Most IT architects are increasingly involved in determining optimal workload placement. Should workloads stay on premise? Move to a cloud hosting provider? Deploy in a public or private cloud? The top three criteria for deciding which workloads to deploy, where and at what time are – security, performance requirements and cost. Making workload placement and deployment decisions should always start with understanding workload requirements.
By providing full-lifecycle workload monitoring, analysis, modeling and generation solutions, we empower IT architects and engineers to accurately emulate real-world application workload performance in private and public cloud environments. Many of our customers are moving data from on premise to cloud service providers. Through their methodical consideration and weighing of factors related to cost, security, and availability, they use Virtual Instruments to determine the best storage tiers based on workload performance requirements. Public and private clouds are just types of tiers.
Virtual Instruments’ Load DynamiX Enterprise solution can help you fully characterize all of your workload profiles and simulate what-if and worst case scenarios by generating load against various cloud storage protocols. You will know the performance impact of deploying in the cloud before final deployment decisions are made – eliminating surprises and enabling you to fully understand the cost/performance trade-offs.
Virtual Instruments’ VirtualWisdom App-centric Infrastructure Performance Management solution can help you accurately benchmark your workload performance requirements before you migrate. And, if you are migrating to a private cloud instrumented with VirtualWisdom, you can ensure that your SLAs are being met, or help your provider understand where they need to make adjustments to deliver on what is promised
Save millions of dollars and mitigate performance risks by testing application workload performance as data is sent to the cloud.
Cloud Migration Use Cases
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