Amazon Web Services has announced the General Availability of Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP
Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP enables organizations to store application data in a native cloud environment that is tailored for the demands of business-critical applications and integrated with an ecosystem of complementary cloud data services.
Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP was developed by Amazon Web Services and NetApp as an AWS fully managed service, part of the Amazon FSx file systems family, and powered by NetApp ONTAP®. Learn more.
Flexibility coupled with simplicity
One of the storage challenges companies transitioning to cloud face is the trade-off between flexibility and simplicity. The feature richness of on-premises storage allows for flexible workload and architecture options, but typically comes with a certain degree of operational overhead. Cloud storage services on the other hand, are very easy to use, but generally provide a narrow set of capabilities fitting only specific types of workloads and architectures. Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP eliminates this trade-off by combining the rich data management and protection capabilities of ONTAP with the simplicity and agility of a native AWS service.
Key components for business-critical enterprise applications
Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP and its ecosystem of integrated services make it significantly easier for cloud teams to meet the essential requirements of business-critical applications.
Performance – sub-millisecond latency, scalable multi-Gbps throughput, and performance monitoring. Resilience – multi-AZ high-availability, built-in snapshots, backups, encryption, data privacy compliance, and integration with 3rd party antivirus solutions. Mobility – hybrid-cloud, cross-cloud, and multi-cloud data replication, synchronization, and dataset bursting. Cost-efficiency – a range of different file and block storage types in one centrally controlled service, industry-leading storage efficiencies, and auto-tiering of infrequently-accessed data.
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