How to Benefit from Analyzing Virtualization Performance

How to Benefit from Analyzing Virtualization Performance


Culling the right performance data, from both physical and virtual servers, is a challenge unto itself; however, it’s a challenge made all the more complicated when there’s also no clear consensus on the tools and techniques for monitoring this performance. Luckily, this classroom can help.

The sessions contained herein explain why identifying problems is more about isolating the “where” rather than the what. Log-in today and learn why, through the identification of these trends, admins can then adjust their servers to accommodate for actions like excessive virtual machine migrations.


Brian Kirsch IT architect and instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College

Brian Kirsch is an IT Architect and Instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College, focusing primarily on the virtualization and storage environments. He has been in information technology for over 15 years and worked with VMware products for more than seven years. Brian holds multiple certifications from Microsoft, CommVault, VMware and EMC, he also sits on the VMware Customer Council.

28 Jul 2014
29 Jul 2014
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