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Where can I find IO tools for for my network?

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Hi Everyone,
Alright, so I've been asked to configure some vm's along with business critical data on the same san. Aside from my moral ethical security red flags I want to be able to provide some complete proof to this client as to why this is a bad idea. My hope is that I can find some good IO tools to help show that purchasing a new san will be a much better solution. So if anyone has done this or knows of some good tools please let me know.
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I concur with the previous post iometer is the tool that we've used and it was recommended when I took the VCP training.
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