The IronWolf® hard drives, which are powered with ASUSTOR NAS, allow critical parameter analysis, containment, interception and speedy resolution
ASUSTOR, a subsidiary of Taiwanese major ASUS and a leading provider of network attached storage (NAS), announced that it is closely working with Seagate Technology, a global leader in data storage solutions. As part of association, the company will be introducing new IronWolf® Health Management software. The software will be formally launched in the next ADM version.
ADM 3.2.2 version has improved IronWolf® Heath Management by incorporating graphical charts to give customers with a clear view of health of hard drive, workload and temperature analysis. By regularly scanning drives, it also helps in maintaining security and optimal performance of an ASUSTOR network attached storage (NAS).
Commenting on the development, Melyssa Banda, Vice President – Client and Enterprise Storage, Seagate Technology, said, “ASUSTOR is constantly pushing NAS to the next level. With the drive to innovate, Seagate is proud to announce ASUSTOR to be the first to implement IronWolf® Health 2.0 with features such as workload charting, temperature monitoring, and easy access to data recovery.
“With IHM 2.0, users can expect the best possible NAS experience through Asustor’s ADM NAS operating system,” Banda added.
Shawn Shu, President, ASUSTOR, said, “As consumers and enterprises continue to expand their storage capabilities to meet information demands, drive health and reliability has become more important than ever for our customers.”
Easy to monitor NAS health
“Partnering with Seagate helps our customers make monitoring the health of their NAS even easier while enjoying the benefits of multiple layers of data protection,” he added.
The IronWolf® hard drives, which are powered with ASUSTOR NAS, allow critical parameter analysis, containment, interception and speedy resolution, when health management scanning is enabled.
In addition, IronWolf® hard drives will collect additional operational information like temperature and workload to further optimise system performance.