Adam Carter is a principal architect at NetApp and has been looking at the future of the HCI and cloud platforms. He sees a time when NetApp services are unifying multiple on-premises and cloud platforms to enable applications to be placed where they bring the most value.
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We know SolidFire is the storage component of the NetApp HCI platform. Dean Steadman tells us about the SolidFire features that make it an ideal platform for an HCI solution. From the scale-out architecture to the built-in dafa efficiency featuresand Qaulity of Service control, SolidFire seems to have been prupose designed to be ideal for […]
As the product manager for the NetApp HCI platform, Vania Xu is deeply involved in the new features in each release. Vania tells us about the features on the new 1.7 platform release. The headline feature is the addition of Cloud Control as the foundation for hybrid cloud integration with on-premises HyperConverged Infrastructure. This release […]
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Alastair Cooke is joined by Rafal Sydor as they open up the box and look at the latest generation of NetApp HCI hardware. This is a new 1U rack server that allows more extreme scale-up node performance than traditional 4-in-2U enclosures. Rafal and Alastair discuss the features of the hardware, and how you can scale […]
Public cloud providers offer near infinite capacity that is paid buy the hour. Jon Hildebrand shows us how Cohesity cloudspin can help you use this low-cost computing capacity with Ciohesity to enable testing and analysis functions that might not be cost effective on-premises.
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The ability to re-use your data in different locations is key to unlocking value from that data. Michael Letschin shows us how easy it is to replicate from an on-premises Cohesity cluster to a Cohesity cluster on Azure and then make a copy of a Cohesity View available in Azure. The same function is available […]
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The Cohesity platform provides multiple layers of policy where the performance and data protection can be congifured to suit your application and business requirements. Anand Nadarthur walks us through some of the considerations for setting these policies to match your needs.
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Database administrators are very protective of their data, getting DBAs involved in your Cohesity design and deployment will be important to successful protection of some of your most valuable data. Kim La Comb spends her time helping Cohesity customers to bring their DBAs into Cohesity planning and operations.