VMware vSphere Performance: Designing CPU, Memory, Storage, and Networking for Performance-Intensive Workloads

  • 5h 34m
  • Christopher Kusek, Matt Liebowitz, Rynardt Spies
  • Sybex
  • 2014

Covering the latest VMware vSphere software, an essential book aimed at solving vSphere performance problems before they happen

VMware vSphere is the industry's most widely deployed virtualization solution. However, if you improperly deploy vSphere, performance problems occur. Aimed at VMware administrators and engineers and written by a team of VMware experts, this resource provides guidance on common CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problems. Plus, step-by-step instructions walk you through techniques for solving problems and shed light on possible causes behind the problems.

  • Divulges troubleshooting methodologies, performance monitoring tools, and techniques and tools for isolating performance problems
  • Details the necessary steps for handling CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problems
  • Offers understanding on the interactions between VMware vSphere and CPU, memory, storage, and network

VMware vSphere Performance is the resource you need to diagnose and handle VMware vSphere performance problems, and avoid them in the future.

About the Authors

Matt Liebowitz is an Advisory Solution Architect with EMC Consulting focusing on virtualizing mission-critical business applications.

Christopher Kusek is a technology visionary, VMware expert, and Internet personality.

Rynardt Spies is a Private Cloud Virtualization and Automation Consultant with one of the largest IT service providers in Europe.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Performance Design
  • Building Your Toolbox
  • The Test Lab
  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Network
  • Storage