This real-world case study, run on an IBM Flash 840, is analogous to noisy neighbors in a real-world neighborhood in which a few bad neighbors can disrupt the harmony of the entire neighborhood. In this case, just a few bad LUNs had a profound effect on the I/O experience of the SVC environment.

In this short video, we want to show how some extremely busy volumes created problems for an entire SVC/Spectrum Virtualize cluster, and how we were able to identify the volumes easily by using IntelliMagic Vision.

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