Keep on IO’in in the VDI world

Reading Time: 4 minutes I have already done some posting about analyzers, optimization and IO offloading (https://www.pascalswereld.nl/post/72323420934/ram-based-storage-vdi and https://www.pascalswereld.nl/post/71309552232/reducing-io-at-host), but a question that rises often in VDI projects is what IO(PS) do we expect in what layers of the infrastructure and how can we measure them accordantly? But first start at the start. What kind of IO can we expect … Continue reading »Keep on IO’in in the VDI world

Virtual Infrastructure WAN Benchmarking with Dummynet

Reading Time: 4 minutes Ever had a customer environment where either a deployment is done over WAN links or the customers wants to change there WAN links, and they (or you in planning or testing phase) are interesting to see what happens in advance? Or you just want to know how latency or ping drops in a WAN link … Continue reading »Virtual Infrastructure WAN Benchmarking with Dummynet

Benchmarking your VMware Horzion VDI infrastructure with VMware View Planner

Reading Time: 6 minutes So I got myself a VDI infrastructure based on VMware Horizon view. Planning or Design phase done, first implementing phase done. Depending on your why’s you are either in concept planning phase or testing before going to production. Good let’s introduce the next step in the project phases, planning for workload or testing the infrastructure … Continue reading »Benchmarking your VMware Horzion VDI infrastructure with VMware View Planner

VMware vBenchmark – Lab Flings

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last month I did a blog post of a fling I often use in project phases (read it at https://www.pascalswereld.nl/post/58225706990/vmware-io-analyzer-fling). I want to blog about another fling you can use in a project and also in normal management of virtual infrastructures. This fling is called vBenchmark and can create reports of your virtual environment with measurements … Continue reading »VMware vBenchmark – Lab Flings