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NetApp Brings NFS to Microsoft Azure

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NetApp Brings NFS to Microsoft Azure

NetApp expands its partnership with Microsoft as it announces of the integration of NetApp Network File System (NFS) technology into the Microsoft Azure cloud.

NFS offerings are already available on public clouds, but the Microsoft-NetApp partnership delivers NFS natively in Azure via the cloud's console. As such it is available to both NetApp and non-NetApp customers, and promises levels of NFS performance identical to those of on-premises datacentres.

Through the Microsfot Azure Enterprise NFS services admins can also provision, automate and scale NFS services by using RESTful APIs. Data protection comes through on-demand automated snapshots, and the service supports both NFS V3 and V4 workloads to customers operating in the cloud and hybrid cloud. It also integrates with other Azure services, such as analytics, SQL services and SAP Hana for Azure.

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Accelerite Intros Rovius Hybrid Cloud

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Accelerite Intros Rovius Hybrid Cloud

Software developer Accelerite looks to take on cloud heavyweights VMware and Nutanix with Rovius Cloud-- a hybrid cloud platform based on CloudPlatform, which was acquired from Citrix back in March 2016.

Rovius Cloud runs on commodity hardware, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) or blade servers, and is server, storage and hypervisor agnostic. It supports both software-defined storage and legacy SAN and NAS appliances, as well as VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XensServer and any others.

The platform also allows organisations to provision workloads from on-premises datacentres to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud, with similar functionality to follow for Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure.

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Insight Buys Dutch Caase.com

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Insight Buys Dutch Caase.com

Managed service provider Insight buys further into Europe with Caase.com, a Dutch cloud services provider and Microsoft partner. Financial details of the deal are not available.

"Getting ready and thriving in the digital world is imperative for organisations today," Insight EMEA president Wolfgang Eberman says. "Cloud solutions are the enabler to accelerate innovations. I am convinced that together Insight and Caase.com are perfectly positioned to help organisations cost-effectively buy and manage IT whilst supporting them in their digital transformation through our comprehensive Intelligent Technology Solutions"

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Qumulo Launches "Universal-Scale" File Storage System

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Qumulo Launches

Qumulo presents what it claims is the first "universal-scale" file storage system-- Qumulo File Fabric (QF2), a next-generation storage system able to create a single file domain spanning on-premises datacentres and the cloud.

Designed to work to both own datacentres and the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud, QF2 promises to provide enterprises with storage, management and access of file-based in any operating environment, at petabyte and global scale. It uses cross-cluster replication to move data wherever it is needed, be it on premises and the cloud, with no limit to the amount files used.

The company claims it already has customers with data footprints "in excess of a billion files."

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Arista Any Cloud for Cloud Consistency

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Arista Any Cloud for Cloud Consistency

Arista promises to bring consistency to cloud networks with Any Cloud-- a means for enterprises to simplfiy the integration and management of hybrid clouds across private and public clouds.

The software platform uses the vEOS virtualised router to bring the Extensible Operating System (EOS) across multiple hypervisor and cloud deployment platforms. vEOS leverages the existing cloud-grade routing stack, and includes IPSEC VPN tunnels to securely interconnect workloads across multi-cloud deployments.

Meanwhile CloudVision technology enables zero-touch provisioning, streamlined network operations across private and public clouds, state streaming from real-time telemetry, event correlation and anomaly detection via analytics engine and a common dashboard for increased visualisation.

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