When deploying a NetApp ONTAP Select cluster in a production environment, you can license the node storage by using the capacity tiers or capacity pools licensing model. In addition to the licensing model, you also need to select a license offering or capacity level. The license offering is independent of the licensing model and determines the size of the ONTAP Select virtual machines, as well as the available storage options and features.
David Peterson is a senior technical writer at NetApp where he currently focuses on REST API and automation documentation. He also wrote the complete documentation for several products including ONTAP Select and worked on a variety of other projects such as StorageGRID and the ONTAP Python client library. In addition to writing, he contributed several Python utilities to assist with the ongoing documentation migration and modernization efforts. Before joining NetApp, he spent many years as a software engineer as well as a technical instructor and curriculum developer. In his spare time, David enjoys golf and running. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech.
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