Optimize Virtual Machine performance for NFV load balancing

Posted by Zevenet | 19 December, 2017 | Technical

Usually, during an infrastructure design it’s required to study the requirements of the services and estimate the resources needed to avoid oversizing or undersizing the platform, but even we need to decide between hardware or virtual environments where the first one provides more performance and less latency, but the second one flexibility.

Every case should be studied. For that reason, we’ve created this article to help all users to decide better between physical or virtual environments, but also, how to improve performance in virtual platforms to be as closer as possible to the physical appliance for networking services.

Check it out in this link:
Optimize VM performance for NFV load balancing

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