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DiskSavvy is a disk space usage analyzer capable of analyzing disks, network shares, NAS devices and enterprise storage systems.
Users are provided with multiple disk usage analysis and file classification capabilities allowing one to gain an in-depth visibility into how the disk space is used, save reports and perform file management operations.
DiskSavvy is a powerful disk space usage analyzer allowing one to analyze disks, network shares, NAS storage devices and enterprise storage systems. The user is provided with the ability to analyze one or more disks, directories or network shares, detect directories and files using significant amounts of the disk space, generate various types of pie charts, save disk space usage reports and perform disk space usage history trend analysis operations.
DiskSavvy Disk Space Analyzer
In addition, DiskSavvy provides built-in file classification capabilities allowing one to classify and categorize files using a number of file classification plug-ins capable of recognizing more than 3,000 types of files and showing disk space usage per file type, category, file extension, user name, creation, last modification and last access , etc. Users are provided with the ability to perform different types of file management operations on disk space analysis results, specific types of files or file categories.
Disk Space Analysis Pie Charts
DiskSavvy allows one to save disk space analysis results to a number of standard formats including HTML, PDF, Excel, XML, CSV, text and the native DiskSavvy report format. In addition, IT and storage administrators are provided with the ability to export disk space analysis results from multiple servers and/or NAS storage devices to a centralized SQL database and then perform advanced disk space usage history trend analysis operations and display disk space usage per server and disk space usage per user.
Analyzing Network Servers and NAS Storage Devices
DiskSavvy allows one to scan the network, discover network servers and NAS storage devices, automatically detect all accessible network shares and analyze disk space usage in hundreds of network servers and NAS storage devices. In addition, the user is provided with the ability to export the list of detected servers and NAS storage devices (including lists of network shares for each server) into HTML, PDF, text and CSV reports.
Analyzing Network Servers
In order to analyze one or more servers or NAS storage devices, press the 'Network' button located on the main toolbar and wait while DiskSavvy will scan the network and show a list of detected network servers and NAS storage devices. On the network servers and NAS storage devices dialog, select the required servers and press the 'Analyze' button.
Analyzing Network Shares
DiskSavvy will show all network shares hosted on the selected servers and NAS storage devices allowing one to analyze disk space usage and save various type of disk space analysis charts and reports. In addition, DiskSavvy provides a large number of advanced disk space analysis options allowing one to tune and customize disk space analysis operations for user specific needs and hardware configurations.
In addition to the DiskSavvy desktop GUI application, IT administrators are provided with a command line utility allowing one to perform disk space analysis operations, save disk space usage reports and export disk space analysis results to an SQL database. The DiskSavvy command line utility may be used to automate disk space analysis operations and integrate disk space analysis capabilities into user-custom batch files and shell scripts.
DiskSavvy Disk Space Analysis Server
Finally, enterprise customers are provided with DiskSavvy Server, a server-based product version, which runs in the background as a service and allows one to analyze a number of servers or NAS storage devices simultaneously, schedule periodic disk space analysis operations, submit disk space analysis reports from multiple servers to a centralized SQL database, perform advanced disk space usage history trend analysis operations, analyze disk space usage per server, analyze disk space usage per user and execute conditional, rule-based disk space analysis actions.