Beating the I/O blender effect of virtualized server environments

Virtual Server Bottlenecks Among Most Troubling Data Storage Problems

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Server performance can be a moving target: whether physical servers or virtual machines, there are a number of places where data can be held up and, accordingly, there are different ways to address each type of bottleneck.

However, if you add flash for faster storage reads and writes, and you're apt to find the limitations in your storage network. Add a faster storage network, and your caching could become the performance culprit—a catch-22.

Download this expert guide to troubleshoot server bottlenecks created by running multiple VMs.

Learn how to solve your data storage performance problems, regardless of whether your virtualized server environment is supported by traditional shared networked storage, storage designed for VMs, or software-defined systems.

Vendor:
Lenovo
Posted:
21 Mar 2017
Published:
14 Mar 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
13 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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