Tech OnTap Newsletter May 2016

by NetApp Staff ‎2016-05-11 12:08 PM - edited ‎2016-05-11 12:14 PM
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Stan Johnston, Managing Editor
EDITOR'S NOTE
Back in December, NetApp VP Lee Caswell called 2016 “The Year of Simplicity in IT.” He was incredibly accurate, and NetApp is proving it out. This month we look at how to simplify your storage configuration through clustered Data ONTAP automation. Our Storage Services team saved much time and reduced disruptions in the process. We also examine how to take the complexity out of flash decisions by prioritizing your workload applications, with a chart showing how our portfolio fits. And finally, Tim Russell, our VP of Product Management, discusses why a global ecosystem of security partners is vital to your IT strategy.

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— Stan Johnston, Managing Editor
ONTAP Automation: How to Do a 4-hour Process in 5 Minute ONTAP Automation: How to Do a 4-hour Configuration in 5 Minutes
Ezra Tingler, Senior Storage Engineer, NetApp
Our Storage Services team took on the challenge of automating the configuration process for clustered Data ONTAP. They saved time and reduced disruptions as a result.
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When Choosing the Right Flash System, Prioritize Application Needs When Choosing the Right Flash System, Prioritize Your Application Needs
Larry Freeman, Senior Technologist, NetApp
NetApp’s flash storage solutions address the priorities a storage architect commonly encounters while constructing enterprise storage architectures. We examine it from a workload perspective.
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IT Strategy: Data Security Requires a Global Partner Ecosystem IT Strategy: Data Security Requires a Global Partner Ecosystem
Tim Russell, Vice President of Product Management, NetApp
Data security is no longer just an IT challenge. That's why NetApp lets you choose from a global ecosystem of security partners who integrate with NetApp technologies. Tim Russell explains why that is so important to your enterprise.
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ToT Podcast: Storage Service Design with Object Storage
ToT Podcast: Storage Service Design with Object Storage This month we bring back the NetApp IT team to discuss how they are using object storage implementations to meet application service needs.
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Insight 2016 Registration Opens for Las Vegas, Berlin
Insight 2016 Registration Opens for Las Vegas, Berlin NetApp Insight™ is our annual technical conference for storage and data management professionals. Registration is now open for Las Vegas (Sept. 26-29) and Berlin (Nov. 14-17).
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NHN Entertainment Creates Adventure with Cloud Services
NHN Entertainment Creates Adventure with Cloud Services Do-Min Paik, IT Service CIO at NHN Entertainment, talks about how the largest PC and mobile game development company in South Korea is building on an innovative cloud platform for game developers worldwide.
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Tech Field Day Examines Contributions to OpenStack
Tech Field Day Examines Contributions to OpenStack John Griffith, Principal Software Engineer, discusses the contributions provided to OpenStack by NetApp and SolidFire during Tech Field Day Extra at OpenStack Summit Austin.
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