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Troubleshooting the top five most common things that go wrong when connecting IBM Storage to IBM Power System


Abstract: This paper discusses the top 5 most common things that go wrong by either configuration design or avoidance of best practices when connecting to IBM Power Systems. Troubleshooting sub-optimal storage and host configurations are also explored.


This session highlights the top 5 most common things that go wrong by configuration design and best practices for troubleshooting sub-optimal configuration that result in IBM storage performance issues when connected to IBM Power Systems. Get an overview of more optimal IBM Storage configuration designs that will result in better IO throughput and performance. , along with storage layout and design. We provide guidance to help you make good decisions about storage tiering. Learn concepts and best practices for implementing IBM Storage (Flash Systems 900, XIV, D88000, V7000, SVC Enhanced Stretch Cluster) when connected to IBM Power Systems.
BP Perf and Troubleshooting -ATL TechU-v8.pptBP Perf and Troubleshooting -ATL TechU-v8.ppt


 

 



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