What if you had the flexibility to scale your data storage as needed, while reducing your overall TCO? Transforming from an on-premises environment to a hybrid cloud allows you to pay only for the resources that you consume, while retaining full control of your data and taking advantage of all the compute and analytics the cloud has to offer. Using the cloud to switch from a capital expenditure (capex) finance model to an operational expenditure (opex) finance model is a great way to reduce expenses and increase your return on investment.
Reducing capex and lowering overall TCO are just two of the benefits that cloud adoption can unlock. In this blog, I cover three scenarios in which the cloud can be an advantage: data tiering for cost savings, data protection and disaster recovery, and bursting.
Jesse is a Product Marketing Manager at NetApp, with a focus on marketing AFF and FAS systems across the installed base. His background includes strategy, content, and messaging to help communicate product value, and has collaborated on Protect 7-Mode and Oracle Refresh programs to name a few. Outside of work, he enjoys playing basketball, producing music, and cooking.