Category: storage

Real-World Microsoft SQL Server Performance on Datrium DVX

We have recently released a white paper on Microsoft SQL Server, and the purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the “real-world” performance of a virtualized Microsoft SQL Server running on the Datrium platform; and I emphasize “real-world” because absolute performance more often than not, is not the only design consideration.   The Benchmark Setup For …

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Datrium 3.0 – All New Features! Mind-Boggling Performance!

I recently published couple blog posts with all features being made available with the latest Datrium DVX software release. This is an aggregation of those posts for easy reading.   Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) support Linux Bare-Metal (RHEL and CentOS) support Docker Persistent Volumes (Virtualized and Bare-Metal) Full Data Services for Containers Split Provisioning (128 …

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Cache – The Datrium DVX Worst Case is Someone Else’s Best Case

A couple of times I have been asked about caching performance with Datrium DVX. It’s intuitive for people without an understanding of the technology to think that DVX performance is contingent entirely on the host cache and if nodes go down the caches would have to be rewarmed, or a full cache integrity checks would …

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