NetApp renews enterprise services in the cloud

NetApp renews enterprise services in the cloud
NetApp, a cloud-based, data-centric global software developer, unveiled a new serverless and storageless container solution from Spot by NetApp; a standalone platform for hybrid cloud and cloud-based virtual desktop solutions. NetApp's new capabilities aim to simplify and optimize multicloud management, for maximum performance at a low cost, delivering true portability for data-rich cloud applications, and providing comprehensive work solutions in hybrid cloud environments.

“To thrive in the new normal, digital transformation has become a business imperative. To be successful, companies need to optimize their multicloud hybrid IT architectures, ”said George Kurian, CEO of NetApp. "Regardless of where customers are on their transformation journey, NetApp can help them build a data fabric to maximize the value of their data, ensure applications run optimally, and get the best out of the cloud."
New features and capabilities introduced by NetApp today include NetApp's Spot Storage which, combined with Spot Ocean, allows organizations to cost-effectively build, deploy and run microservice-based applications on Kubernetes without administering storage and data services. A new standalone volume cloud platform, providing a unified experience to manage NetApp hybrid and multicloud storage and data services.

In particular, NetApp Cloud Manager offers full visibility and control over on-premise storage, Azure, AWS and GCP and offers a simple and native cloud experience for advanced data services: data synchronization, data backup, data tiering, file collection and compliance. Finally, the upgrade of the fully managed cloud-based NetApp Virtual Desktop Management Service (VDMS) with a new validated hybrid cloud virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) design.

As explained during a digital meeting press dedicated Matt Watts, NetApp Chief Technology Evangelist: “Application development has achieved a major evolutionary process. We have moved from those located on servers to virtualization, containers and functional solutions. We have also seen a similar evolutionary path for users, who have followed but also guided the customer journey towards innovation ".

Shachar Amiram, Vice President and General Manager NetApp, then concluded by explaining the benefits of the first solution serverless and storageless for containers. «Today's applications must be agile, versatile but complete. Given where the world of IT services is heading, it is clear that the future is increasingly made up of integration and multicloud. We think of the freedom offered by Kubernetes, which we have extended, in our sense, with Project Astra, a series of enterprise-class services that make it easy to obtain the data you need most, when you need it, then translating them into optimized and critical experiences for every business ".

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