Software Defined Storage: The Future of Storage Coming into Focus

Software Defined Storage: The Future of Storage Coming into Focus

As data becomes more diverse, more distributed, and more dynamic, data management needs to adapt. For many companies, data is no longer centralized in the data center — it’s also at remote sites, cloud, and temporary instances. Data is diverse, spanning archival to high performance, file and block, secure and open, critical to temporary. This diversity requires specially adapted services. And finally, data changes characteristics – it grows, moves, shrinks, changes in importance.

In addition to adaptability, agility is required. Software-defined storage promises this cloud-like agility for on-premises deployment. NetApp® ONTAP® Select was released just a year ago, and we are already seeing proof of its impact. How do you create powerful momentum for a breakthrough data management service? By delivering unprecedented flexibility and innovation that meet real customer needs. Case in point: NetApp ONTAP Select.

In addition to adaptability, agility is required. Software-defined storage promises this cloud-like agility for on-premises deployment. NetApp® ONTAP® Select was released just a year ago, and we are already seeing proof of its impact.

How do you create powerful momentum for a breakthrough data management service? By delivering unprecedented flexibility and innovation that meet real customer needs. Case in point: NetApp ONTAP Select

Did You Know?

ONTAP Select is an easily deployed data management solution that runs on your current hardware, existing servers, transforming it into a software-defined storage (SDS) infrastructure. You can have it both ways: the best of the cloud-agility, superfast granular scaling, and also the resiliency and peace of mind of on-premises, closely managed resources

ONTAP Select is used across a vast array of industries and use cases, including financial services, high-tech manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, transportation, and public sector, and in all geographical regions of the globe.