The locker computer storage, NetApp becomes compatible with Cloud Volumes ONTAP.

Not everything has been artificial intelligence. In NetApp Insight 2018 there has also been time to address the topic of DevOps.

“obtaining business value from the data often depends on the ability of the developer to innovate rapidly by methods such as DevOps“ explained Brad Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of Cloud Infrastructure at NetApp, “but it is common for companies lacking the infrastructure that allows the approach flexible and collaborative with a genuine culture of DevOps requires”.

“NetApp”, account of this officer, “provides data products and services designed expressly to help align the development and operations, yet still provide the technological independence that developers need to continue creating and enhancing the value and strategic advantages to the company”.

What? For a start, the locker storage automated Trident, intended for containers, Docker, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, has been updated. As a novelty, wins support Cloud Volumes ONTAP from NetApp and can be used with several clouds. Also supports backup and restore with backups Snapshot of NetApp.

In the second place, at NetApp Insight has introduced the implementation of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on NetApp HCI as architectural verified. This is intended for the container management in the private cloud.

And as for the service Cloud Volumes, NetApp has announced more flexibility for the Google Cloud Platform and AWS.