Watch this demo to learn how you can easily provision large numbers of NVMe namespaces and make them part of a service catalog with guaranteed service levels
In my previous NVMe blog post, I shared a demo of how to add NVMe/TCP for ONTAP® functionality to an array that was already configured for iSCSI. In this next video, I’ll show you how our customers will be able to put NVMe into production. I’ll also cover the steps to provision your first namespaces, put them into a lightweight consistency group, and enable local data protection.
In the demo, I’ll dig a little deeper into some of the policy settings that make it easy to provision large numbers of NVMe namespaces and make them part of a service catalog with guaranteed service levels.
Note: For this demo, I’m using an early availability build of a version of ONTAP that has the functionality shown built in.
In the demo you’ll learn:
Watch the demo today to learn how to have NVMe namespaces ready for use and set up for Day 2 operations.
After you’ve watched the demo, if you’re interested in finding out more, you can also check out the following resources:
Ricky Martin leads NetApp’s global market strategy for its portfolio of hybrid cloud solutions, providing technology insights and market intelligence to trends that impact NetApp and its customers. With nearly 40 years of IT industry experience, Ricky joined NetApp as a systems engineer in 2006, and has served in various leadership roles in the NetApp APAC region including developing and advocating NetApp’s solutions for artificial intelligence, machine learning and large-scale data lakes.
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