: StarWind Enterprise Server – Part I In the first post of this review, I explained how StarWind’s server product provided the ability to turn a Windows server into an iSCSI storage device.  ... Read More »

Review: StarWind Enterprise Server – Part I

This is the first of a number of posts reviewing the StarWind Enterprise Server iSCSI software target.  The posts relate to version 4 of the product. Not everyone wants or can afford to buy dedicated storage arrays, especially in current climates.  So if you don’t want to spend money on a bespoke storage solution, are there any other options available?  One of them ... Read More »