The detailed functions of the Extensible Storage Engine

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How does the Extensible Storage Engine also known as ESE works? What is the main functions of the ESE? How will you define Extensible Storage Engine? I am 24 years of age and a IT student in a tertiary institution. I am making a research into Data Recovery and Transaction Logs and I would to be more than glad to get assistance from each one. Thank you.

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The detailed functions of the Extensible Storage Engine




ESE is a data storage technology from Microsoft and it's a central for Microsoft Exchange server, active Directory and Branch Cache. Its aim is to permit applications to store and recover data via indexed and sequential approach. This mechanism helps to retain the data consistent, even in case of a system crash. Basically, it allows all the applications to record the data and create the indexes to access the data indifferent ways. The prime function of ESE is to balance the database tree to splitting or merging the pages.

Kindly refer to below mentioned architecture diagram for your reference.




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