White Paper: Tintri
Redefine the Quality of Service (QoS) with storage industry’s first and only technology that guarantees VM-level performance and eliminate contention between virtualized applications.
This white paper talks about using Tintri’s per-VMQoS solution to deliver performance Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and contain ‘noisy neighbors’ in a virtualized data center.
Through this white paper on “Quality of Service (QoS) With Tintri VM-Aware Storage,” readers will:
Discover how to use per VM-Aware Storage Quality of Service to configure and manage different tiers of services based on their customers’ service tiers, performance requirements, and budget
See examples of how to apply Quality of Service policies to manage mix workloads for different customers, with different service level requirements
OEMs traditionally used DSP-based hardware, plugged into a PC, for motion control. But new software-based solutions have challenged this approach, claiming equal or better performance at lower cost. How does soft motion really compare to hardware? In this whitepaper, we break it down component-by-component for a down-to-the-dollar cost and performance comparison. Topics covered include: Challenges with the traditional hardware approach How soft motion solves those challenges Performance comparison: calculations, axis control, adding axes and machine vision Cost comparison cost and length, ability to scale, necessary hardware Cost-per-item breakdown showing that soft motion costs 44% less than hardware Learn how software-based motion control actually compares to hardware with real-life scenarios and real-dollar cost comparisons. If you’re considering soft motion, start here.
For CIOs and CEOs, cloud computing security is still a hot topic for discussion. The debate continues as to whether a public, private or hybrid cloud approach is best. While there are complex factors that can inform a decision between public or private cloud, security is the biggest. Choosing public vs private cloud services can be challenging, it is important to analyze the differences between applications virtualized in a private cloud and those in a public cloud. This white paper compares public and private clouds in contrast to the basic elements, features and benefits that both delivers. This White Paper highlights: How Public and Private Cloud deployment models differs? Cloud Computing Security — Hosted or Local Applications? The trends in Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud: Which is right for you? An Overview on Security with Private Cloud Computing Implementing Private Cloud Computing with minimal effort and seamless end user experience