Today, I'll outline how you can use SolarWinds Integrated Virtual Infrastructure Monitor (IVIM) and SolarWinds Virtualization Manager (VMAN), Infinio Accelerator, and a little scripting, to build an automated latency remediation process. To fit all of this into a single post, I plan to focus on the required details and leave out fine tuning and exception handling. I'll also point you to a bare-bones script that you can adapt for your purposes.
Today we continue our series on VAIO. You can start with the prologue (Running vSphere 6? Why you should care about VAIO), the first two posts ("What is VAIO?", "Getting Started with Storage Policies") or just start here.
In my last post, I looked at how we install an I/O filter. I mentioned that installation alone is not sufficient to start using it, and that an association needs to be made between the filter and a VMDK.
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