Virtualization Best Bractices: Prevention versus Reaction
Virtualization best practices: Why Root Cause Analysis Shouldn’t be Needed
You’ve inevitably heard the phrase “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” at some point in your life. There is a reason that this adage exists. We are often finding that when we let things get to a bad state, it becomes too difficult to bring it back to a good state. Another challenge is the battle to understand what a good state is because it is often an intangible, objective definition. This is the root of what we are doing at VMTurbo and may sometime not neatly fit into virtualization best practices.
Too little, too late: The Root Cause Analysis Conundrum
The heart of the demand-driven control platform at VMTurbo is the drive towards embracing control of the infrastructure based on the application demand, and the available supply of resources. All of this is done to assure application performance while utilizing the environment as efficiently as possible. This is what we call the desired state.
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