Tech OnTap Newsletter February 2011

by NetApp Staff on ‎2011-02-22 05:19 PM
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HighlightsFebruary 2011
DataMotion for Volumes Use Cases
Choose the Right Data Protection
NetApp Leadership in Unified Storage
Learn More About Akorri
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Making the Right Data Protection Choices
Srinath Alapati, Technical Marketing Engineer

Making the Right Data Protection Choices

What are the differences between qtree and volume SnapMirror®, SnapVault®, and MetroCluster™?

Find out how to choose the right solutions for backup and disaster recovery and learn all the details of NetApp® replication, including details of SnapMirror Async, Semi-Sync, and Sync modes.

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Tips from the TrenchesBlog of the Month
DataMotion for Volumes Best Practices
Richard Jooss, Director, SAN Solution Architect

DataMotion for Volumes Best PracticesDataMotion for Volumes lets you move data between aggregates without disruption. Find out how it works, when to use it, and the best way to get started.

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Storage Efficiency Insights Blog: Flash Cache Doesn't Cache
Writes—Why?

I don't think anyone is disputing the performance potential of solid state, but it also raised the question for customers of how to best deliver on price as well as performance.

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Admin ResourcesCommunity Spotlight
NetApp Leadership in Unified Storage
Dave Hitz, NetApp Founder

Dave Hitz, NetApp FounderIn this two-part video, Dave Hitz talks about how the role of storage is increasing in importance. With new shared IT infrastructures, the decision behind purchasing storage is now front and center.

Part I
Part II
Learn More About Akorri
See how this newly acquired technology by NetApp provides
cross-domain analytics and IT
KPIs, and how to apply them in your virtual infrastructure.
Why Is SMVI 2.0 a Hot Discussion in the Community?
Read what our members are saying and the questions they posted.

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