We posed this question to a broad swathe of senior industry executives. Here's what they had to say.
Storage and data management vendor NetApp has introduced a new serverless and storageless solution for containers, added new services to Cloud Manager, launched a new virtual desktop management service, updated its Ontap data management software, increased the flexibility of its Keystone storage subscription service, and introduced SolidFire enterprise-grade software-defined storage.
Energy provider TasNetworks arose out of the merger of Transend Networks and Aurora Energy’s electricity distribution business. The combined business inherited a myriad of duplicated IT platforms, data centres and applications. Salvation came in the form of NetApp's intelligent storage.
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