Rob Girard, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer, Tintri and Scott Fallen, Solutions Engineer, SentryOne
About this talk
Disk I/O for a virtualized SQL Server database takes a mysterious journey. In this session we will take the mystery out of virtual disk I/O. Using common infrastructure tools we will explore the path of a disk I/O and share repeatable methods that can be used to quickly identify the cause of a performance bottleneck. Along the way we will explore SQL Server, the Virtual Machine, the hypervisor, virtual switches, physical switches, and the storage. We will also show the power of application analytics – using the SentryOne solution to analyze SQL Server and Tintri I/O performance, including the impact on server from the Virtual Host all the way down to the individual SQL queries impacting performance.
Tintri puts the agility of public cloud inside your data center. Tintri’s all-flash architecture uses building blocks similar to public cloud—to simply manage enterprise and cloud native applications. Comcast, Chevron, NASA, Toyota, and 20% of the Fortune 100, trust Tintri with enterprise cloud.
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