NetApp United

NetApp United

Founded in 2017, NetApp United brings together influential partners, customers, and technical experts from all around the world. We are a community united by our passion for great technology and the desire to share our expertise with the world. It’s a creative space for exchanging ideas and sharing best practices, where rivalry and competition don’t exist. Although most of our members are NetApp partners and customers, NetApp United is open to everyone, from tech bloggers to independent analysts—anyone who shares our passion for NetApp is welcome. We pride ourselves on inclusivity and diversity.

About NetApp United

(Is NetApp United NetApp’s soccer team?!)

No. But just like a football/soccer team, NetApp United is all about unity. Our team name represents the trust, support, and togetherness that characterizes the tech community and reflects the NetApp culture of inclusivity and team spirit. NetApp United started as an extension of those same values, with the mission to create a great community where members can seek advice, ask for help, and share experiences and best practices not only with peers but also with the broader NetApp family. NetApp United is a place to inspire others and to get inspired, to help each other grow, and to reach new professional and personal heights.

Member benefits

All members can benefit from joining exclusive workshops and trainings focused on blogging, social media platforms, and influencer best practices. 1:1 coaching is also available on demand. We focus on continually improving the program for our members and making sure their time spent is worthwhile. Aside from extending their technical expertise, our aim is to provide a foundation for our members to learn new skills and increase their sphere of influence.

Our team members say that the best part of NetApp United is the people and the networking that comes with their membership. Aside from being able to connect with peers daily via comms channels like Slack and private communities, we use every opportunity to get together and get to know each other in person. All members are invited to exclusive parties at NetApp Insight each year, where they get to spend quality time with fellow members and hang out with the NetApp A-Team and NetApp executives.

All members of NetApp United get:

  • Recognition as a NetApp Expert
  • Access to the NetApp United private community
  • Exclusive invites to monthly, NDA product launch briefing calls
  • Access to a dedicated network of internal NetApp Experts to answer any technical questions they may have
  • Social media and blogging support on demand
  • Opportunities to expand their expertise and influence
  • Exclusive NetApp United member resources
  • Invitations to VIP events at NetApp Insight and strategic industry events

Would you like to join the ranks of NetApp United?

Follow us on social media to get the latest updates from the community and hear about the upcoming application round.

Get in touch with NetApp United via ng-netappunited@netapp.com

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