Are you looking to digitally transform your organization? Or is there some hesitation in moving to the new cloud world? What if you could have the assurance that your enterprise storage solution works in the cloud no matter where your data is? Stephen Foskett sits down with Anthony Lye of NetApp to discuss how cloud is just another platform that NetApp has embraced with their solutions and how they can bring peace of mind to nervous IT departments.
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We know that The Cloud is a real thing. But of the many things called The Cloud, each of them is remarkablly different. Features, capabilities, functions are vary wildly between them. Every organization is scrambling to figure out how to use the cloud, but is the promise of the cloud simply unachievable? Does the pursuit of multi-cloud mean that organizations must ignore whatever makes a cloud special, and turn it into simply someone else’s infrastructure? The roundtable discusses in this episode. Thanks to NetApp for sponsoring this episode.
Adding more complex and powerful tools allows we as humans to apply greater leverage; a single human can accomplish much more with a good set of tools than that same human can with just their bare hands. Data management is no different. In this post, Justin Warren looks at the tools NetApp has created for that task with NetApp Fabric Orchestrator.
We weren’t wrong to want a data warehouse, it’s just that the world around us continued to change, and what was once an appropriate and useful choice became… well, less so. Data has inertia, and making sure the right data is in the right places at the right times is a complex exercise. Justin Warren looks at how NetApp’s Data Fabric helps to address this problem.
It’s no secret that open source is driving innovation in both enterprise IT through the products and services they consume and within the companies who provide those products and services.
Introduction Computing has undergone a revolution as technologies like self service cloud and quickly scaled hyperconverged data centers speed time to deployment of new applications and reduce friction between IT and the business it enables. As infrastructure has become simpler to provision thanks to these technologies, enterprise IT has been transformed as well. Formerly seen […]
Data is the new currency. By now we’ve all heard that phrase or some variant of it. In an era of transformation, the differentiation in an organization comes not from the product it produces but how they leverage data to enrich the experiences of their customers.
NetApp will host their sixth annual Women in Technology panel at NetApp Insight next week. Keynote speaker Kate Swanborg will be on the panel. In a year that’s seen increasing discussion on gender issues, this session should have a lot to say.
NetApp Insight 2018 is just around the corner. Rich Stroffolino looks at how the company has changed since their last customer conference, as they continue the transition into becoming a data company.
Orchestration and integration may be what people think of most when in comes to DevOps. But in this post, Ned Bellavance looks at how to close the DevOps feedback loop with measuring and optimizing application performance.