Assignment of applications in a VM and then map it to a particular datastore is always troublesome because we need to consider so many things. That is just not from the physical storage side but also from VM or virtualization Continue reading US Patent – Assignment of Applications in a Virtual Machine Environment based on Data Access Pattern
Fan-out ratio is something that “generally” a vSphere Admin does not care about at all. So, lets take a look at what is Fan-Out ratio. The fan-out ratio is the number of hosts connected to a port on a SAN Continue reading Academic Research – Controlling Host Q-Depth based on Storage Fan-Out Ratio & Hosts Throughput Aggregation
Sizing your Storage System is always a crucial factor when you Virtualize your Business Critical Applications, because I/O characteristics differ significantly between applications depending on the nature of the access patterns. The first step in being able to determine the requirements for Continue reading Virtualizing BCA – What about Application I/O Characteristics ?
After the first part on this topic (I/O Block Size – Part 1) I have received some interesting feedback. And now I wanted to make one point clear again here which I think I made in my first part. So Continue reading I/O block size for VMware with P4000 – Part 2
I was answering few questions lately in our internal group email distribution regarding few topics based on iSCSI Storage backed. There was a interesting topic came up and I could not resist myself to make it a article. Here is Continue reading I/O block size for VMware with P4000