“All About Storage”
Waltham MA 6:00-9:00pm
Monthly Meeting of the Virtualization Group – Boston (www.virtg.com)
Tuesday September 8, 2009
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Microsoft Office – Waltham
201 Jones Road, Waltham MA
Sixth Floor: Room MPR-B
Join us for en evening of Pizza and Tech Talk as we explore an important part of virtualization — where we put out stuff. It’s storage night in the big room! We have two great presentations on tap looking at two different aspects of storage and the impacts they have in our brave new virtualized world.
Networking, News, Introductions, Pizza
The Impact of Logical and Physical Fragmentation in a Virtual Environment by Bob Nolan of PerfectDisk (Raxco)
Abstract: Fragmentation is a normal byproduct of the Windows file system, but there is a great deal of misunderstanding with respect to what it really is and its impact. This presentation debunks the myths, describes the differences between logical and physical fragmentation, and explains the impact both have on real and virtual system performance. We examine the implications of fragmentation in a virtual environment where there is competition for finite resources between guests, and between the guests and the host. The presentation addresses issues with both ESX and Hyper-V virtualization platforms and offers solutions to minimizing the potential for conflicts and maximizing virtual I/O throughput.
Presentation by Bob Boule of StarWind Software
Raffle and Prizes
Cleanup Immediately after
Registration not required, but is strongly recommended to let us know how much food we need to purchase.
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