Op­ti­miz­ing the En­ter­prise Cloud Stor­age Fu­ture

By 2020, IDC fore­casts that spend­ing on cloud ser­vices will nearly equal what is spent on tra­di­tional IT

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Cloud is chang­ing the way cus­tomers buy. It is both a big dis­rup­tor and an op­por­tu­nity for our cus­tomers and for NetApp. Our data fab­ric vi­sion and data man­age­ment strat­egy en­ables us to help cus­tomers take ad­van­tage of the op­por­tu­ni­ties cloud of­fers while min­i­miz­ing the risk.

NetApp‘s Data Fab­ric op­ti­mizes to­day’s work­loads, while pre­par­ing for your hy­brid cloud fu­ture. NetApp Pri­vate Stor­age for Cloud (NPS), is one of the so­lu­tions that brings the concept of Data Fab­ric to life. With NPS the com­pany of­fers a so­lu­tion to de­liver on the Data Fab­ric vi­sion. It com­bines lo­cal IT re­sources (on premise) with man­aged cloud ser­vices, and al­lows the IT in­fra­struc­ture to use data and data pro­cess­ing (com­pute) sep­a­rately. This makes it pos­si­ble for the data to be ex­tended into the cloud moved around freely.

With NetApp cloud stor­age sys­tems mo­bil­ity of data, in par­tic­u­lar the abil­ity to re­store it, is guar­an­teed through­out the en­tire du­ra­tion of the pro­cess­ing from the ‘cra­dle to grave’, i.e. from the first ‘com­put­ing job’ out of the cloud to the re­turn trans­mis­sion and ‘residue-free’ dele­tion from the cloud provider’s sys­tems with NetApp Data fab­ric so­lu­tion.

A new forecast from IDC re­cently found that the spend­ing on pub­lic and pri­vate cloud in­fra­struc­ture will in­crease more than 15% this year, for a to­tal of $37.1 bn. By 2020, IDC fore­casts that spend­ing on cloud ser­vices will nearly equal what is spent on tra­di­tional IT.

And as an im­por­tant en­ter­prise cloud stor­age player, NetApp re­cently de­clared rev­enues of $5.6 bn for fis­cal 2016. We are also seek­ing to cap­ture a big­ger pie in In­dia with our se­cured data stor­age and ex­per­tise in all-flash ar­ray market. 39

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