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This week, we invited Mr. Performance, Tony Gaddis, to discuss ONTAP performance and to give a high level overview of how to diagnose performance issues in ONTAP. Be sure to send in your performance questions to podcast@netapp.com and we’ll get Tony to answer them on the podcast at a later date!

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In September of 2016 we announced the Managed EdgeCloud Solution, a turnkey cloud-in-a-box infrastructure from Cisco and NetApp. With Managed EdgeCloud, service providers can easily extend their core infrastructure to dedicated, remotely managed private clouds on customers’ premises—on the “edge.”

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On September 8, NetApp announced the E2800 all-flash and hybrid storage system. The NetApp® E2800 storage system, with both all-flash and hybrid solid-state drive/hard disk drive (SSD/HDD) configurations, is ideal for small and medium-sized businesses, plus enterprise remote and branch offices. It allows you to gain insights quickly, simply, and affordably from a range of mixed-workload environments, including data analytics, video surveillance, technical computing, and data protection.

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Earlier today we shared that we are developing the next generation of hyperconverged infrastructure, built on SolidFire innovation. We will do what has not yet been done by the immature first generation of hyperconverged solutions — bring hyperconverged infrastructure to the enterprise by allowing customers the flexibility to run multiple workloads without compromising performance, scale, or efficiency. As part of the Data Fabric platform, it will also be the first fully cloud-integrated HCI solution, giving customers the ability to take advantage of their data across on-premises, public cloud, and hybrid cloud environments. With this innovation, we further broaden our industry-leading portfolio with cloud-integrated solutions available in standalone, converged, hyperconverged, and software-defined offerings.

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“Our latency improved greatly moving from CLARiiON onto NetApp,” says Paul Lemmons, Open Systems Group Lead, Tucson Medical Center. “It’s almost like comparing a Volkswagen to a Maserati.” Tucson Medical Center (TMC), licensed at more than 600 beds, has been Tucson’s locally governed nonprofit regional hospital for more than 70 years. Named one of the nation’s “Most Wired” hospitals for five consecutive years, TMC is Southern Arizona’s leading provider for emergency care and pediatric care (including Tucson’s first Pediatric Emergency Department), with top-notch intensive care units for adults, children and newborns. Other specialty areas include women’s, maternity, cardiac care, orthopedic, neuroscience, hospice, surgical, vascular and geropsychiatric care.

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