no mention of how it works.
It is done by having a central quorum server that acts as the 3rd node for all remote clusters thus saving costs. This does however post a question of what happens if a server fails while the WAN is down?
StorMagic has a two-server virtual SAN product which VMware is now endorsing as the best virtual SAN for remote office/branch office environments – instead of its own vSAN software - where the customer needs a two-server set-up. SvSAN provides high-availability and bullet-proof simplicity with two servers instead of the three …
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