sponsored by ClearCube Technology
Posted:  08 May 2007
Published:  01 May 2007
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
With no established standard to measure performance of virtualized desktop environments, many managers struggle to determine which virtual desktop deployments will work for their infrastructure or how many virtual machines can be installed in a standard configuration without degrading performance.

This white paper presents the findings of a recent study designed to evaluate the performance of leading VMware products. Comparing a number of standard configurations, the study evaluated three primary stress points among computing environments that typically corrupt performance:
  • CPU utilization
  • Memory utilization
  • I/O utilization

Read this white paper today to learn how to evaluate and improve performance in virtualized environments.



Author

Jeff Jilg
ClearCube Technologies
Jeff Jilg, PhD is responsible for Technology Services at ClearCube Technologies. He has over 25 years of experience in the technology industry. Previously, Jeff was the systems management architect in Dell Computer's Server Group. In addition, he was a technical architect at IBM working on the AIX operating system.



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