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Essential Radical Readings Reading Group

I am interested in getting a group of us together online to discuss and debate essential radical readings, in the hopes that we can then begin to formulate new ideas and strategies for the IOPS and for radical resistance in general Aside from becoming a member of IOPS ( 150 more words

Radical Theory

Proper VMware Storage Quality of Service from Tintri

One complaint that I’ve had about mixed storage technology (i.e. SSD and HDD in the same box/same LUN/volume/store) is that an application’s performance can’t be guaranteed to be consistent. 296 more words

VSphere

Defrag your VMs to improve storage performance

Even if you have some kind of clever VM storage device such as a Tintri, ideally you should still defrag your VMs. If you’re still running VMs on a legacy SAN you should… 68 more words

VSphere

IOMETER Yazılımı 2

IOMETER ile alakalı ilk yazının devamında daha fazla ayrıntıya gireceğiz.

Yazılımı il çalıştırdığında açılan ilk tab Disk Targets tabıdır. Bu tab’da test edilecek olan disk(ler görülür). 536 more words

Storage

Fling Labs: IOBlazer - IOPS and bytes/s and IO latency and playback VSCSI traces captured on VMware ESX through the vscsiStats utility

Source: Fling Labs

Summary

IOBlazer is a multi-platform storage stack micro-benchmark. IOBlazer runs on Linux, Windows and OSX and it is capable of generating a highly customizable workload. 196 more words

Fling Labs

Briefing Note: Qumulo delivers Next Generation, Data-Aware Scale-out NAS

Scale-out storage has a fundamental weakness, according to startup Qumulo, it can grow easily but also increases data management requirements as it does capacity. This means that as storage systems grow they get less efficient and more expensive to run, forcing administrators to focus on managing data instead of understanding that data, its value and how it’s being used. 709 more words

Flash

Briefing Note: Physical Servers Matter - Diskeeper keeps them running like new

While the move to a virtualized data center continues, physical servers still matter! Its true that many organizations are now approaching 60%+ virtualization, few have reached 100%. 693 more words

Flash