IntelliWrite® – Behind the Magic Curtain

IntelliWrite is one of a suite of technologies that optimize the Windows Storage I/O subsystem so that Applications can get to and from the Storage layer much faster and process a lot more data.  Remember when we used to talk about Data Processing?  Processing data [...]

Microsoft SQL Team Puts Condusiv to the Test

Condusiv continues its long-standing 20+ year relationship with Microsoft® as a Gold Partner and provider of technologies to Microsoft over the years. In a testament to our technology quality and stability, Condusiv® became the first software vendor awarded the stringent certification of MS-SQL Server I/O [...]

Case Study: Non-Profit Eliminates Frustrating Help Desk calls, Boosts Performance and Extends Useful Hardware Lifecycle

When PathPoint was faced with user complaints and productivity issues related to slow performance, the non-profit organization turned to Condusiv’s I/O reduction software to not only optimize their physical and virtual infrastructure but to extend their hardware lifecycles, as well. As technology became more relevant [...]

Do I Really Need V-locity on All VMs?

V-locity® customers may wonder, “How many VMs do I need to install V-locity on for optimal results? What kind of benefits will I see with V-locity on one or two VMs versus all the VMs on a host?”  As a refresher… It is true that V-locity [...]

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 [...]

SQL Server Database Performance

How do I get the most performance from my SQL Server? SQL Server applications are typically the most I/O intensive applications for any enterprise and thus are prone to suffer performance degradation. Anything a database administrator can do to reduce the amount of I/O necessary [...]