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Eliminating Application SDS Performance and Capacity Management Contortionism

White Paper: FalconStor

With a good reason, Software-Defined Storage (SDS) has exploded into the storage market. SDS enables server-side storage (HDDs, SSDs, and storage systems) to be shared with multiple hosts and virtual machines. Application storage performance management is far too frequently a non-trivial operation.

This whitepaper provides insights on ways to eliminate application SDS performance and capacity management contortionism.

Key takeaways from this whitepaper:

  • Difficulty Figuring Out Actionable Insight and Information

  • Prognostic Application Performance Management with Simplified Troubleshooting

  • Capacity Consumption, Capacity Consumption Projection, and Capacity Planning Management

  • Infuriating application storage performance and capacity consumption problems

Eliminating Application SDS Performance and Capacity Management Contortionism
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