How Microsoft & DataON enable students and staff to spend more time teaching and learning

Cherokee County School District chose a Storage Spaces Direct and DataON hyper-converged solution to modernize and consolidate multiple systems into a single platform. The Windows Server Software-Defined certified solution from DataON enables CCSD students and staff to spend more time teaching and learning, instead of troubleshooting technology issues.

How Windows Admin Center & DataON MUST help understaffed IT teams get work done faster

Cherokee County School District uses Windows Admin Center and DataON MUST visibility and management tool to manage their Windows Server environments. It consolidates tasks from various tools into a single console, allowing understaffed IT teams to easily manage hardware and get work done faster. As seen at Microsoft Ignite 2018.

How cheaper, faster storage helps this nonprofit do more for troubled youth

Youth Villages partners with Strategic Online Systems, Inc. (SOS) as their managed service provider. SOS focuses on providing strategic planning, network support and equipment deployments for organizations that make a difference in their communities.
SOS had successfully deployed Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage Spaces in the past. They learned about the upcoming launch of Windows Server 2016 and were excited about its Storage Spaces Direct solution. In the end, SOS decided to deploy a Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct solution with DataON storage for Youth Villages.

EVGA: The first in gaming graphics, the first to Windows Server 2016

EVGA is a member of Microsoft’s Technology Adoption Program (TAP) that was an early adopter of Windows Server 2016. By deploying a Storage Spaces Direct and DataON hyper-converged infrastructure, EVGA was able to simplify their IT infrastructure and reduce their costs from maintaining a proprietary SAN and paying VMware licensing fees.

Microsoft Ignite 2018

THR3137 – The case of the shrinking data: Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2019

BRK3155 – Practical guidance to make your tier-1 SQL Server roar

BRK2379 – Azure Files in 2018: Bigger, faster, better!

BRK2037 – Windows Server management reimagined with Windows Admin Center

BRK2242 – What’s new in Remote Desktop Services on Windows Server 2019

BRK2036 – From Hyper-V to hyper-converged infrastructure with Windows Admin Center

BRK3056 – Retire your old file servers with Storage Migration Service in Windows Server 2019

BRK2233 – Get ready for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 end of support

BRK2232 – Jumpstart your hyper-converged infrastructure deployment with Windows Server

BRK2231 – Be an IT hero with Storage Spaces Direct in Windows Server 2019

BRK4021 – Deep dive on SQL Server and big data

THR1070 – Go from zero to hero using Azure Site Recovery: Surviving a ransomware attack

BRK2235 – Windows Server 2019 System Insights: Simplified ML for the intelligent edge

BRK2035 – Windows Server 2019: What’s new and what’s next

BRK2241 – Windows Server 2019 deep dive

BRK3213 – Modernizing SQL Server the right way

Microsoft Ignite 2017

Storage Spaces Direct: Be an IT hero with software-defined storage!

What’s new in Windows Server, version 1709 for the software-defined datacenter

Storage Replica: Save your job with Windows Server 2016

What’s new in Windows Server clustering and storage: Hyper-converged SHAZAM!

Everything you need to know about the new Windows Server release cadence

Windows Server Fall Technical Foundation and beyond

Windows Server: What’s new and what’s next

Manage and Monitor your Windows Server 2016 Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Dave Kawula’s notes from the field on Storage Spaces Direct

Windows Server Software Defined: The fastest route to the benefits of hyper-converged infrastructure

Nested Virtualization: A game changer in Hyper-V and Azure

Discover what’s new with Windows Server Management Experiences

No one knows Microsoft hybrid cloud like DataON

We can help you make the leap to hybrid cloud