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Storage Efficiency For Improving Persistent Volume Storage Costs

In Kubernetes, persistent volumes are used to provision storage for containerized applications and provide a separation between how storage is used an... Read More

Storage Tiering to Amazon S3 or Azure Blob with Cloud Volumes ONTAP

Cost is a major concern for any company that manages its storage in the cloud or in a hybrid cloud deployment. One way to pay less for storing large a... Read More

Oracle Performance and Storage Comparison in AWS: Cloud Volumes Service, EBS, EFS

Get the most out of your Oracle database with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the NetApp® Cloud Volumes Service. Read More

Storage Tiering in Azure with Cloud Volumes ONTAP

Cloud Volumes ONTAP extends the trusted enterprise data management capabilities of NetApp to leading cloud platforms Azure and AWS. Read More

Overcome Amazon RDS Size Limits with Data Tiering to Amazon S3

When setting up an enterprise-grade database, there are multiple challenges to deal with, including the system’s performance, agility, security and co... Read More

Seamless Disaster Recovery Failover with Cloud Volumes ONTAP (formerly ONTAP Cloud)

Do you have a plan for how to keep your business running as usual in case of a disaster strike? If not, it’s high time you had one. Read More

Lower Cloud Data Storage Costs with Cloud Volumes ONTAP (formerly ONTAP Cloud) Storage Efficiencies

Enterprises are no longer asking themselves whether the public cloud has a role in their IT infrastructure—the jury is in on that one. Read More

Find and Optimize Your AWS Storage Costs

One of the major reasons organizations migrate to the AWS cloud is to gain the elasticity that can grow and shrink on demand, allowing them to pay onl... Read More

Handling Storage Cost and Cloud Sprawl

Sprawl in the IT world isn’t new: We know it well from physical servers in data centers, as well as VMs in virtualized environments. Read More

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