Load Testing Results Might Not Be What You Think

Bottlenecks in your testing tools, infrastructure, or methodology might just hurt your load test results, and the results can skew your metrics. For example… A few weeks ago we were running an iperf load test to see what improvements (if any) could be made to...

Network throughput testing with iperf3

Have you ever wondered if that black box in your datacenter called the network is performing as well as it should be? Do you have random periods of time where normally fast data movement processes seem to take forever, but the diagnostics on your servers all seem...

Smart Moves with SQL Server VMs – VM Proximity

Today I am starting a new series of short posts designed to help SQL Server administrators with virtualized SQL Servers twist the mind a bit and think about virtualization in a different light. I call it “Smart Moves with SQL Server VMs”. Virtualization...

Testing network throughput with iperf

Have you ever wondered if that black box in your datacenter called the network is performing as well as it should be? Do you have random periods of time where normally fast processes seem to take forever, but the diagnostics on your servers all seem fine? What about...

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