STRATEC_Thorste
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Metering Performance of VCloud and VCloud-Machines

Dear Community Users

many of our users send me issues about performance of VCloud and the machines hosted by VCloud.

From my perspective there are no performance issues seen in VCloud.

Is there a tool or a piece of code which generates me some counters to see whats on in VCloud ?

Thanks for youre help

Regards

Thorsten

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Anjani_Kumar
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You can use vRealize operation manager Paid or VMTurbo(Trial) to have an look what is going on vcloud . These both tools are quite easy and give a quite nice view for you vcloud deployment.

Please consider marking this answer "correct" or "helpful" if you found it useful. Anjani Kumar | VMware vExpert 2014-2015-2016 | Infrastructure Specialist Twitter : @anjaniyadav85 Website : http://www.Vmwareminds.com
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IamTHEvilONE
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I also have to say that performance is a relative term.  Have you clearly defined what is "slow" or what the performance problem is?

Is it just the VMRC vs RDP vs WebMKS (if applicable), or the console pauses?  Is it computational performance, but they have a very low CPU/Memory guarantee at the Org vDC level?

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STRATEC_Thorste
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My user complain that using machines are slow.

so we speak about I/O on storage, i think.

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Sreec
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Hi,

     It is too early to comment we have a Storage Latency in this case.We need to probe the end-user little more to understand what kind of slowness they are expecting.Below mentioned are few eg:

1.Services/Applications running in guest virtual machines response is slow.

2.Guest operating system boots slowly.

3.Applications running in virtual machines take a long time to launch.

4.Application time outs while accessing over xxxxxxx network.

5.Is it specific to any applications.

6.Is performance issue happening during any specific time period.

The more you probe the more you will get ... Smiley Happy and later we can pick a tool or any performance matrix to know the root cause.

CPU constraints/Memory over commitment/Storage&Network Latency all are possible factors,however until we have some precise information on Performance issue it would be like hitting in a dark Smiley Happy

Cheers,
Sree | VCIX-4X| VCAP-4X| VExpert 5x
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