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Webinar: Are Storage Bottlenecks Slowing Down Your Virtualization Environment?

Understanding the capacity and performance of storage infrastructures has become more challenging as companies employ virtualization to deliver more strategic services and applications.  In many cases, these next level of applications are much more I/O intensive.  Too often, IT can't tell where resources might be over-capacity or in contention with one another until it's too late and users start complaining.

Join Hyper9 for a 30-minute Show-n-Tell Webinar where we'll address how these issues can be avoided with the right level of visibility and with proactive analyses of the storage infrastructure health across 1000s of hosts.

Specifically, we'll cover how the Hyper9 VEO Storage Lens provides a consolidated management view into multiple storage resources helping you to troubleshoot potential I/O (input/output) contention issues across a myriad of IT systems – especially NFS datastores that have become increasingly pervasive in VMware implementations.

Are Storage Bottlenecks Slowing Down Your Virtualization Environment?

When: Thursday, June 10, 2010 @ 12:00 PM Noon CT

Duration: 30 Minutes

Click to Register for this complimentary Webinar.

During this Webinar, we'll demonstrate how Hyper9 VEO:

  • Provides metrics for FC, iSCSI AND NFS in VMware environments such as latencies, IOPs, throughput and queue lengths
  • Goes beyond VM and host metrics – provides aggregate storage I/O statistics at the datastore level, drill down even to per disk (VMDK) information
  • Provides insight on how storage I/O contention issues on FC, iSCSI or NFS affect your applications, not just your infrastructure
Published Monday, June 07, 2010 9:12 AM by David Marshall
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