The scenario is that there is a SVM for development, where there is one volume that is meant for OpenStack (PoC). The SVM isn't solely for this OpenStack environment, but also needs to be managed using the NetApp OnCommand system to create and manage other volumes that have nothing to do with OpenStack.
So as the SVM is managed by OpenStack, I should rather make a dedicated SVM for OpenStack?
I am not sure if I understand entirely how this works: I thought there was a volume (or multiple) that I gave to OpenStack (cinder) and cinder creates multiple cinder-volumes that use the available space of the volume NetApp delivers. So why is there even a need for SVM management?