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Fusion ioTurbine caching software and server-deployed ioMemory hardware deliver high performance memory to the hypervisor to eliminate the I/O bottlenecks that limit the potential of virtualization.
Delivering I/O in virtualized environments is among the biggest barriers to realizing the benefits of virtualization. As each physical server does the work of multiple virtual servers, virtualizedsystems face significant I/O demands that reduce performance and increase latency. Traditional storage infrastructures, whether they are SAN or NAS, simply cannot keep up with the demands of virtualized servers. Compounding this problem, attempting to scale out traditional storage to meet the demands of virtualization often offsets the cost savings sought by implementing a virtualized environment.Fusion ioTurbine caching software and server-deployed ioMemory hardware deliver high performance memory to the server to eliminate the I/O bottlenecks that limit the potential of virtualization. This allows IT superheroes to finally streamline their data center architecture into a single unified virtualized environment to realize the full ROI promised by virtualization. This presentation will review how reducing the I/O at each VM increases application performance and increases server utilization, which leads to higher density, improves overall storage performance, and provides optimum control for managing I/O.