Tech OnTap Newsletter June 2010

by NetApp Staff on ‎2011-01-10 04:39 PM
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HighlightsJune 2010
Achieving Secure Multi-Tenancy
Enabling Telework with VDI
Bringing Avatar to Life
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Bringing Avatar to Life
Adam Shand, former lead of Weta Digital's infrastructure team

Creating the blockbuster movie Avatar was a feat that required significant IT innovation.

Visual effects company Weta Digital relied on NetApp to provide storage, including an innovative adaptive caching approach using FlexCache® that played a critical role during the final months of the project. Find out about the infrastructure that made the movie possible.

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Tips from the TrenchesBlog of the Month
Case Study:
Enabling Telework with VDI

Robert De May, System Engineer,
Project Performance Corporation

Telecommuting can increase productivity, decrease costs, and reduce carbon footprint. See how one U.S. government agency built an innovative solution using virtual desktop technology.

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NetApp for Microsoft
Environments Blog: “357 Reasons to Be Excited About the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit”


PowerShell is an object-oriented scripting shell that lets you leverage .Net objects in your scripts. Now, that management has been extended to NetApp® storage.

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Achieving Secure Multi-Tenancy
David Klem, Reference Architect

NetApp is collaborating with VMware and Cisco to allow IT infrastructure to be securely shared. Learn how to deploy this unique solution.

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Community Blogs
Meet our Community bloggers and read what they have to say about topics such as Data ONTAP®, virtualization, and dedupe.
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