Vee Eye Software releases RAIDaid 1.8 for OS X

May 6, 2007 in Software (F)

[] Melbourne, Australia (May 6, 2007) - Vee Eye Software Pty Ltd today announced the release of RAIDaid 1.8 for MacOS X, an update to its popular RAID visualisation and analysis tool.

RAIDaid is a visual tool from Vee Eye Software Pty Ltd that helps you plan the optimum RAID configuration for your XServeRAID system.

It has an easy to use interface that allows you to view disk arrays in all popular RAID formats. You can now plan your RAID setup and configuration even if you don't have a RAID!

RAIDaid now allows you to create reports and customize them for your clients, making RAIDaid an ideal tool for all systems architects and sales professionals.


Quickly determine the best configuration for your RAID system
Mix and match different RAID levels to suit your needs
Save time - know the right configuration before you start formatting your RAID


Easy to use interface
All popular RAID levels including 0, 1, 3, 5, and hybrid RAID levels
Incorporates Hot Spare and JBOD
Calculates RAID capacity automatically
User definable disk capacities, and format overheads
Displays Efficiency, Tolerance and Loss Before Failure values
Examines best and worst case scenarios for redundancy and availability
Can be used for any RAID system using 7+7 controller configuration

Vee Eye Software Pty Ltd. Custom software development. Workflow and productivity solutions. Macintosh OS X specialists.


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