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Reducing latencies in vGPU assisted VDI

VirtuCache is installed in VMware vSphere kernel. It then automatically caches frequently and recently used data from any backend storage to any high speed media (RAM/SSD) in the VMware host. By bringing large amounts of 'hot' data closer to the VMware host GPU and CPU, VirtuCache improves the performance of all applications running within VMs including GPU assisted operations.

VMware’s vFlash Read Cache (VFRC) versus Virtunet’s Read+Write Caching

BREAKING NEWS, April 20, 2019 : VMware will discontinue VFRC starting in ESXi 7.0. 0 Despite the end-of-life announcement for VFRC, if you still want to review the differences between VFRC and VirtuCache, below are the three most important ones. We cache reads and writes, VMware's VFRC caches only reads. Caching writes improves the performance of not only writes, but also of reads, and even in a read dominated workload.1 We require no ongoing administration. Caching in our case is fully...