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GovCloud: Cut the clutter

NetApp for Department of Defense Series

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GovCloud is changing how cloud operations are run at scale but brings with it added complexity. Modern warfighters operate in multicloud environments and require full visibility of those environments simultaneously. Cloud analytics is necessary to lower costs, robust security, and optimize tools to operate more efficiently. Cloud spend can be reduced by up to 30 percent with NetApp’s CloudCheckr, which makes it simple to track spend and authorizations while also reducing costs in areas with little visibility. Join us to hear how CloudCheckr makes it easy to stay compliant, respond to audits, and reduce risks through automated remediation.

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Key takeaways

  • Gain total visibility of cloud operations and spend across all clouds, all in one place.
  • Save up to 30% through cloud optimization.
  • Eliminate risks faster and ensure reporting compliance.
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Speaker bio by region

Meet the specialists ready to help simplify your data challenges. Expect to dive into real-world, industry-specific questions—they’re experts who love to talk shop.


Fred Justice

Federal Sales Director DoD/IC

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Eric Morrissey

Senior Sales Engineer 

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