Mythbusting Browser GPU usage on XenApp
GPUPerf 2.0 – Realtime GPU and remote protocol counters
From GPU to vGPU – How to select the correct vGPU profiles
How Nvidia vGPU is sharing compute power and how to monitor and manage it. (updated)

How Nvidia vGPU is sharing compute power and how to monitor and manage it. (updated)

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UPDATE 2. SEPTEMBER 2014! I’ve received updated information about this topic from NVidia and Citrix, so this is a completely rewritten blogpost. With Nvidia and Citrix Xenserver vGPU, a GPU Continue Reading →

How I increased IOPS 200 times with XenServer and PVS

UPDATED INFO HERE: http://virtexperience.com/2014/03/10/an-update-about-my-experience-with-pvs/ In my previous blogpost I’m describing how the PVS 7.1 new Cache to Ram with overflow to disk does not give you any more IOPS than cache Continue Reading →

PVS 7.1 RAM Cache with overflow to disk

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UPDATED INFO HERE: http://virtexperience.com/2014/03/10/an-update-about-my-experience-with-pvs/ I was really excited when I discovered that Citrix Provisioning services 7.1 has an option to store cache in device RAM with overflow to local disk. Previously Continue Reading →