Aprius solutions maximize application performance and minimize infrastructure costs in a data center by addressing network and storage I/O bottlenecks. The company offers a simple approach to provisioning and managing I/O resources by applying the principles of virtualization to server I/O including disk and flash storage, network and SAN interfaces. For additional information, please contact us at [email protected] or visit www.aprius.com.
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Server virtualization has led to the creation of other virtual resource types, including:
I/O Virtualization (IOV)
The logical abstraction of server I/O (including network and SAN connections, direct-attached storage, coprocessor offload, video graphics, etc.) into many virtual resources, allowing for the balanced matching of I/O to physical and virtual servers.
Maintain the Option of Choice
Be Ready to Scale
Make IOV an Extension of your Existing Infrastructure
Implement a New Data Center Mantra
1. virtual resource types, including:Maintain the Option of Choice
2 virtual resource types, including:. Be Ready to Scale
3 virtual resource types, including:. Make IOV an Extension of your Existing Infrastructure
I/O Resource Pool