FreeBSD Infrastructure Audit Datasheet

FreeBSD Infrastructure Audit Datasheet

Maximize the efficiency of your FreeBSD Infrastructure with Our Audit

Resource Analysis

Are you making the best use of your hardware infrastructure? One of the items the teams will be looking into is whether resources are being wasted or underutilized. You will receive clear reports with areas in your FreeBSD infrastructure that are under or over-utilized and can benefit from a more efficient resource allocation.

Identify Performance Issues

If your FreeBSD environment is not operating optimally, our team can deploy a battery of industry-standard tests in order to have a better understanding of what’s underperforming and why. We call this a Comprehensive Audit, where we look at how everything in your system works, what the correct parameters should be, and how to solve it.

Reduced Downtime

Underperforming and unstable environments often need numerous interactions and sometimes end up with unplanned downtimes. Downtimes lead to negative business impact, unhappy customers and general complaints about the system. When working with the Klara team, you get a clear list of improvements that is meant to work proactively – meaning that it solves for the current issues and reduces the number of interactions with the system to reduce or even eliminate the need of unwanted downtime.

Best Practice Implementation

The needs of every FreeBSD infrastructure and environment are different. General best practices are great in theory, but they are often not personalized to the needs of your organization and your infrastructure. Our team looks at your wants and needs, your workload demands, your application requirements, and proposes a series of best practices that are carefully tailored to that set of requirements.

Getting Started 

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10 Ways a FreeBSD Performance Audit Helps Your Infrastructure

A performance audit of your FreeBSD infrastructure can provide valuable insights into the health and efficiency of your system. By identifying areas of improvement, a Klara FreeBSD Performance Audit can help you optimize your system and improve overall performance. Here are 10 ways a FreeBSD performance audit can help your infrastructure:

  1. Unoptimized system configurations: The system may not be configured for optimal performance, resulting in slow response times or poor performance.
  2. Lack of system monitoring: Without proper monitoring, it can be difficult to identify and troubleshoot performance issues.
  3. Insufficient resources: The system may be struggling with insufficient resources, such as CPU, RAM, network throughput, storage IOPS, or disk space.
  4. Over-provisioning of resources: On the other hand, the system may be over-allocated resources, leading to wasted resources and money.
  5. Outdated software: The system may be running outdated software versions that are no longer supported, resulting in vulnerabilities, known bugs, or poor performance.
  6. Inefficient usage of storage: The storage may be configured in an inefficient way, leading to higher latency, or poor performance of the filesystem.
  7. Inadequate backup and recovery systems: The system may not have a suitable backup and recovery system in place, making it vulnerable to data loss or system failure.
  8. Insufficient security measures: The system may not have sufficient security measures in place, making it vulnerable to attacks or breaches.
  9. Inadequate network settings: The network settings may be configured in a way that is causing poor performance or bottlenecks.
  10. Issues with hardware components: There may be issues with hardware components such as disk drives, memory or processors that can affect the performance of the system.

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