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Adding Deduplication and Compression without impacting performance

IT professionals expect a lot from their storage systems; they want volume management, thin provisioning, snapshot, clones, automated tiering, replication etc. Increasingly today, they want deduplication and compression as well, so they can squeeze every ounce of capacity out of their storage investment. 871 more words

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Production Azure Performance

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Microsoft asserts that given 16 data disks, Azure VMs can provide a maximum of 8,000 IOPS in the document “Performance Guidance for SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machines” available from… 1,665 more words

Azure

IOPS ve Latency Bölüm 1

Bundan önceki pek çok blog yazımda depolama performansı ile alakalı hususları yazmıştım ama iops ve latency konusunu ayrıntılı yazmamıştım. Depolama üreticileri kendi depolama cihazları en iyi sonuçları elde etsin diye testleri kendilerine göre eğip bükerler. 293 more words

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Flash Performance vs Flash Features

Recently, Robin Harris over at Storage Mojo made a statement that caused a stir with both users and the industry. My summation of his column and… 719 more words

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Azure Virtual Disk Performance

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Microsoft asserts that given 16 data disks, Azure VMs can provide a maximum of 8,000 IOPS in the document “Performance Guidance for SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machines” available from… 1,665 more words

Azure

Diving deeper into the latest XenDesktop 7.5 IOPS results

As you saw in a previous blog, XenDesktop 7.5 is able to achieve an average IOPS value of less than 1/10th per user. Of course when you put out unbelievable results like this you hear a lot of comments trying to find holes in the results or test procedures. 251 more words

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Latest XenDesktop 7.5 IOPS

It is amazing when you’ve been focused on a technology for so long that you start to see major improvements. In 2010, I provided my… 268 more words