Data Center Management Innovation

Data Center Management

Seagate is committed to delivering innovative cloud technology, device, service and support features that help lower TCO for cloud computing and cloud storage.

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Open Source

Innovating for the cloud will not happen in a vacuum. Cloud solutions brought to market must be the result of a collaborative effort among suppliers, partners, and end customers. Seagate joined OpenStack and Open Compute Project to partner with industry leaders to define and promote open source standards for cloud computing. Learn More.

Data Center Management Energy Costs

Seagate® PowerChoice™ Technology

With massive data center expansion and increasing concerns over both the financial and environmental costs of ever-increasing power use, the need for more energy-efficient storage in data centers has never been more apparent. Seagate PowerChoice technology’s flexible, user-manageable options enable power savings without sacrificing performance, data integrity and reliability.

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Data Center Management Drive Retirement

Seagate Instant Secure Erase (ISE)

Traditional methods of retiring and repurposing drives are time-consuming, costly and, despite a data center management’s best effort, may fail to entirely mitigate the risk of a data security breach. Seagate Instant Secure Erase dramatically reduces the time it takes to retire or repurpose a hard drive from days to mere seconds, thus lowering data center operational costs.

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Data Center Management RAID Technology

Seagate RAID Rebuild™ Technology

Growth in disk drive capacities has resulted in even more time consuming RAID recovery. It can take hours—and often days—to recover a high-capacity RAID set. Seagate RAID Rebuild technology’s partial-failure copy feature is faster and less error-prone, and lowers the TCO of deploying large RAID sets in data center management.

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Data Center Management SED Technology

Seagate Self-Encrypting Drive Technology

Nearly all drives eventually leave the data center and their owners’ control; in fact, Seagate estimates that 50,000 drives are retired from data centers daily. Corporate data resides on such drives, and when most leave the data center, the data they contain is still readable. Seagate Self-Encrypting Drive technology helps data center management reduce the risk of data breach.

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Tech Insight

The Case for Open Source Hardware and Software in the Cloud

Lower-cost, more-optimized open architectures

How the Strategic Application of Storage Can Help Lower Data Center TCO

The Demand for Storage Devices in a Connected World of Data

Cloud data ecosystems require digital storage capacity

Choosing Enterprise Drives for Cloud Applications

The key to enabling return on innovation with cloud technologies

Cloud Compute and Cloud Storage Architectures

Draw from fundamental enterprise and IT data storage knowledge

Part I - The Evolving Cloud and How It Impacts Storage

Q&A with Seagate’s Wes Purdue on the cloud computing infrastructure

Tiered Storage: Enabling and Advancing Cloud Capabilities

Build your cloud infrastructure around tiered data storage

New Levels of Scalability and TCO Savings With Open-Source Private Cloud Object Storage

OpenStack Swift’s Private Cloud Storage is complimented by Seagate Kinetic Open Storage platform

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Seagate Enterprise HDDs and SSDs Play Critical Role in Expanding AIC’s Server Portfolio

Setting new standards in energy savings for data center servers.


Case Study

Maximize Cloud Storage Efficiency With Hybrid SSDs and HDDs in High-Density Blade Servers

Maximize cloud storage efficiency with hybrid SSDs and HDDs in high-density blade servers