VMware Releases VMark 2.1

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VMware has released VMark version 2.1. VMmark is a free tool that hardware vendors, virtualization software vendors and other organizations use to measure the performance and scalability of applications running in virtualized environments. Some of the changes include:

  • Uniform scaling of infrastructure operations as tile and cluster sizes increase. Previously, the dynamic storage relocation infrastructure workload was held at a single thread.
  • Allowance for multiple Deploy templates as tile and cluster sizes increase.
  • Addition of conditional support for clients running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition 64-bit.
  • Addition of support for virtual clients, provided all hardware and software requirements are met.
  • Improved host-side reporter functionality.
  • Improved environment time synchronization.
  • Updates to several VMmark 2.0 tools to improve ease of setup and running.
  • Miscellaneous improvements to configuration checking, error reporting, debug output, and user-specified options.

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