Avoid VDI and Scalability Problems on Cisco HyperFlex
Performance is one of the most important aspects of a good VDI solution. But do you know the maximum user capacity of your Cisco HyperFlex infrastructure? Are you able to predict the impact of updates in advance? And do you know what happens when everybody logs in at the same time?
A poorly built and maintained VDI environment will increase the risk of performance problems among all users. Can you imagine the impact of user slowdowns or even total failures on your business continuity? To avoid performance and scalability problems with the infrastructure of HyperFlex, you will need to test. Login VSI is a software tool that allows you to test and measure the performance in a quick and easy way. By simulating realistic user workloads, you can test solutions of HyperFlex or any other VDI infrastructure.
Login VSI avoids problems on the infrastructure of HyperFlex in many ways:
- Optimize capacity by right-sizing your infrastructure.
- Test the impact of changes on your VDI performance.
- Know your maximum user capacity by load testing.
- Benchmark different solutions and make the right decisions.
Want to learn more?
Are you looking for VDI sizing guidance and reference information about HyperFlex? Or do you want to learn how to avoid VDI performance and scaling issues on HyperFlex? Have a look at the content below.
Take a look at the white paper of Cisco to see how they use Login VSI to benchmark performance and validate their reference architecture.
Whitepaper 'Avoid VDI Performance Problems'
Take a look at our whitepaper to understand
- How performance affects your virtual desktop users.
- How testing can help avoid performance and scalability problems.
- How testing can optimize spend.
- The difference between traditional test suites and Login VSI.