Diskeeper 2009 EnterpriseServer

Diskeeper 2009 EnterpriseServer 13.0

Powerful application to perform defragmentation tasks on servers
 
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Diskeeper 2009 EnterpriseServer is one of several editions available of this tool developed by Diskeeper Corporation. The other editions are: Home, Professional, Professional Premier, and Home Server.
Diskeeper EnterpriseServer is a defragmentation tool specifically designed to run on servers, which have many and large - sometimes huge - hard disks. But Diskeeper isn’t just another defragmentation tool but a very powerful one, including several exclusive technologies to make defragmentation faster, and more effective and efficient.
Titan Defrag Engine is a powerful engine designed for large disks starting at 100 GB disks and getting as high as up to 20 TB or larger disks. Diskeeper EnterpriseServer is also fully compatible with Windows server and Windows Clustering. These two extra features make of this edition of Diskeeper the most powerful of all.
Now, let’s explore some others features that are present as well in other editions of Diskeeper. TVE or Terabyte Volume Engine provides is specifically oriented to large disks around 1 TB, so is something like Titan Defrag Engine only for smaller disks. InvisiTasking is an automation module that you can program to take care of defrag tasks without the need of your intervention.
One key and distinctive feature of Diskeeper is I-FAAST (Intelligent File Access Acceleration Technology). Basically, this tool boosts the input/output speed of your disks by up to 80%, reorganizing files according to the specific pattern of the user.
A downside of Diskeeper in all versions – EnterpriseServer is not the exception – is the interface. Not that is not clear but is kind of overwhelming, with too much information.

Lionel Mira
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Review summary

Pros

  • It's been specifically designed to work in servers
  • Can manage disks of over 20 TB
  • Includes technologies as I-FAAST, and TVE
  • It's fully compatible with Windows Server

Cons

  • It's available in English only
  • The interface is kind of messy, with too much information
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