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NetApp IT’s Journey from Monolith to Microservices

Like many companies, NetApp runs some old, large enterprise applications that are maintained like zombies. Barely kept alive, these apps are important to the company yet are complicated to keep updated and expensive to support. IT leaders...

TL;DR | Core Capabilities of CloudOne

In this NetApp on NetApp TL;DR (too long; didn’t read), Enterprise Cloud Architect Kamal Vyas explains the six core capabilities of NetApp IT’s hybrid cloud platform for DevOps, referred to as CloudOne, and how it enables developers to...

The Hybrid Cloud Platform Inside NetApp and its -aaS Options

NetApp IT has built a hybrid cloud platform, called CloudOne, that is powered by NetApp technology and allows application developers to build cloud native applications using microservices architectures running in containers. The platform provides...

CloudOne: Hybrid Cloud at NetApp

As applications rapidly migrate to public and private clouds, application developers are expecting more from traditional, enterprise infrastructure teams. Simply providing servers and storage in a corporate data center, even in a cost-effective way...

TL;DR | The Benefits of FlexClone Technology

In this NetApp on NetApp TL;DR (too long; didn’t read), Executive Director Matt Brown shares how NetApp IT uses FlexClone to reduce system refresh time, maximize storage efficiency, and improve application availability within database...

TL;DR | NetApp IT’s Spot Use Case

Prior to NetApp acquiring Spot.io, NetApp IT had adopted Spot in their operations running corporate business applications. In this TL;DR, Senior Director of NetApp IT Platform, Cloud, and Infrastructure Mike Morris shares the team’s results.

Building Web-Based Applications with Microservice Technologies

As applications rapidly migrate to cloud, application developers are expecting more from traditional enterprise infrastructure. NetApp IT embraced this demand and built a highly automated, self-service, cloud-based application development platform...

INFOGRAPHIC | NetApp’s Spot Use Case

More cloud. Less cost. Prior to NetApp’s recent acquisition of Spot, two of its IT teams had adopted Spot in their operations: Product Engineering for Cloud Volumes ONTAP test automation and NetApp IT for corporate business applications. Both...

SAP HANA Data Protection Made Better

When NetApp IT upgraded their SAP CRM on-premises landscape, a top concern was minimizing downtime, ensuring speedy backups, safeguarding against disasters, and provisioning test and production systems quickly with production data. The team chose...