Network File System (NFS) was the first protocol supported by NetApp storage appliances way back in 1992, and has continued to be one of the most popular protocols used by customers to this day. That’s because despite being a relatively older protocol, NFS, still provides high performance, as well as secure and flexible connectivity to the storage capacity provided by clustered Data ONTAP.
For this week’s episode we sat down with Justin Parisi, Technical Marketing Engineer for NFS and Name Services at NetApp, to take a close look at the past, present and future of NFS. We also learn more about how NFS works, the differences between versions 2, 3, 4, and 4.1, and some of the most commonly implemented features of the later versions.
Wear your hard hat and steel toed shoes, we’re digging deep on this one!
- Clustered Data ONTAP: NFS Best Practice and Implementation Guide (TR-4067)
- The NetApp A-Team: On Tap to Set the Record Straight
Justin Parisi is the Technical Marketing Engineer for NFS and Name Services at NetApp. His expertise ranges across NAS protocols, as he also works extensively with CIFS/SMB and multi-protocol NAS, as well as with external services such DNS, Kerberos, LDAP and NIS. You can find him on Twitter (@NFSDudeAbides), his website, and at NetApp Insight presenting sessions 1881-3 and 1884-2.
VMworld 2015 Recap
Did you miss VMworld this year? Well the Tech ONTAP Podcast has you covered. Each day, we sat down and recapped all the news and highlights from the event.
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