Intense demands for network efficiency and lower operating costs are driving the phenomenal growth of virtualization. Yet, despite outstanding virtualization technologies, the ability to effectively share resources in virtual environments runs into three barriers:
A new product from Diskeeper Corporation, V-locity 2, optimizes the virtual platform using the new InvisiTasking technology that operates invisibly and without system resource conflicts. Then utilizing IntelliWrite technology, V-locity 2.0 also prevents most fragmentation from ever occurring. When fragmentation does happen, V-locity puts the fragmented files back together into one piece so that the files are more immediately accessible while also consolidating free space. In so doing, it minimizes unnecessary I/Os passed from the operating system to the disk subsystem, beating all previous standards for I/O performance and reliability.