Infographic: NetApp Data Fabric Infographic
Hybrid cloud storage enhances the flexibility of your data, but it also raises new governance and security concerns. In this infographic, you’ll learn 10 ways that NetApp’s Data Fabric supports your enterprise’s data management efforts.
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NetApp Data Fabric, 10 Good Reasons
Our vision for the future of data management enables you to build a foundation for the hybrid cloud today, and then use it to connect with a variety of services in the public cloud based on your business needs.
2. Freedom of choice
We help IT organizations build a Data Fabric for the hybrid cloud that seamlessly connects resources and allows data management, movement and protection across internal and external cloud services.
Ensure you can maintain required data governance, with the ability to rapidly adapt your hybrid cloud when current regulations change or new ones come into force, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
4. Seamless data management
A Data Fabric enables you to securely manage data across different clouds as easily and seamlessly as consumers can manage data across personal devices.
5. Unified architecture
We provide a unified, software-defined architecture so that data management remains consistent across cloud services.
Eliminate silos by enabling data to flow as applications are moved, whether from legacy platforms to cloud services with nearly unlimited scale or from the public cloud back to IT-managed, private cloud environments.
7. Complete flexibility
An overarching data management component for storage services makes it possible to readily move data to and from hyperscale clouds such as Amazon Web Services (AWS®) and Microsoft® Azure®, or near them with NetApp® Private Storage (NPS).
8. Backup & recovery
Consistent management across a data fabric makes it possible to employ efficient data transfers for cloud-based backup and recovery, Disaster Recovery (DR) and archiving.
A single control plane that monitors and controls the flow of data throughout the cloud enables you to maintain stewardship of your data, regardless of where it's stored.
10. Faster response
Enable your business to respond to customers faster by accelerating IT cycle times from development and testing through to production.