Network Quality of Service (QoS) on Windows

The goal of Quality of Service (QoS) is to provide preferential treatment to certain subsets of data, enabling that data to traverse the traditionally best-effort Internet or intranet with higher quality transmission. By using QoS you can: Specify or request bandwidth requirements particular to their application, such as latency requirements for streaming audio. Give applications … Continue reading Network Quality of Service (QoS) on Windows

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How to avoid storage network overload with Storage QoS

Every systems administrator who manages I/O intensive workloads is acutely aware of the problems that happen when storage controllers become overloadedapplications come to a screeching halt. This is especially problematic for database administrators managing busy transactional workloads across multiple virtual machines. When storage devices come under load, you need to be able to utilize every … Continue reading How to avoid storage network overload with Storage QoS