• CommVault, NetApp partner on integrated backup appliance

    CommVault Backup Appliance is sold on NetApp E-Series hardware; backup software vendor looks to take on Symantec, EMC appliances.

    Dave Raffo5,210 pointsBadges:
  • NetApp StorageGrid and SteelStore revamped for Amazon clouds

    Upgraded appliances and a new release of Cloud OnTap target customers who want to run NetApp storage in Amazon public clouds.

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:
  • Are you running NetApp Private Storage in a public cloud?

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  • NetApp opens spigot for Cloud Ontap software, some won’t drink

    NetApp Cloud Ontap makes it easier to get data to and from the cloud, but doesn't help companies that primarily use on-premises storage.

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:
  • NetApp CEO makes ‘big bet’ on data management with Cloud Ontap

    NetApp leader Tom Georgens sees data management growing in importance thanks to the emergence of cloud, flash-enabled data centers and software-defined storage.

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:
  • NetApp E Series ‘performance’ flash array platform gets an upgrade

    The NetApp E Series now includes EF560 all-flash with 1.6 TB to speed database workloads, while the E5600 hybrid system scales to 2.3 PB of flash and hard-disk drive storage.

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:
  • Catalogic adds new version of copy data management app

    Version 2.0 release follows October soft launch and proofs of concept with NetApp storage customers; Catalogic roadmap includes integration in more storage arrays

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:
  • EMC, Dell and NetApp top NAS storage systems satisfaction survey

    Our ninth annual survey collected user feedback regarding the service and reliability of NAS storage systems.

    Rich Castagna1,165 pointsBadges:
  • How do NetApp’s FlexPod and EVO: RAIL systems compare?

    NetApp will soon ship a version of VMware's EVO: RAIL, which is designed to achieve similar goals as its existing FlexPod reference architecture. So how do they differ?

    searchStorage9,220 pointsBadges:
  • IBM N Series dropped from NetApp OEM deal, E Series stays

    IBM says it will stop selling NetApp FAS arrays as the IBM N Series to concentrate on its own branded systems; keeps OEM deal for NetApp E Series.

    gkranz785 pointsBadges:

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