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For Larger V-locity Deployments: Getting Up and Running Using V-locity Management Console (VMC)

V-locity® I/O Reduction software is designed to solve and prevent application performance degradation at the source, relieving stress and frustration from user complaints and reliability issues. V-locity eliminates the two big I/O inefficiencies in a virtual environment that generates a minimum of 30-40% I/O traffic [...]

Fix SQL Server Storage Bottlenecks

No SQL code changes.No Disruption.No Reboots.Simple!   Condusiv V-locity Introduction     Whether running SQL in a physical or virtualized environment, most SQL DBAs would welcome faster storage at a reasonable price. The V-locity® software from Condusiv® Technologies is designed to provide exactly that, but using [...]

Cultech Limited Solves ERP and SQL Troubles with Diskeeper 18 Server

Before discovering Diskeeper®, Cultech Limited experienced sluggish ERP and SQL performance, unnecessary downtime, and lost valuable hours each day troubleshooting issues related to Windows write inefficiencies. As an internationally recognized innovator and premium quality manufacturer within the nutritional supplement industry, the usual troubleshooting approaches just [...]

How to make NVMe storage even faster

This is a blog to complement a vlog that I posted a few weeks ago, in which I demonstrated how to use the intelligent RAM caching technology found in the V-locity® software from Condusiv® Technologies to improve the performance that a computer can get from [...]

Solving the IO Blender Effect with Software-Based Caching

First, let me explain exactly what the IO Blender Effect is, and why it causes a problem in virtualized environments such as those from VMware or Microsoft’s Hyper-V. This is typically what storage IO traffic would look like when everything is working well. You have [...]

How to Improve Application Performance by Decreasing Disk Latency like an IT Engineer

You might be responsible for a busy SQL server, for example, or a Web Server; perhaps a busy file and print server, the Finance Department's systems, documentation management, CRM, BI, or something else entirely. Now, think about WHY these are the workloads that you care [...]