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In­creas­ing Adop­tion of Al­lFlash So­lu­tions

En­ter­prises are look­ing for fast de­liv­ery data stor­age so­lu­tions to meet their data man­age­ment de­mands. It of­fers them greater ef­fi­ciency com­pared to tra­di­tional HDD stor­age. They can scale-out the so­lu­tions de­pend­ing on their needs and de­mands.

Shift­ing to Hy­brid Cloud So­lu­tions

There is a large amount of data gen­er­a­tion in en­ter­prises – most of which is very sen­si­tive. In or­der to re­tain con­trol over their data, en­ter­prises are now shift­ing to­wards hy­brid clouds, which en­ables them to ac­cess data on-premise and on pub­lic cloud in­fra­struc­tures. This also helps them over­come many se­cu­rity con­cerns.

Data Fab­ric

months with no capex in­fra­struc­ture. New us­age-based con­sump­tion mod­els, based on Plat­form-as-a-Ser­vice com­bined with new scale, com­pli­ance and data pro­tec­tion of­fer­ings, are mak­ing cloud in­fra­struc­ture more es­sen­tial for busi­nesses of all sizes.

New Tech­nolo­gies Be­come Stan­dard

All of th­ese busi­ness driv­ers will ul­ti­mately lead to the dom­i­nance of new tech­nolo­gies, par­tic­u­larly in the form of new ap­pli­ca­tion par­a­digms. We’ve seen this emerge in the form of to­day’s DevOps move­ment where com­po­si­tional pro­gram­ming based on mi­cro ser­vices and mashups, open source and con­tainer­iza­tion have taken hold. Cur­rently, Pres­i­dent, NetApp In­dia & SAARC To main­tain ef­fort­less move­ment of data across de­vices and cloud, Data Fab­ric will en­able en­ter­prises to re­tain con­trol of their data. It pro­vides seam­less and se­cure move­ment of data, thereby in­creas­ing agility. It helps en­ter­prises re­tain choice and con­trol over their data and also lever­age cloud re­sources de­pend­ing on con­sump­tion. th­ese are con­sid­ered niche so­lu­tions, but as the value of data be­comes more crit­i­cal to busi­ness and the pace of in­no­va­tion be­comes an even more cru­cial com­pet­i­tive weapon, they will quickly move into the main­stream. As that hap­pens, th­ese tech­nolo­gies will fur­ther re­duce fric­tion in the in­te­gra­tion of busi­nesses and the move­ment of tal­ent. His­toric par­al­lels in­clude the emer­gence of Eth­er­net as a net­work­ing stan­dard and Linux as a stan­dard op­er­at­ing sys­tem.

A Wider Dy­namic Range of Stor­age and Data Man­age­ment Tech Evolves

As IT ar­chi­tec­tures evolve to ac­com­mo­date ew cloud in­fra­struc­ture and new ap­pli­ca­tions, a wider dy­namic range of

Con­sumer­iza­tion of IT Per­sists

Per­haps most pro­found is the change in user ex­pec­ta­tions of iPhone-like sim­plic­ity and self-man­age­ment and the in­te­gra­tion of ap­pli­ca­tions and ser­vices. Th­ese ex­pec­ta­tions are af­fect­ing de­vel­op­ment across all tech­nolo­gies in stor­age and data man­age­ment. User ex­pe­ri­ences with mo­bile app sim­plic­ity in a wide va­ri­ety of forms has raised ex­pec­ta­tions for the us­abil­ity and sim­plic­ity of data man­age­ment soft­ware. And from a busi­ness stand­point, com­pa­nies are de­mand­ing this sim­plic­ity be­cause it will en­able them to use less ex­pen­sive re­sources to man­age their data while giv­ing them greater ac­cess and use of their data as a crit­i­cal busi­ness as­set.

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