Seattle VMware User Group (January 30th 2014)

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I can’t think of a better way to kick of 2014 than attending the first Seattle VMware User Group meeting of the year! Please join us at noon on Thursday January 30th at the Seattle Museum of Flight. Click HERE to register!

Agenda

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Sponsors

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Hope to see you there!

-Jason

Comments

  1. I Rode your VCAP5-DCA Study guide. i have doubt on the following calculation

    Please clarify it

    How To calculate the disk on below

    Here’s an example:
     Formula: (total required IOPs * read%) + (total required IOPs * write% * RAID
    penalty) = total IOPs required
     400 IOPs required
     35% read
     65% write
     RAID1 = (400 * 0.35) + (400 * 0.65 * 2) = 660 IOPs
     15K disks required = 4
     10K disks required = 5
     7.2 disks required = 9

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