Journey to the Cloud with NetApp HCI – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 157

October 19th, 2018 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: In this week’s episode of Conversations in the Cloud, we welcome Cindy Goodell, Senior Manager for Solutions Marketing at NetApp. Cindy discusses the challenges that NetApp is hearing from customers about their journey to the cloud, noting that no two companies are in the same place with their digital transformation. Data is a critical component and companies are beginning to understand the need to balance the placement of their data. NetApp is leveraging partnerships with hyperscalers to leverage underlying storage needs in the public cloud, while also using NetApp Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) in the private cloud. NetApp HCI allows customers to place multiple workloads on one infrastructure, with predictable and consistent performance. NetApp wants to help customers utilize their data in the best possible way, including applications related to AI and machine learning. They want to ensure that companies are putting their data in the most efficient infrastructure and offer a portfolio of solutions to support wherever customers are trying to secure, move, or store their data.

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