Today Sanbolic announced the availability of its latest version of its distributed clustered file system Melio version 3.5, which is currently the best available alternative for Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volumes. I have helped Sanbolic test and improve some of its earlier versions and was very impressed.
Co-founder and CEO of Sanbolic, Momchil Michailov just informed me that both DPM 2010 and Symantec BackupExec are supported, that the product will ship before the end of the week. Sanbolic has much more to offer that simply to replace CSV. If you haven’t looked at this product and are thinking of building large Hyper-V clusters, VDI or SQL deployments where enterprise ready storage is expected without the compromises, I strongly advise you to start evaluating Sanbolic’s file system Melio version 3.5
If you need any assistance with testing this product or writing a design, don’t hesitate to contact me and make me part of your project.
I have no shares in Sanbolic (although maybe I should) :-)