VMWare Cloud on AWS: Overview and Storage Deep-Dive
Join our webinar to learn:
1. How VMware Cloud on AWS is deployed: Benefits & challenges
2. How VMware Cloud on AWS storage works: An overview of performance & operations
3. How Faction’s NetApp-based multi-cloud storage platform enhances this service
RecordedNov 1 201761 mins
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Find out about the gains of moving your enterprise application to the cloud and how NetApp® solutions can help you address the challenges involved.
Learn how enterprises from diverse sectors—finance, telecom, government, technology, healthcare, food, media, and more—have partnered with NetApp for success on their journey to the cloud.
Learn about the challenges and the benefits of moving enterprise applications to the cloud:
. How to “lift and shift” enterprise applications to the cloud
. Increased business agility and innovation in the clouds
. How to achieve high availability and continuous operation
. Security of data and Disaster Recovery
. How to leverage automated data migration services
Jeff Whitaker; Sr. Manager, Cloud Solutions Marketing; NetApp
Did you know that 65% of enterprise workloads are still trapped on-premises? Organizations are pushing to the cloud – or meeting a “cloud mandate” – but are facing challenges moving enterprise file-based workloads, including time spent rearchitecting applications or creating their own self-managed file servers to address file requirements.
But there’s a simpler way to accelerate Azure migration and adoption. IT departments need a fully managed, native file share service in the cloud. One that is simple to deploy and doesn't compromise performance, scale, availability, and resiliency.
Hear how organizations can successfully meet a cloud mandate in days or weeks instead of months or years from Jeff Whitaker, Senior Manager of Cloud Data Services Marketing at NetApp.
In this webinar, we’ll cover:
· Microsoft and NetApp’s new solution for simplifying Azure migration and adoption
· Tips for addressing performance, compatibility, and security concerns
· How IT departments can save hundreds of hours without re-architecting for the cloud
Host: Oded Berman - Product Marketing at NetApp, Speaker: Oren Inbar - Product Marketing at NetApp
Learn how Cloud Tiering makes it possible to extend your data center by moving infrequently-used data to the cloud.
In this webinar, NetApp experts share how Cloud Tiering automatically detects infrequently-used data on AFF storage systems and seamlessly moves it to object storage in the cloud on AWS, Azure, or IBM Cloud without you needing to make any changes to your applications.
Discover all the benefits of Cloud Tiering, including:
. Freeing up an average 80% of performant AFF storage space.
. Leveraging cloud economics without refactoring or rearchitecting applications.
. Trading CAPEX for OPEX.Taking a low-risk first step into the cloud.
. Utilizing inexpensive object storage in the cloud for infrequently-used data.
. Reducing storage costs.
Spencer Sells, leader of product management and solution architecture at NetApp
Ensure your data is always on, available and easily consumed. Deliver a unified data experience, whether data is in the world’s biggest clouds, a private cloud or on-premises. NetApp helps you build your data fabric by working with you to discover resources, integrate data services, automate operations, optimize your fabric, and protect and secure your dataJoin us for an informative webcast on October 17, 2019 to learn how you can build a robust data fabric that provides real-time insights—without breaking a sweat. Our keynote speaker, Spencer Sells, leader of product management and solution architecture at NetApp, will share best practices you can use to get insights faster, lower costs, and deliver a seamless, intelligent cloud experience.
Rob McDonald, Solution Marketing and Jon Jacob, Sr Product Manager
The AFF C190 is an enterprise-class flash system at an affordable price. With simple cloud integration and an impressive return on investment, all-flash storage significantly reduces operating expenses and licensing costs while improving IT productivity.
Christian Gruetzner, Architect Storage & Backup, All for One & Michael Schlosser, SAP Solutions Architect, NetApp
SAP applications are powered by data. However, there are challenges to leveraging that data efficiently, specifically, orchestrating data services in the cloud, meeting company SLAs and managing the challenges of application upgrades.
All for One Group AG provides Managed Services that help companies address these challenges. All for One is partnering with NetApp to map Hybrid Cloud scenarios where workloads are distributed between a traditional data center and various clouds.
Hear how they are helped their customer Flowserve create a hybrid cloud environment which connected their data center in Germany and Azure Cloud in the U.S. to speed delivery, improve availability, speed their backups, and protect their data, all while ensuring nearly unlimited scalability, and global availability of the solution.
David Blackwell, Technical Marketing Engineer, NerApp
NetApp is the only storage vendor to offer certified modules from Ansible to make automating your storage tasks easy. Does it take you weeks to stand up your infrastructure? Get it down to hours! In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
- New and updated NetApp modules for Ansible 2.8
- Playbook examples of how to use these modules
- New features and functionalities of NetApp modules for Ansible
Join us as we kick off our DevOps Master Class series with NetApp Trident for containers.
NetApp was the first to offer a robust, open source solution to address stateful applications for containers. Since introducing Trident, we’ve increased our investment and participation in the community and ecosystem to shape the way containers approach data management. Join us to learn how NetApp Trident:
- Improves resource utilization and scale
- Automates storage provisioning in the cloud and on the premises
- Delivers faster access to developers to start building high-quality code
KUBERNETES IS REVOLUTIONIZING CONTAINER USAGE—NOW IT’S TIME TO FIND A WAY TO MAKE PROVISIONING PERSISTENT VOLUMES FASTER, MORE SECURE, AND LESS EXPENSIVE.From running multiple microservices across a cluster of machines to load balancing, service discovery, and more, Kubernetes is now the choice for container orchestration. But managing the cloud resources, specifically the persistent volumes that Kubernetes requires for storage, is up to the user.
Network collapses. Power outages. Disk failures. Unplanned maintenance. These things might happen to your enterprise workload, making it unavailable to users. For many businesses, getting taken offline can mean a loss of profitability, business reputation, or important data. Now Azure users have a solution to keep their workloads available no matter what happens: Cloud Volumes ONTAP High Availability for Azure.
Join us for this webinar where we’ll show you how this high availability solution from NetApp prevents workloads on Azure from being taken offline in failure scenarios.
When it comes to disaster recovery for an enterprise organization, you know there are no cutting corners: if your site or application doesn’t have adequate data protection in place, events such as a regional disaster or site-wide malware attack can take your operations completely offline. In many cases that’s not just going to cause a loss of business and revenue, it can also mean violating important governmental compliance laws.
Join us for this webinar in which we will show you how Cloud Volumes ONTAP provides solutions for cost-effective and reliable disaster recovery in the cloud.
Research shows that 11% of companies are thriving with data. Are you one of them?
Access the replay to hear NetApp and IDC share how you can accelerate your organization’s journey to digital transformation (DX).
On the webcast, Ashish Nadkarni, Group Vice President, IDC, presented the results of IDC’s latest global research study on strategies that leaders employ to embrace and accelerate DX.
• Learn the 5 stages of the digital transformation maturity model.
• Discover the 6 key things that Data Thrivers do differently from everyone else.
• See how you stack up against other data-driven organizations.
• Gain proven insights on steps you can take to move your business forward.
Data Thrivers use technology to reinvent customer relationships, create innovative business opportunities, and optimize operations. Learn how.
NetApp Cloud Volumes is a cloud-native storage solution that delivers increased efficiency with high availability and data protection built in. These features make Cloud Volumes the ideal data management environment for migrating and developing existing platforms like SQL, MySQL, Oracle, etc. in the cloud.
View our webcast, featuring AWS & NetApp experts, and learn more about how to:
- Migrate database applications and sync hybrid environments
- Keep agile, automated dev/test environments for continuous release cycles and fast TTM
- Benefit from high performance, high throughput, high reliability as well as high durability
Speakers are Bryan Hoffman, NetApp Cloud Services Manager, Martin Warren, EMEA Cloud Product Marketing Manager, and Dinah Barrett AWS Solutions Architect.
Join IDC’s Eric Burgener as he shares his expertise on why enterprises should plan for new persistent memory (PMEM) technologies. You’ll learn about:
The evolution and adoption of PMEM
Challenges and opportunities for application owners
How to evaluate today’s PMEM solutions
You’ll also find out how NetApp® MAX Data software leverages persistent memory in the server and fuels ultra-low latency, support for huge datasets, and enterprise data services for in-memory applications.
Listen as AI experts from NetApp and NVIDIA discuss applications of AI and deep learning for the enterprise, with use case examples across healthcare, automotive, manufacturing, banking, retail, agriculture and other sectors. You’ll learn about:
Getting started with AI initiatives
Seamless data management, edge to core to cloud
Business cases where companies gain the edge in an increasingly
If you’ve ever wondered what AI means in your industry, and how companies take advantage of deep learning and their data to create new and disruptive business opportunities, this webcast is for you.
Andrew Grimes @ NetApp, Eric Burgener @ IDC, and Naem Saafein @ Brocade
Enterprise IT is facing huge volumes of new data that is overwhelming legacy SAN solutions. Rather than get trapped with the outcomes of an aging legacy system, learn how you can leave slower data access, increased costs, and the inflexibility of a legacy infrastructure behind. Join the webcast “Demanding Workloads Demand NVMe” and find out how moving to an end-to-end NVMe infrastructure can clear your path toward data center modernization.
You will hear directly from three leading experts: Andrew Grimes from NetApp, Eric Burgener from IDC, and Naem Saafein from Brocade.
They will discuss how you can:
•Speed time to innovation by maximizing your network resources with the latest all-flash storage technologies
•Become a key part of your company’s digital transformation and future success
•Easily move from a siloed solution to a cloud-connected all-flash infrastructure
With the whirlwind pace of artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technology, many enterprises are challenged with how to advance new AI projects from proof of concept to production. Join the webcast “Drive Disruptive Innovation at Scale with AI” and find out how you can enable a secure and smooth flow of data for your AI workflows, from edge to core to cloud.
You will hear directly from three leading experts: Monty Barlow from Cambridge Consultants, Ritu Jyoti from IDC, and Santosh Rao from NetApp.
They will discuss how you can:
•Build a successful deep learning pipeline, whether in the cloud or on-premises
•Discover lessons learned from industry case studies, including automotive, retail, and healthcare
•Scale infrastructure to keep pace with your data-hungry AI applications
Michael Johnson, CTO Americas Sales, Office of Technology and Strategy, NetApp
Got containers on your brain but worried about how you'll support your stateful applications?
Introducing Trident – the fully automated persistent storage provisioner for Red Hat OpenShift! With Trident, you no longer have to worry about long lead times to provision storage for your container applications. Trident grabs your persistent volume claims and automatically maps your request to the appropriate class of storage—on the fly!
What's not to love? Developers love it and admins love it. No more endless waiting for service tickets to provision container storage. Trident is easy to install and set up so you can be up and running quickly with dynamic, persistent storage provisioning. There's something for everybody when Trident is deployed in your enterprise container environment.
Join us for this exclusive webcast to find out more about Trident and much more including Ansible Tower, the automation engine from NetApp and Red Hat for the next-generation data center. Mark your calendars and register today, you don't want to miss this!
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