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As an increasing number of workloads get virtualized and moved to cloud environments, application performance becomes a perennial concern. As a result, performance monitoring, virtual workload optimization and capacity planning move front and center as critical data center tasks. In this chapter on performance monitoring, we explore how IT managers can evaluate their workloads for spikes and dips in performance, plan for future performance needs, and make adjustments that have little to no impact on users.  Access >>>

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