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Intepreting Performance Statistics in VI3

Created on: Sep 18, 2008 12:00 AM by VMworld Team - Last Modified:  Jul 24, 2009 3:44 PM by VMworld Team

Session Details

Session ID:

TA2375

Session Title:

Intepreting Performance Statistics in VI3

Session Abstract:

For applications that are underperforming in a physical environment, there are a variety of tools available to help diagnose and pinpoint issues, but what about in a virtual environment? Performance of an application in a virtual machine may depend on more than the application itself or the OS running that application. Instead, the entire virtual environment must be considered.
In this talk, we discuss a variety of tools that are available to help understand performance bottlenecks in virtual machines. We first discuss the various metrics that are collected in VI3, defining what they measure and how they are collected. We then move on to discuss how to use these metrics for performance debugging.

Track:

Session Type:

Technical Overview Session

Keywords:

Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor

Duration:

1 Hour

Speaker(s):

Ravi Soundararajan( VMware,Inc. )

Speaker 1:

Ravi Soundararajan is a member of technical staff in the Performance Group at VMware. He specializes in analyzing and improving VirtualCenter and API performance, and has previously worked on VMFS
performance and hardware-assist performance. He has presented numerous talks on understanding and using the performance counters in Virtual Infrastructure.



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