Planning is key when it comes to cost reduction in the cloud.
Those of you who’ve managed clustered file systems in a data center have probably never had to worry about maintaining a single source of truth (SSOT) — a data-storing structure where data exists in one copy that is only referenced, not duplicated, for access by various systems. The same can’t be said for workloads in the cloud, including any high availability file service.
Companies that rely on NetApp storage systems to run their enterprise applications know that ONTAP helps keep them in business with secure, easy-to-use and reliable data storage solutions and hardware. But they also know that making sure a system is backed up can be highly expensive.
Do you still rely on a central team to run analytical jobs on your data, or have you discovered the new self-service form of data analytics for enterprise businesses that AWS makes possible with Amazon Athena?
When companies decide to migrate their applications or infrastructure to the cloud, it creates a total paradigm shift from the traditional on-premises approach. Facing a change that massive, most companies prefer to leverage the services offered by industry-leading public cloud vendors, such as Microsoft Azure.
The world is changing. Digitalization is creeping into every aspect of our lives. Computers are everywhere.
Topics: EBS Volumes
One of the subjects IT professionals have been debating for years is of cloud storage certifications. Is it worth investing your time and money in getting a Microsoft, Cisco or Red Hat badge to put next to your name on your CV or LinkedIn profile?
Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is one of the most popular services on AWS: A highly scalable, inexpensive, fast, reliable storage infrastructure.
Topics: Cloud Sync
When NetApp decided to create the Data Fabric concept, and to align all its production capabilities behind that idea, a quite subtle change happened in the company.
Subtle, but important. NetApp began the inevitable shift to delivering technology, not just arrays.