Tap Room Meeting: Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces: Get Rid of I/O Blender
Anatoly Vilchinsky, Head of Support Department, StarWind Software Inc.
Published: February 2015
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Key points of the webinar
- What I/O Blender is and how it affects workload
- How Microsoft Clustered Storage Spaces together StarWind Virtual SAN eliminates I/O Blender effect
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