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Gridstore’s hyper-converged infrastructure is purpose-built for the Microsoft workloads. Designed from the ground up to deliver predictable performance for any workload in a highly virtualized environment, it eliminates the cost, risk and management complexity of layers of technologies that were never built for virtualization. It also enable a simple, pay-as-you-scale, building-block approach to building an infrastructure for private, hybrid or public clouds.

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Gridstore’s hyper-converged infrastructure is purpose-built for the Microsoft workloads. Designed from the ground up to deliver predictable performance for any workload in a highly virtualized environment, it eliminates the cost, risk and management complexity of layers of technologies that were never built for virtualization. It also enable a simple, pay-as-you-scale, building-block approach to building an infrastructure for private, hybrid or public clouds.

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ONDEMAND WEBINARS >

Listen-in and hear Symon Perriman, Microsoft’s Senior Technical Evangelist for Cloud Technologies, and Kelly Murphy, Gridstore Founder and CTO discuss the benefits of deploying a Windows Server environment on an All-Flash HyperConverged Infrastructure and managing it with System Center and Azure Pack in a software-defined datacenter. Register Now >

ONDEMAND WEBINARS >

Industry Expert Tony Asaro from The INI Group leads a panel of industry leaders addressing the economics of this new approach featuring Dan Stolz, Microsoft Chief Technology Strategist. Watch Now >

INFOPAKS >

Download now to learn about the first all-flash appliance to deliver tunable, auto-optimized compute and storage resources in a single system. Read More >

INFOPAKS >

Read how John Hammond, associate vice president, Winthrop University, was grappling with renewal fees from his current suppliers that broke the bank while the system itself was expensive to maintain, difficult to expand, and even more difficult to manage. Read More >