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How To Find Out If Your Servers Have an I/O Performance Problem

IT pros know all too well the pain and frustration due to performance problems such as users getting disconnected and complaining, SQL reports or queries taking forever or timing out, annoyingly slow applications causing users to wait, lose productivity and complain, backups failing to complete in the allotted window or even having to constantly reboot the servers to restore performance for a bit. … [Read more...]

Getting Started with Azure Bastion

Azure Bastion can best be described as a managed jump host. A jump host, also called a jump box, is a virtual machine that's placed on a virtual network. This article describes how to get started with Azure Bastion. … [Read more...]

6 Best Practices to Improve SQL Query Performance

  MS SQL Server is the world’s leading RDMS and has plentiful benefits and features that empower its efficient operation. As with any such robust platform, however—especially one which has matured as SQL Server has—there have been best practices evolved that allow for its best performance. For any company utilizing it, Microsoft SQL Server is central to a company’s … [Read more...]

What is Kubernetes?

Most answers to the question, “What is Kubernetes?” follow a pattern. It’s open-source. It’s a container-orchestration system. It automates application deployment, scaling, and management. All are true. … [Read more...]

Explained: What is containerization?

Containerization. Another one of those tech buzzwords folks love to say but often have no idea what it means. A better way to organize children’s toys? The act of bringing tupperware out to dinner to safely transport home leftovers? Another name for Russian dolls? Containerization is, of course, none of those things. But its definition might be best captured in a quick example rather than … [Read more...]

What Condusiv’s Diskeeper Does for Me

I'm a person who uses what he has. For example, my friend Roger purchased a fancy new keyboard, but only uses it on "special occasions" because he wants to keep the hardware in pristine condition. That isn't me--my stuff wears out because I rely on it and use it continuously. To this point, the storage on my Windows 10 workstation computer takes a heavy beating because I read and write data to my … [Read more...]

Condusiv’s V-locity Technology Was Recently Certified as Citrix Ready

  We are proud to announce that Condusiv’s V-locity® I/O reduction software has been certified as Citrix Ready®. The Citrix Ready program helps customers identify third-party solutions that enhance virtualization, networking and cloud computing solutions from Citrix Systems, Inc. V-locity, our innovative and dynamic alternative to costly hardware overhauls, has completed a … [Read more...]

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 to PathPoint’s growing organization and mission of providing … [Read more...]

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 will likely provide significant benefit on that one VM.  It may even be extraordinary.  But loading V-locity on just … [Read more...]

Improve Performance Without Getting Stuck with Unnecessary and Expensive Hardware

We recently completed a case study with a top construction company who deployed V-locity® I/O reduction software to improve speed on Citrix and SQL applications and avoided unnecessary hardware costs. Performance on Teichert’s Citrix and SQL servers that were running critical applications was beginning to suffer due to the growth of data, increased number of users, and infrastructure … [Read more...]