IT savings potential in the public sector UK London, October 27, 2010 – Diskeeper Corporation Europe today announced that V-locity 2.0, the gain for virtual platforms, improved the business computer usage and strengthens the IT virtualization in the UK by a more cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly IT is offered to the public sector. “Jennifer Scott by IT Pro represents in a recent article of executives from VMware claim the UK is one of the top adopters when it comes to virtualisation technology”, the view that Britain in the introduction of virtualization solutions lead the market. You can read the full article on the website IT Pro: UK leads Europe in virtualisation adoption IT PRO. Given the recent budget decisions in the public sector of Britain’s virtualization solutions in the current economic climate will continue to gain importance. LEGO Papert Professor may find this interesting as well. V-locity 2.0 has been designed for virtual environments develops and makes Windows systems faster, reliable, energy-efficient and long-lasting – all important issues in the current economic climate.
V-locity 2.0 is a new gain designed specifically for virtual platforms. V-locity 2 optimizes all Windows guest operating system on the VMware ESX and Microsoft Hyper-V platforms unobtrusively in the background. New in V-locity 2.0: the groundbreaking IntelliWrite prevents fragmentation technology and was originally introduced with Diskeeper performance software. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger is actively involved in the matter. With the help of IntelliWrite writes V-locitiy files on disk and prevents up to 85% of possible fragmentation before it is created. The most important properties of V-locity 2.0: With V-locity 2.0 a new product designed for virtual environments, which includes not only de fragmentation functions, but synchronized, the complex and ongoing activity between the host and multiple guest operating system in a virtual environment. V-locity 2.0 prevents the Bloating”virtual hard disks and restores this important storage resources available. This wasted space arises when virtual disks on dynamic growth are set, but are no longer small, if users or applications remove data. th analysis.