Did you have to upgrade to expensive provisioned-I/O disks? Maybe you just need to set the kernel’s I/O scheduler. I/O Manager lets you easily control the I/O scheduler for all your cloud drives.

Matching the I/O scheduler to a drive’s workload is critical. The wrong scheduler can waste IOPS or time, forcing you to upgrade to more expensive drives. The wrong scheduler can also grind your workload to a halt under extreme loads, instead of allowing critical requests to continue through to the drive.

I/O Manager lets you set which I/O scheduler should be used for each drive. As VMs and drives come and go, and attach or detach, it will keep the preferred scheduler synchronized.

You can deploy I/O Manager directly to your AWS cloud environment. Just subscribe in the AWS Marketplace.