VMware has published a paper titled:”VMware vCloud Director 5.1 Performance and Best Practices“. The paper which contains 28 pages addresses a couple of areas regarding vCloud Director 5.1 Performance like performance characterizations including latency breakdown, latency trends, resource consumptions, sizing guidelines and hardware requirements, and performance tuning tips
vCloud Director in combination with vSphere pools virtual infrastructure resources and delivers those resources as catalog-based services.
The paper contains the following sections:
- Throughput Improvements for Frequent Operations
- Inventory Sync
- Elastic Virtual Datacenter
- Independent Disk
- vCloud Director Networking
- Sizing for Number of Cell Instances
- Configuration Limits
Thanks to Eric Sloof for providing the news.
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