Storage I/O Bottlenecks in a Virtual Environment
sponsored by SolarWinds, Inc.

Virtual environments often go hand in hand with storage inefficiencies, and particularly, with storage I/O bottlenecks. If you don't clear up your storage I/O bottlenecks, your VMs could significantly slow down.

Bottlenecks are caused by a number of variables, from configuration settings to inefficient architectures, and are generally tough to spot. Do you know how to catch a bottleneck?

This white paper can show you how to interpret the many statistics your virtual environment will produce so you can determine what's normal and what's not - and therefore, identify and correct storage I/O bottlenecks. Read on to explore:

  • Effects and causes of storage I/O bottlenecks
  • Identifying bottlenecks
  • Solving bottlenecks
  • And more
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