By partnering with VMware and the major public clouds, NetApp offers numerous choices to meet your unique data management and infrastructure demands. But how does this translate to supporting your data-intensive workloads? How can you achieve the right balance of performance and value?
We’re hosting three webinars to help you navigate your options. Think of it as a deep dive into exactly why we say, “Two’s company, three’s a cloud.”
The recent VMware Explore event in San Francisco was a high-energy return to in-person events. It served as a reminder that every enterprise has its own directives, its own infrastructure legacy, and its own path to digital transformation. The uniqueness of each situation calls for multiple cloud choices—now, and as your journey progresses.
A high point of Explore was the announcement that it’s now possible to decouple storage from compute in virtualized workloads. This means your cloud consumption can accommodate enterprise workloads in a way that’s easier as well as up to 50% more cost effective.
Now, NetApp is the only cloud storage service provider to be certified and supported for use as an external supplemental datastore for VMware Cloud environments running in the largest public clouds.
“Organizations across all industries rely on the combination of VMware and NetApp as the platform of choice for delivering business-critical workloads. NetApp is now able to deliver the same levels of enterprise-class data management that our mutual customers have enjoyed for decades on premises to workloads running in any of the major public clouds,” said Narayan Bharadwaj, vice president of Cloud Solutions at VMware.
Just like VMware, NetApp already has a large foundation on premises. NetApp® ONTAP® data management software supports virtualized data center workloads across our 20,000 joint customers. To facilitate the wave of cloud adoption, NetApp has also worked with AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud to develop first-party managed services at all three clouds.
NetApp gives you choices in your cloud journey, and we’re providing insights into how you can deploy in your choice of public cloud.
Reduce AVS TCO and increase performance by adding Azure NetApp Files datastores
Wednesday, September 14, 3 p.m. Eastern Time/noon Pacific Time
Learn how adding enterprise-class, low-latency storage capacity with Azure NetApp Files datastores can help reduce cost while increasing performance and flexibility.
How NetApp accelerates VMware migration to Google Cloud
Friday, September 16, 1 p.m. Eastern Time/10 a.m. Pacific Time
Join us for an overview of the Google Cloud VMware Engine and its benefits for cost, performance, and flexibility.
Rightsizing compute and storage for VMware Cloud on AWS
Wednesday, September 21, 2 p.m. Eastern Time/11 a.m. Pacific Time
Explore the development of Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP as the first certified, integrated, and supported solution for VMware Cloud supplemental datastores. FSx for ONTAP enables you to rightsize costs for cloud compute and storage needs. We’ll provide demonstrations and real-world customer examples.
To show our appreciation, we’re giving one lucky participant at each webinar a $300 Amazon gift card. Talk about choice! Get that book on Kubernetes you’ve been eyeing, up your game with some new running shoes, or buy a year’s supply of laundry soap. One gift card is awarded per event; you must attend to win.
Read the announcement of VMware Cloud on AWS integration with Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP. To learn more about the NetApp and VMware multicloud solution, visit our overview.
Terri is a seasoned alliance and partnership executive focused on creating relationships that help solve customer problems with joint technology solutions.