07 May 2014

Now Available: VMware vSphere Performance Book

I am happy to announce that our new book, VMware vSphere Performance (ISBN: 9781118008195) is now available on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk in eBook format on Kindle as well as Paperback. The Paperback version should be in stock at Amazon.com by 12 May 2014.

This title was first announced in 2011 and due to a number of issues and difficulties, the book was delayed several times. However, due to the hard work and dedication of my co-authors, Matt Liebowitz, Christopher Kusek and the editorial team at John Wiley & Sons, Inc. we were able to finally bring the title to print.

 

As I mentioned in the dedications section of the book, I dedicate this title to Jonathon Fitch. Jonathon was one of the original authors who started this project with me back in 2011. Jonathon sadly lost his battle with cancer in April 2013.

I have decided that all royalties that is received by me as a result of this project will be donated to El-Shammah Home for Abandoned Babies and Place of Safety, a non-profit organisation in Primrose, Germiston, South Africa.

  Purchasing Options:

Country / Region Edition Link
United States / International Paperback
United States / International Kindle
United Kingdom / Europe Paperback
United Kingdom / Europe Kindle

 

From the back cover:

ENHANCE VMWARE PERFORMANCE TO KEEP DATA CENTERS RUNNING SMOOTHLY

VMware vSphere is the most widely used virtualization technology in the world and offers robust mechanisms for performance tuning. This Sybex guide provides a comprehensive overview of the interaction of the vSphere platform with computing, storage, and networking functions and provides guidance that helps you get the best possible performance for mission-critical virtualized environments.

  • Read about performance design considerations for virtualized platforms
  • Apply best-practice troubleshooting methods for VMware vSphere
  • Build a comprehensive virtualization toolbox to increase performance
  • Create a test lab for performance modifications and experimentation
  • Benchmark and monitor performance in production environments
  • Understand the interaction of vSphere with CPU, memory, storage, and network
  • Virtualize performance-intensive applications and workloads

 

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