You have applications requiring file services that you’re ready to migrate to the public cloud. That’s great.
But now you face an untenable choice: Either rearchitect your applications to use different protocols—which dramatically slows your migration to cloud—or run multiple virtual machines simply to provide file services, which fails to deliver the cloud service or capabilities you need.
NetApp Cloud Volumes Service offers a different alternative. To understand if it’s right for your enterprise, we’ve put together this handy reference guide.
Spencer leads the Cloud Services Solution Planning team in the Cloud Data Services Business Unit focused on enabling customers to run workloads in public clouds. The team consists of product managers and solution architects that work on Cloud Volumes Service and Azure NetApp Files. Prior to this role, Spencer spent eight years at NetApp leading the product and solution management team responsible for providing the best storage for virtual server, virtual desktop, and cloud environments. Spencer has worked in enterprise storage industry for over twenty years. Prior to joining NetApp Spencer held various product management and product marketing positions for Brocade Communications, as well as product management, marketing and operations positions at Gadzoox Networks and Amdahl. Spencer holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Stanford University, and a Master of Arts in International Economics and Japan Studies from Johns Hopkins.
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