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Posted:  06 Sep 2012
Published:  06 Sep 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  1  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

At the end of the day, storage performance issues need to be addressed sensibly and strategically. Optimizing IOPS is part of the equation, but so is ensuring that I/O traffic is balanced across the myriad pathways, usually a mix of Fibre Channel cabling and switching, iSCSI networking and direct-attach configurations. And, of course, implementing some means of spotting and resolving performance problems is key.

In this presentation transcript, Jon William Toigo takes a look at storage performance efficiency and why it shouldn't be considered in isolation from the other dimensions of storage efficiency.






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