THE only way to maximum I/O performance on virtual servers has officially released for publication the Diskeeper Corporation V-locity 2.0, a disk optimizer for virtual hard disks. This relates to a new disk optimizer, which is designed for all Windows guest operating system running on VMware ESX and Microsoft Hyper-V platforms, to provide optimal invisible in the background. The implementation of IntelliWrite fragmentation prevention technology that was originally introduced with Diskeeper 2010 is new to V-locity 2.0. IntelliWrite technology, writes V-locity files on the hard disk, and prevents up to 85% of the fragmentation before it can occur. For more specific information, check out New York Museums. Diskeeper Corporation, which already is a partner of VMware and Microsoft because their performance software, with V-locity product specifically tailored to virtual platforms developed, that performs not only de fragmentation functions, but also the ongoing and complex activity synchronized between the host and different guest operating systems.
Once virtual platforms are slightly older, file fragmentation in Windows host and guest operating systems generated more disk o of i / (input / output) than are actually needed. The fragmentation generates more overhead for the operating and file system. While CPU, network, and storage resources to a greater density on the VM, the disk subsystem to a high can”be hurdle for virtualization. Disk subsystems clogged by fragmentation can make it impossible, to run even more VMs on a given hardware infrastructure, what gives rise to bottlenecks in the disk performance of VMs, which use a common storage subsystem”, Michael noticed matter, Diskeeper product manager. V-locity is designed to reduce the ‘virtual’ disk bottlenecks for VMs and a faster, more efficient computing platform to expose for new projects for the consolidation and Supply, without the need for more hardware.” The technology licensed from Diskeeper Corporation IntelliWrite writes unfragmented files. Copy-on-write solutions (as used E.g. snapshots) work with changes in data at the block level.