I/O Optimization leader amasses one of the largest virtualization
followings delivering CIOs and IT Pros 50% application performance
improvement without the cost of new or additional hardware
V-locity acceleration software allows IT organizations to go substantially faster in virtualized environments, improving application performance by 50% without the cost of new or additional hardware. V-locity VM includes Condusiv’s IntelliMemory™ and IntelliWrite® technologies to optimize reads and writes via dynamic server-side caching on available solid-state resources, and the prevention of split I/Os that occur when a file is typically broken into pieces before write, which also penalizes subsequent reads.
“We are extremely pleased to have surpassed our 1000th V-locity VM customer. Virtual environments, cloud services, mobile devices, and Big Data all contribute to the rise in digital information that organizations must manage. Data must be efficiently utilized to drive value for an organization's competitive advantage,” said
According to IDC, the I/O problem stems, in part, from the fact that while the number of virtual machine shipments is growing at an average of 25% annually, the number of physical servers shipped is growing at a modest 2–3%. As more workloads are put on virtual servers and heavier workloads are placed on physical servers, this can triple or quadruple the amount of random I/O generated from a single server, burdening the compute infrastructure. Increasingly, the storage controller and disk architectures cannot keep pace with this growing random I/O.
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