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Four Ways to Improve IT Operations with All-Flash Storage
Building a cloud infrastructure that provides high quality and reliability equivalent to the existing telecommunication services.
Find a cost-effective storage solution with good data reduction technology, good data replication on DR site, and excellent support high scalability
Toei Animation accelerated web page performance by deploying a NetApp EF-Series storage system.
Customer Success: Popular Indonesian Fast Food Chain Serves Up Data Storage Efficiency with NetApp Architecture
Meinhardt builds business agility with strong backup from NetApp
Southeast Bank deployed NetApp’s FAS3220 and FAS2240 unified storage systems, along with SnapMirror technology to ensure good data replication and secure critical client data.
GameOn Improves Service, Reduces Costs by More Than 50% with 100% Virtualization and FlexPod
To build an efficient DR site in compliance with government directives for business continuity
CSS Corp, wanted to implement a reliable consolidated storage platform that would support virtualization, ensure high availability and scalability, and integrate with their existing IT setup, while lowering TCO and improving ROI.
NetApp OnCommand System Manager is a powerful configuration and management solution for NetApp storage—including Web-based storage, element, and cluster management
Make Your Applications Fly with NetApp Flash 3-4-5. Reduce your storage footprint, costs, and management time.
Yahoo Japan Adopts Clustered Data ONTAP as a New OpenStack Infrastructure for Service Developments.
Everybody knows all-flash storage is faster than disk, but that’s just part of the story. Early adopters are raving about the other benefits, too, including big savings in IT time and resources.
Describes how Nanyang Technological University (NTU) uses a hybrid cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to ensure that computing resources can be scaled out during resource-heavy spikes and meet unanticipated demands.