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Improving VDI Performance at Fairbanks Sewer and Water

Fairbanks Sewer and Water is a Utilities company in Alaska. FSW’s IT department had deployed over a hundred desktop and server VMs. Their end users of virtual desktops were complaining about long application load times, long boot times, cursor freezes, and general slowness in their VDI VMs, all classic symptoms…

Reducing Build Times for ServiceNow’s Dev/Ops

ServiceNow’s Itapp Dev/Ops team wanted to improve build times for their dev/test infrastructure. They knew that storage latencies needed to be reduced considerably to achieve this goal. They ideally wanted to improve storage performance without upgrading their storage appliance or network. To achieve this end, Virtucache was installed on each…

Virtunet Powers Storage in The Ark

The Ark Encounter, in Williamstown, Kentucky, features a full-size Noah’s Ark built according to the dimensions of the Bible. Answers in Genesis (AiG) is the Christian ministry responsible for The Ark Encounter. AiG’s IT department had a few ESXi hosts connected to their HP Store VSA. As a result of…

Reducing Latencies in vGPU Assisted VDI at Nippon Steel

vGPU is new functionality in VMware vSphere 6.0 where a physical GPU within a ESXi host can be shared across multiple VMs. vGPUs help virtualize physical GPU workstations that are used for mapping, mathematical modeling, CAD, CAM, and gaming applications. These GPU reliant applications are storage IO intensive, since GPUs…

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