Cut Latency, Gain Unparalleled VM Performance with Hyperconverged Infrastructure

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Jon Toigo, Chairman, Data Management Institute; Carlos Nieves, Director of Marketing, DataCore Software

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As we enter 2016, hyper-converged infrastructure appliances are gaining steam as a means to achieve agile IT resource allocation in software-defined data centers. However, many planners are discovering that fast-deploy server/storage appliances often fall short in terms of hosted VM performance. Perceived application performance is the make-or-break of modern IT service strategy and faster is definitely better. The challenges to achieving stellar application performance in virtualized hyper-converged infrastructure are many, but I/O latency is ultimately the first and often the most important hurdle to overcome. Most solutions offered by storage and hypervisor software vendors fall short of tackling the latency challenge, since doing so really requires more than just memory caching, log structuring or I/O pipelining. What is needed is parallel I/O processing. In this webinar, you will learn how to: - Obtain up to 300x reduction in latency and up to 15x improvement in data throughput – even with commodity server and storage gear - Harness the untapped power of multi-core processors to create a parallel engine for processing I/O - Reduce your infrastructure costs while learning more about a hyper-converged solution that achieved $0.08 per SPC-1 IOPS™ The results have been documented in a just-published report from the Storage Performance Council that should be required reading for any IT planner. Join us as industry analyst, Jon Toigo walks through the benchmark results to describe the best performing and lowest cost solution for achieving application performance in the market today.
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