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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Cloud Computing - A New Model for Delivering and Consuming IT Resources

    The cloud is a new model for delivering and consuming IT resources, such as compute (Server) resources, data storage, network bandwidth and even applications. The model includes characteristics such as on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, measured service (Pay-As-You-Use), resource pooling and broad network access.1 Cloud computing is good for storage: It...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Feasibility Regions: Exploiting Tradeoffs Between Power and Performance in Disk Drives

    Low utilization immediately suggests that placing the system into a low power mode during idle times may considerably decrease power consumption. As future workload remains largely unknown, "When" to initiate a power saving mode and for "How long" to stay in this mode remains a challenging open problem, given that...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    BlackArmor NAS 440/420 Storage Servers

    This technology paper is about the new product of Seagate Technology i.e. BlackArmour NAS 440/420 storage server which is answering the need for high volume storage that protects against data loss. This paper mentions various features of BlackArmor NAS Storage Server. It is a server which is expandable network attached...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Storage Strategies for Server Virtualization: Getting the Most From Virtualized Environments Without Breaking Your IT Budget

    Server virtualization delivers IT benefits that are every CIO's dream: greatly simplified management, better business responsiveness, higher application availability, reduced hardware and software costs, lower power consumption, and a cooler data center. Is this technology too good to be true? Some say there is a downside: an acceleration in data...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Self-Encrypting Drives for Servers, NAS and SAN Arrays

    This paper discusses the challenge of securing data on hard drives that will inevitably leave the owner's control. It introduces Self-Encrypting Drives (SED), which may be used in two ways: to provide instant secure erase (cryptographic erase or making the data no longer readable), and to enable auto-locking to secure...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Feasibility Regions: Exploiting Tradeoffs Between Power and Performance in Disk Drives

    Low utilization immediately suggests that placing the system into a low power mode during idle times may considerably decrease power consumption. As future workload remains largely unknown, "When" to initiate a power saving mode and for "How long" to stay in this mode remains a challenging open problem, given that...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Storage Strategies for Server Virtualization: Getting the Most From Virtualized Environments Without Breaking Your IT Budget

    Server virtualization delivers IT benefits that are every CIO's dream: greatly simplified management, better business responsiveness, higher application availability, reduced hardware and software costs, lower power consumption, and a cooler data center. Is this technology too good to be true? Some say there is a downside: an acceleration in data...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    BlackArmor NAS 440/420 Storage Servers

    This technology paper is about the new product of Seagate Technology i.e. BlackArmour NAS 440/420 storage server which is answering the need for high volume storage that protects against data loss. This paper mentions various features of BlackArmor NAS Storage Server. It is a server which is expandable network attached...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Self-Encrypting Drives for Servers, NAS and SAN Arrays

    This paper discusses the challenge of securing data on hard drives that will inevitably leave the owner's control. It introduces Self-Encrypting Drives (SED), which may be used in two ways: to provide instant secure erase (cryptographic erase or making the data no longer readable), and to enable auto-locking to secure...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Cloud Computing - A New Model for Delivering and Consuming IT Resources

    The cloud is a new model for delivering and consuming IT resources, such as compute (Server) resources, data storage, network bandwidth and even applications. The model includes characteristics such as on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, measured service (Pay-As-You-Use), resource pooling and broad network access.1 Cloud computing is good for storage: It...

    Provided By Seagate Technology