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Why logical deduplication is completely illogical — Virtually Sober

Recently I’ve been seeing a resurgence of staffers at legacy data protection vendors quoting huge deduplication ratios on LinkedIn posts. Over the years I’ve seen 30:1, 100:1, even 150:1. 527 more words

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Nutanix Scalability – Part 5 – Scaling Storage Performance for Physical Machines

Nutanix Scalability – Part 5 – Scaling Storage Performance for Physical Machines

http://www.joshodgers.com/2018/06/26/nutanix-scalability-part-5-scaling-storage-performance-for-physical-machines/
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External, PowerShell

PowerShell for Beginners (Part 13): PowerShell Remoting — SID-500.COM

I make no secret of it: Now we come to my favorite topic: PowerShell Remoting. I love it. I hope you’ll love it too. If you are a passionate Systems Engineer or Developer you’ll find a lot of tips and tricks in this part to make work life easier and more efficient. But first a […]

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External, Nutanix

Nutanix Scalability – Part 4 – Storage Performance for Monster VMs with AHV! — CloudXC

In Part 3 we learned a number of ways to scale storage performance for a single VM including but not limited too: Using multiple PVSCSI controllers Using multiple virtual disks Spreading large workloads (like databases) across multiple vDisks/Controllers Increasing the … Continue reading →

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External, Nutanix

Nutanix Scalability – Part 3 – Storage Performance for a single Virtual Machine — CloudXC

Continuing on from Part 1 where we discussed how Nutanix can scale storage capacity separately to compute using storage only nodes, we will now cover how Nutanix can scale the storage performance of a Virtual server including beyond the capabilities of a … Continue reading →

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