Enlarge VMware VMs density just by ditching iSCSI in favor of iSER

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    Sometimes, small changes in your IT environment may turn out to be fruitful for your production. For instance, a proper network protocol allows you to squeeze extra CPU for your production VMware VMs so that you can run more of them. Under a “proper protocol” we mean here iSER, the protocol that allows offloading I/O to RDMA hardware and may be viewed as an alternative to iSCSI.

    Learn from this video how to streamline CPU utilization with iSER.


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