Seagate Technology has introduced revolutionary open-source object storage software, a reference architecture powered by it, and a corresponding developer community. All three were built to manage the massive surge and sprawl of unstructured enterprise data. The announcement was part of the company’s first annual Datasphere event.
“We live in a data economy,” said Seagate’s CEO Dave Mosley. “The value of enterprise data is too often untapped. Businesses struggle to access their data’s full potential. Seagate tailored its offerings to match the new information-hungry reality. The cost-effective, frictionless, and reliable data management innovations that Seagate unveiled will help companies get more value out of their data.”
Solutions announced today include the 100% open source-based software CORTX™: the collaborative open source CORTX™ Community; and the open, flexible reference architecture deployed as converged infrastructure Lyve Drive™ Rack, powered by CORTX.
The CORTX Software
CORTX is hardware-agnostic open-source object storage software ...
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