Break free of infrastructure constraints.
We’re often asked what makes the NetApp® HCI solution so different from other products on the market. When answering, we start the basic definition of HCI. Others say it stands for hyperconverged infrastructure – and that accurately describes their products. Our definition? Hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Although small installations gained some benefits from first-generation hyperconverged infrastructure, enterprises that first adopted it for its simplicity, ability to eliminate silos, and deployment speed soon discovered that its performance suffers at scale.
Developers, frustrated with performance issues, are turning to the public cloud for agile “swipe-and-go” services. This approach can increase the budget and time to deploy and can introduce security risks, negating the cost-savings intent of the hyperconverged infrastructure investment.
The NetApp hybrid cloud infrastructure solution was built cloud-first and enables you to move your IT from a cost center to a service center that accelerates your business and drives revenue. It allows you to:
NetApp technology helps you make full use of your hypervisor, containers, and the cloud of your choice. We don’t compete with public cloud services; we partner with them to give you the most flexible options for business success.
Learn how we can help you converge hybrid cloud services between traditional and new applications, and between your data centers and all of your public clouds. Read our brief, The Hybrid Multicloud Experience, for a deeper dive into what we call the hybrid multicloud experience.
Join us at the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference in Sydney. I'll be speaking with Rachael Hedges, VP Marketing and Benjamin Molloy, Cloud Services Lead from Consultel on building more impactful IT with a hybrid multicloud experience.
In her current role, Nancy Hart is responsible for driving material impact to the business using modern marketing toolsets. She focuses on reaching new buyers and new markets for NetApp’s expanding portfolio of products, services and technologies. Nancy is especially passionate about the opportunities for customers to leverage the best of public clouds and private datacenters to build new businesses. Nancy is a 20-year enterprise storage veteran with positions at Oracle, Sun Microsystems and StorageTek in roles of increasing scope and responsibility. She launched her career in semiconductor manufacturing at Motorola in Austin, Texas. Nancy is a graduate of Kansas State University in Chemical Engineering and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is currently loving the city life in downtown Denver, Colorado.