“3 V-locity virtual platform addresses deficiencies by I/O bottlenecks, slow virtual memory, slow migration, resource conflicts, waste of memory space and slow backup speeds that gave Diskeeper Corporation on the VMworld gain” (Las Vegas) the publication of the new V-locity 3 virtual platform disk optimizer for VMware known. V-locity 3 offers invisible background optimization to deliver maximum I/O performance on virtual servers. V-locity 3 allows now complete integration with VMware ESXi as well as existing support for other platforms such as ESX and Microsoft Hyper-V. Further developments include the V-aware technology for the detection of external resource use by other virtual machines on the virtual platform and resolution of resource conflicts, which would otherwise exist on the same host server. The new CogniSAN technology detects the external resource usage within a common system of storage such as SAN and enables a transparent optimisation by at any time to Competing resources, are claimed by other virtual stores in the same storage infrastructure. CogniSAN accomplished this without any disruption of operations at the SAN layer.
And finally, there is the new automatic space recovery, a powerful engine that eliminates out unused data blocks/data blocks on virtual hard disks and facilitates the virtual disk compaction. The biggest advantages are space acquisition and I/O improvement in my opinion. And if the defragmentation process was necessary, this has been optimized for the virtual environment. We would seek, V-locity on all new virtual hosts and virtual store to install.”- Tom Berchenbriter, IT Director, family environmental is a major concern for virtual guest operating system in a virtualized environment in the potential resource conflict that arises, because each virtual guest operates independently of the others. “When it comes to storage reduces the 3 V-locity virtual platform disk optimizer a excessive use.”-Bill Moller, RainWorx V-locity 3 acts like a virtual doctor, which addresses many of the chronic diseases suffered by server: I/O bottlenecks, slow virtual memory, slow migration, resource conflicts, waste of space, slow backup speeds, and more. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from altavista. .