ONTAP innovations, baseball, and Abbott and Costello
Introducing the Specialist Series: Matthias Giraud – B.A.S.E. jumper and professional skier
Ode to a logo (or “You changed the what?!”)
NetApp HCI Offers a New 2-Node Storage Cluster for a Starting, Scalable Entry Point for Customer Workloads
Fighting Ransomware: Part Two – ONTAP Native (aka Free) Tools for Detecting Ransomware
Quick Continuity Conversations: Infrastructure Insight

VMworld Preview: Everything You Can Expect From NetApp in San…

August 22, 2019

Update: Tuesday, we announced a new set of combined solutions to accelerate VMware workloads and make it easy to run applications in any environment. Read the following blogs to learn more: Performance. Scalability. Simplicity. Choose Three. Any Cloud, One Experience – Managed Kubernetes on VMware Private Cloud Kubernetes for the Enterprise – Done Easily Enhance and Accelerate […]

What You Missed: VMworld 2017

September 20, 2017

The 2017 VMworld events delivered a strong, refined message to build upon the VMware vision:   VMware continues to evolve from on-premises to the new reality where locality matters less, and multi-cloud capabilities are the standard. This year, VMware debuted functional parts of their vision, including: VMware Cloud on AWS Pivotal Container Service Introduction to […]

FlexPod SF: Jumpstarting VMware Private Cloud

July 20, 2017

With the introduction of FlexPod® SF, Cisco and NetApp have jointly developed a new Cisco Validated Design based on VMware vSphere 6.5. What makes this FlexPod solution uniquely capable of jumpstarting VMware environments is the new Cisco-based SF9608 storage nodes powered by NetApp® SolidFire® Element® OS9. Combining Cisco’s UCS C220 with Element OS gives traditional […]

VMworld 2016 US Recap

September 13, 2016

After more than a decade, VMworld has become an annual staple in the fabric of IT infrastructure users, technology providers, and the channel. But in recent years, VMworld has somewhat leveled off in both attendance and sponsors. VMware is under attack by public clouds, open source (including OpenStack), and the containers movement. VMware has entrenched […]

The Missing Link in IT Automation

April 21, 2015

Last week, VMware’s Rawlinson Rivera posted on both his personal blog and VMware’s blog about addressing a key missing link in IT automation: storage. Rawlinson did a great job of detailing what IT consumers want, what they get, and how not all virtual disks are equal.   The current paradigm, however, treats storage as an […]