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Virtual SAN Hyper-V 2012 R2

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Mostly a VMware shop here. Very new to Hyper-V. Looking to build out a Hyper-V test environment using two servers with local storage. I see that Hyper-V has "live storage migration" (VMware - Storage vMotion) which is great when both servers are working as they should. What i'm looking for is something along the lines of VMware's virtual SAN - VSAN for Hyper-V. They ability to leverage local storage and have virtual machine redundancy in the event of a single host failure in my two node cluster.

Any and all input appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Caleb
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Starwind do one - http://www.starwindsoftware.com/native-san-for-hyper-v
HP do one - www.hp.com/go/vsa - it's not cheap.
I think there are some others too
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