• Selecting CPU, processors and memory for virtualized environments

    There are several aspects to choosing CPU and memory for your virtual environment. In the selection process, processor speed, the number of cores needed and the type of DIMMs you use are all critical considerations. An expert outlines what you should look for.

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  • CPU features you need for virtualization

    Picking hardware with the right CPU features can improve server virtualization potential and boost critical VM performance.

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  • GPU vs. CPU: Three ways to run graphics-heavy apps on virtual desktops

    It's a pain trying to accommodate graphics-intensive applications on a virtual desktop, but don't despair. There are ways to deliver these apps fast.

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  • Using TCP stack, segmentation, receive side scaling or checksum offload

    Smart network adapters offload RSS, checksum and other tasks from the server's CPU and noticeably improve performance if you choose features wisely.

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  • How do I increase cache memory?

    Increasing cache memory in your environment might help allocate CPU processes, but it doesn't necessarily result in better performance.

    JToigo765 pointsBadges:
  • What is the relationship between cache technology, CPU and RAM?

    As flash memory caching is on its way in because of its cost and non-volatile nature, RAM may be on its way out the door, says analyst Jon Toigo.

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  • Improving mainframe performance with runtime and compiler optimization

    Reducing mainframe CPU usage should be a priority. Learn how to tune IBM LE options for better performance without source code changes.

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  • The impact of SSD technology on the network and CPU

    SSD technology can have a noticeable effect on the network and CPU utilization. Learn how increased traffic loads can change the bottlenecks in your environment.

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  • What is a CPU-based SDN switch? Infoblox’s Stu Bailey explains

    InfoBlox's Stu Bailey talks about the differences between the CPU-based LINCX SDN switch and ASIC-based switches, and how users can get involved with the development of LINCX.

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  • Memory leaks: Determine an application’s CPU consumption

    The same symptoms for a memory leak can be caused by a poorly written application that consumes an excessive amount of CPU time. Here's how to determine how much CPU time an individual application is using.

    Brien Posey9,500 pointsBadges:

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