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“Next slide here, and that’s how important this concept of I/O transformation really is, and I’ll go into quite a bit more detail when we get into the technical briefing portion a little bit later on, but I just wanna look at this from a high level and kind of sum it up, okay? This is what we want to happen with write I/Os, we take those split small random I/Os and we can transform them into more contiguous, larger sequential, I/Os. That’s the key to getting back 30% to 40% of your throughput.
“Your hardware should be able to perform faster but the way Windows is handling the data logically, it’s like Windows has got its foot on the brake of that brand new Maserati you just bought. So think of V-locity as pressing down on the accelerator, making things go faster, more transactions.”