Sometimes the performance of physical servers, PCs and laptops slows to a crawl. No matter what you do, it takes half an eternity to open some files. It’s tied into the architecture of the Windows operating system. The OS becomes progressively slower the longer it is used and the more it is burdened with added software and large volumes of data.
In the old days, the solution was easy – defragment the hard drive. However, many production servers can’t be taken offline to defragment, and many laptops only have solid state drives (SSDs) that don’t submit to defragmentation. So is there any hope?
Condusiv has solved these dilemmas in the soon to be released version of Diskeeper®. With over 100 million licenses sold, Diskeeper has been the undisputed leader for decades when it comes to keeping Windows systems fragment free and performing well. And with Diskeeper 16 coming out soon, feedback from Beta testers is that it goes way beyond a mere incremental release with a few added frills, bells and whistles. Instead, the consensus among them is that it is a “next generation” release that goes well beyond just keeping Windows systems running like new but actually boosts performance faster than new.
How is this being achieved? The company had been perfecting two technologies within its portfolio and is now bringing them together – fragmentation prevention and DRAM caching.
On the one side, the idea is that you prevent fragmentation before data is written to a production server. This is a lifesaver for IT administrators who need to immediately boost the performance of critical applications like MS-SQL running on physical servers. Diskeeper keeps systems running optimally with its patented fragmentation prevention engine that ensures large, clean, contiguous writes from Windows, eliminating the small, tiny writes that rob performance with “death by a thousand cuts” by inflating IOPS and stealing throughput.
But that’s only the half of it. A little known fact about Condusiv is that it is also a world leader in caching. In addition to their incredible work on Diskeeper, the Condusiv development team has evolved a unique DRAM caching approach that has been implemented via OEM partners for several years. So popular has this technology become that the company has sold over 5 million caching licenses that have been tied to ultrabooks but now is being made available commercially.
Soon to be released Diskeeper 16’s DRAM caching electrifies performance:
· Benchmark tests show MS-SQL workload performance boosts of up to 6X
· An average of 40% latency reduction across hundreds of servers
· No hint of memory contention or resource starvation
· Fleets of laptops suddenly running like a dream
· PCMark MS Office productivity tests show an increase of 73% on Windows 10 machines
· Huge leaps in SSD write speed and extended SSD lifespan
· Solves even the worst performing physical servers or Windows PCs backed by a money-back guarantee.
Could it be, then, that there really is hope to get PCs and physicals servers to be running faster than new?
You’ll have to wait until Diskeeper 16 is unveiled to hear the full story.