Turbocharge your VMware

Let us tell you about an amazing secret.

What if we told you that you could improve VMware performance to All Flash Array levels of performance, increase density of your VM's and do this for minimal outlay?

Like most people, you would say "What's the catch?".

The reality is, this is all achievable with an amazing tool called VirtuCache.

With VirtuCache you can:

  1. Accelerate applications
  2. Increase VDI performance
  3. Increase VM Density
  4. Boost Test/Dev performance
  5. Perform BI and data analytics tasks much faster
  6. Ramp up SQL and Oracle performance

How it is able to do all of this?

It is simple, VirtuCache accelerates both reads and writes with local SSD in your VMware cluster. This brings performance closer to your CPU and takes intensive loads off your SAN, it is a win-win.

How much? $2000/host/year + SSD/NVMe storage.

Want to try it risk free for 30 days? Complete the form and we will arrange a trial.

Why install an expensive all flash array or new servers when you can get better performance for a fraction of the price. This is the simplest way to increase speed without fine tuning.

Need more convincing? Look at the success stories

Success Stories

 

What is the easiest way to test VirtuCache?

Using existing Server RAM is the fastest way to put Virtucache to the test. Request a copy of VirtuCache, install it and use existing RAM to see the gains for yourself. You will be able to monitor the improvements straight away.

Will I need to reboot?

No. You can trial with caching local excess RAM to identify performance and add SSD's when comfortable.

How many SSD/NVMe do I need per host?

One per host. If you need more capacity, you can RAID together multiple SSD's.

Why do I need two SSD/NMVe?

Resilience and redundancy is everything when dealing with your data. During a WRITE, to ensure data is not lost, we deliver resilience and redundancy by having a second SSD/NVMe in a second host in the VMware cluster. Data is synchronously written to both SSD/NVMe as this avoids data loss in the event of a server or SSD/NVMe device failing. In the background, data is then written to your SAN storage appliance or the VirtuStor appliance..

How much SSD/NVMe cache is required?

The aim is to have your active data in the host. Moving the hot data from your SAN into the host boosts performance. The typical ratio is 5% to 20% of data is active. The more cache, the better the gains.