I made the VXLAN submit to my Juniper whims. I hope this is helpful to others doing a quick and dirty deployment like I was working on.
Does it perform within the parameters set (see below)? Can I measure objectively? What changed parameters caused differences in expected output? Are all features included or must I make a compromise? Is it easy to manage? Can I expect someone else to manage this? Does it fit with my long-term goals? Can it scale with my needs? Is there anybody out there?
So here I am in my office at ipHouse finishing up the last runs of benchmarking reviewing my posts I have already done for Tegile’s Zebi and Tintri T540 appliances. I still need to finish one for Nexsan but won’t have time until later this weekend to complete it.
As I am getting closer to posting the actual results I wanted to share the storage and testing configurations now instead of including all of this in the results posting.
Final stages of storage evaluation for our VMware vSphere network.
The buildup of our new sandbox for internal learning has run for a week and already we are running out of resources. Five old Dell PE1430 with 2 4-core processors but they max out at 8 GiB of RAM. That’s 40 GiB total for 7-8 people. This is a little tight. Digging through dead server storage(tm) I have found a […]