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12704-3 - Bring Your Own Data to OnCommand Insight: Customize OCI with Data Important to You NetApp OnCommand Insight traditionally uses a structured schema that defines fixed objects and counters that can be collected and analyzed from devices. While this works well as a general approach, customers are increasingly working in a more varied and faster-changing environment that demands more flexibility and local adaptation in data collection. In addition to maintaining traditional collection pathways, OnCommand release 7.3.0 introduces a new "integration API" that allows users to bring their own data and view it as they want. Users can define new objects and counters and analyze them on site, allowing integration pathways with virtually any device or software stack in the infrastructure. These new objects and counters augment the existing traditional OnCommand data, enabling much more powerful and in-depth analytics, customized to the local environment. This talk covers in detail the new API syntax and how to use it. We provide a live demo using the API to solve common uses. The session also covers details of a new traditional data source that uses this API for data ingestion, the generic SNMP data source. Users can configure this data source to collect customized data from virtually any device that supports an SNMP MIB, and we provide and discuss examples. 1 Hour Breakout Jason Sprague
12708-2 - How NVMe and Storage-Class Memory Are Reshaping the Storage Industry Al-flash storage arrays based on NAND flash media deliver superb and consistent performance. In addition, advances in flash technology and data reduction capabilities extend the applications that can benefit from using solid-state storage. Two emerging technologies—nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) interfaces and storage-class memory (SCM)—will offer another dramatic improvement in performance and deployment opportunities. We will begin the session by explaining how modern computer systems speak to remote disks, and how and why we used the SCSI protocol for as many years as we did; then explain how these technologies are crippling modern storage media (SSD and SCM). We will explain NVMe and how it is designed for modern media. We will compare performance details and general I/O handling. From here, we will explore how this technology is being used today by NetApp, followed by an explanation of NVMe over data fabrics and how it could radically change storage architectures beyond simple speeds and feeds. You'll learn what these technologies are about, the benefits they offer and what you can and should do to prepare to adopt and take advantage of them. 1 Hour Breakout Jeff Baxter
12708-2-TRC - How NVMe and Storage-Class Memory Are Reshaping the Storage Industry (Mandarin Interpretation Available) Al-flash storage arrays based on NAND flash media deliver superb and consistent performance. In addition, advances in flash technology and data reduction capabilities extend the applications that can benefit from using solid-state storage. Two emerging technologies—nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) interfaces and storage-class memory (SCM)—will offer another dramatic improvement in performance and deployment opportunities. We will begin the session by explaining how modern computer systems speak to remote disks, and how and why we used the SCSI protocol for as many years as we did; then explain how these technologies are crippling modern storage media (SSD and SCM). We will explain NVMe and how it is designed for modern media. We will compare performance details and general I/O handling. From here, we will explore how this technology is being used today by NetApp, followed by an explanation of NVMe over data fabrics and how it could radically change storage architectures beyond simple speeds and feeds. You'll learn what these technologies are about, the benefits they offer and what you can and should do to prepare to adopt and take advantage of them. 1 Hour Breakout Jeff Baxter
Quinn Summers
12714-2 - Trends in Data Protection and the NetApp Role There are many ways to back up data. What has changed over the years and what has caused that change? Learn how NetApp Snapshot and replication technologies solve these complex backup and restore issues. Also learn how the various backup tools, including NetApp SnapCenter and third-party integration with vendors like CommVault, Veritas and Veeam make using Snapshot copies for enterprise data protection more accessible than ever. NetApp AltaVault, NetApp Cloud Control and hybrid cloud solutions are also key areas that we will address. This session also examines existing backup strategies that need a reliable, high-performance and cost-effective landing location. 1 Hour Breakout Jason Iehl
12717-2 - Use NetApp OnCommand Workflow Automation as a True Self-Service Portal by Abstracting User Input In this live demo, we show attendees who are already familiar with Workflow Automation (WFA) how to abstract the user input from your workflows. This will let you build reusable and operator-friendly workflows, where all parameters are externalized. Workflows originally designed for customer X can now be reused by other customers by simply replacing a single Excel file. User input is no longer focused on technical fields like cluster, vserver, lifs and protocol; but are now focused on business input, such as company, location, environment and service. Thanks to this abstraction layer, OnCommand Workflow Automation becomes a true self-service portal. This live demo shows you an all-in-one package that can be reused for 95% of your customers and already contains many ready-to-use workflows for multiple purposes, such as advanced provisioning and advanced decommissioning. 1 Hour Breakout Mirko Van Colen
12721-3 - Learn How To Make Advanced Workflows Last year we had amazing feedback on our live NetApp OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA) demo and our "dirty tricks." People asked for more, for a longer session and for level 3. In this 2-hour session, designed for advanced users who are already familiar with Workflow Automation, we share how to: • Create advanced workflows • Make custom schemes and dictionaries • Create custom datasources • Debug code outside of WFA • Interact with more than just NetApp clusters, such as Windows servers In this deep-dive session, you will also learn how to use advanced logging in your workflows and how to back up your WFA servers to a remote site in case of disaster. Basically, we will answer all the top questions that most WFA developers struggle with. 2 Hour Breakout Mirko Van Colen
12734-2 - Using Automation To Build a Self-Healing Data Fabric No matter how hard we try, or how much innovation we throw at a problem, it is extremely difficult to build a system that can respond to every imaginable issue in a way that will satisfy all users. This session explores the concept of self-healing fabric, and provides practical solutions that combine automation, monitoring and alert management for the NetApp Data Fabric—whether on-premises or in the public cloud. 1 Hour Breakout Yaron Regev
13039-3 - The Data Fabric API: Using Workflow Automation To Create a Platform-Agnostic DevOps API APIs deliver unparalleled power and flexibility, and can be used to solve the most complicated tasks. At the same time, they are highly dependent on a deep understanding of the underlying platform. In this session, we explore the concept of creating a powerful, yet safe set of APIs to develop code in the data fabric while abstracting the underlying platform — whether using NetApp All Flash FAS, NetApp SolidFire or any other solution in the NetApp Data Fabric portfolio. 1 Hour Breakout Yaron Regev
13145-1 - Data Privacy: Addressing the New Challenges Facing Businesses in GDPR, Data Privacy and Sovereignty One of the biggest challenges facing companies today is the rapidly growing expansion of data privacy and sovereignty laws. Whether you operate in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Pacific Rim, Latin America or any other jurisdiction; your ability to embrace new technology is impacted by the legal obligations to address data privacy compliance and localization as part of your planning process. These issues are even more important with the upcoming enforcement of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will impact companies anywhere in the world—even if they do not have operations in Europe. Companies jumping on the GDPR bandwagon are circulating misleading information—claiming to have tools and technology to solve GDPR issues. However, GDPR is first and foremost a legal compliance issue. In this session, we will discusses global data privacy laws, the myths and truths around GDPR and the impact GDPR will have on companies in the U.S. and elsewhere. We will also talk about the importance of building the required legal privacy compliance framework to meet obligations under data privacy laws, including GDPR. We'll examine why security is not the same as privacy and share the steps NetApp has taken to ensure compliance. The session also highlights how NetApp has met the model of excellence that has earned them recognition from data protection authorities in over 160 countries 1 Hour Breakout Sheila FitzPatrick
13147-2 - Implementing Performance Guarantees in Shared-Storage Environments The problem most IT departments face is how to deliver, at a reasonable cost, consistent and reliable performance to users with a shared storage architecture. With potentially hundreds or even thousands of workloads flowing in to and out of a shared storage pool un-governed, you’re only one SQL query away from a major performance incident. For predictable performance in an affordable structured storage environment that operates like a service provider, there is adaptive QoS. This session examines the methodology of storage as a service (SaaS) and how to deliver that to your customer with adaptive QoS. The session delves into the data analytics used to establish service levels and how to implement them with tools like NetApp OnCommand Insight, the Workflow Automation SLO pack and Service Level Manager. At the end of this session, you will be able to: • Analyze workloads in your environment • Classify workloads into service levels • Apply adaptive QoS policies 1 Hour Breakout Paul Chilton
13198-2 - SafeLite: Business Transformation Through Converged Infrastructure Safelite has been increasing IT agility to meet the challenging demands of the business through converged infrastructure with FlexPod. Hear how we're deploying high-speed, all-flash architecture to deliver application performance that drives business outcomes. 1 Hour Customer Presented Sessions Matthew Kletzly
Chris Brummer
Ben Fenstermaker
13236-2 - Rethinking VMware Backup with FabricPool NetApp has long led the VMware data protection market with our NetApp Snapshot integrated backups. These give VMware administrators the ability to quickly and easily protect and restore virtual machines (VMs). As IT has evolved, a new use for VM data protection has emerged with customers who want to keep remote Snapshot copies in a different cost model for efficiency. This session will explain how fabric pools change the backup architecture in a VMware environment. Fabric pools allow VM administrators to maintain large numbers of Snapshot copies on the primary system, while consuming little to no storage. This simplifies VM restorations so that the need to restore from secondary storage is all but eliminated. This session will also discuss how NetApp SnapCenter manages fabric pools and what the decision criteria is for deciding which storage service to use based on your requirements—AWS S3 or NetApp StorageGRID Webscale. 1 Hour Breakout Keith Aasen
13331-1 - BOF: State and Local Government, and Education (SLED) Customer Panel Attend this moderated, interactive panel discussion to learn how SLED customers are using NetApp technology to drive efficiencies, serve students and citizens and make groundbreaking discoveries. Panelists will discuss real-world best practices and how they are leveraging cloud, flash and virtualization solutions to meet their goals. Attendees will have an opportunity to network and socialize with peers in their industry. 1 Hour Birds of a Feather Christopher Pringle
Carlos Felix
Brian Viscuso
Steve DeGroat
Karen Borosky
Chip George
13517-2 - How To Integrate with NetApp SolidFire from the Bottom Up There are so many ways to manage your NetApp SolidFire storage system, choosing the right one can be confusing. We’ll start at the bottom and work our way up the stack, demonstrating all of the SolidFire integration options. Then we'll discuss the pros and cons of each. First you’ll see the APIs, SDKs and CLIs with demos of all the options available for implementing them. Then you’ll see our plugins for OpenStack, CloudStack and VMware—with a teaser demo of full automation capabilities in VMware. This session will use a mix of coding, scripting and clicking to show off all the integration options available to control your SolidFire storage system. 1 Hour Breakout Adam Haid
13534-1 - Intelligent Video Analytics for a Very Big Data World Data analytics and video analytics have evolved into intelligent video analytics capable of providing business value beyond the traditional physical security applications of liability avoidance using video surveillance. Intelligent video analytics combines aspects of traditional IP-based video surveillance, coupled with object storage, intelligent video analytic image processing, Hadoop-style machine and deep learning analysis plus application integration to create new revenue streams and real-time business insight. Lean how we capture or acquire these new data streams, curate that data throughout its extended life span then exploit the new data for monetization and business insight. These are complete solutions, focused on a repeatable business case across multiple industries. 1 Hour Breakout Ted Hayduk
13679-2 - Lower Your TCO with an All-Flash Storage Learn why all-flash improves the economics of your data center with real-world examples showing the true value of NetApp all-flash storage and the enhanced user experience that it provides. In this session, we’ll discuss the economic case for replacing hard-disk drives with solid-state drives, how to accurately size your flash needs and how to differentiate your current and past capacity needs. You will leave with a fresh way to look at all-flash, with a clear understanding of why and how to build a better business case by using the benefits of flash technology. 1 Hour Breakout Balbeer Bhurjhee
13902-2 - Securing and Hardening NetApp ONTAP 9 Updated with new content since last year, this session addresses the security and hardening functions of NetApp ONTAP 9. While the ONTAP solution unifies the storage infrastructure, often referred to as the NetApp Data Fabric, the ONTAP solution allows an organization to combine traditional data centers and new architectures into a unified data fabric. This lets organizations move, store and manage data across flash, disk and cloud resources in a unified manner. However, today's threat landscape continues to serve as a reminder of the importance and value of ensuring prescribed security objectives and confidentiality, integrity and availability for your organization's data and information. An on-demand lab complements this session. 1 Hour Breakout Andrae Middleton
13951-2 - BOF: Department of Defense (DoD) Panel Session The DoD-moderated panel features customers and NetApp engineers talking about their experiences with NetApp data storage solutions. Panelists will discuss tactical and enterprise solutions with real-world DoD challenges in today's evolving defense landscape, and how they're leveraging NetApp solutions to succeed. 1 Hour Birds of a Feather Richard Pedano Jr
Mario LaNasa
Jeff Stevenson
Michael Babb
Scott Rich
Shelie Brooks
14060-3 - Deploying Enterprise Atlassian Tools at NetApp In adopting a new set of development tools from Atlassian (JIRA, BitBucket, Confluence, Bamboo, Crucible), NetApp's engineering support team wanted to provide more than just new tools. They wanted to provide an enterprise-quality solution for the business. That meant providing: • Local redundancy, not just recovery in place • True turnkey disaster recovery, not just offsite data backup • Development and staging environments that could be cloned on demand from production—not separate, manually synchronized configurations Supporting a global engineering organization required validating a backup process for applications based on NetApp Snapshot copies—that only officially supported offline backup. They also had to create a cloneable environment that needed few or no configuration updates. This required network design to ensure production and development environments didn't cross. The resiliency of the design has already proven itself during a change to the underlying database shortly before going live and the inclusion of additional related products into the environment within the first months of the launch. They also added a test management tool to the configuration using the existing deployment architecture. This session will outline the storage, networking and virtual server approaches NetApp used to create this new deployment environment, and establish a reference architecture for future tool deployments. 1 Hour Breakout Daniel Holmes
Andrew Kerr
14184-3 - Large-Scale NetApp StorageGRID Deployments: Best Practices from the Field This session will share best practices on object storage scalability and reliability developed during NetApp StorageGRID Webscale projects in the media and automotive verticals. Starting with an overview of typical performance metrics for common workloads, we will discuss recommendations for an optimal StorageGRID setup—followed by an in-depth comparison of different approaches for load-balancing. We will describe the impact of failing components on performance, and make recommendations on how to optimize for performance and reliability at scale. The session will close with recommendations and examples for developing high-performance S3 clients, and how to demonstrate their performance based on presented performance metrics. 1 Hour Breakout Clemens Siebler
14184-3-TRJ - Large-Scale NetApp StorageGRID Deployments: Best Practices from the Field (Japanese Interpretation Available) This session will share best practices on object storage scalability and reliability developed during NetApp StorageGRID Webscale projects in media and automotive verticals. Starting with an overview of typical performance metrics for common workloads, we will discuss recommendations for an optimal StorageGRID setup, followed by an in-depth comparison of different approaches for load-balancing. We will describe the impact of failing components on performance, and make recommendations on how to optimize for performance and reliability at scale. The session will close with recommendations and examples for developing high-performance S3 clients, and how to demonstrate their performance based on presented performance metrics. 1 Hour Breakout Clemens Siebler
14251-3 - Everything You Need To Know About the S3 Protocol in NetApp StorageGRID Webscale Workloads currently running on file protocols like network file system (NFS) or server message block (SMB) are slowly transitioning to object storage. Dropbox-like services and web applications are the first wave, but other so-called "active archive" workloads in manufacturing, finance and other areas will follow. Changing existing applications, building new ones or updating scripts requires a deep understanding of the new object-storage APIs, S3 and Swift. This session will explain the capabilities of S3 as they have been implemented in the NetApp StorageGRID Webscale object-storage platform. We will walk through the basic concepts of reading data from or writing data to StorageGRID using S3; then dive into the more advanced features of versioning, bucket policies, pre-signed URLs, anonymous bucket access, multi-part upload and more. During the session, we will go through Python code to show how to use these features, as well as give real-world examples to make it easy to understand why these features are important and exactly how they work. 1 Hour Breakout Clemens Siebler
14252-2 - Building Scalable Web Applications with NetApp StorageGRID Webscale New storage technologies, once limited to file or block access, now include object storage access through new APIs like S3 or Swift. While most traditional applications store their data in databases or files, new and modern applications like Dropbox, Spotify and Instagram use object stores. In addition, enterprises are currently building new software for the cloud, and many of these naturally use object stores. This session will show you how developers can use the NetApp StorageGRID Webscale S3 API to build scalable web applications. From start to finish, we will walk through an example which will illustrate how S3 is typically consumed. For understanding the bigger picture, we will show the process of building a web-based file sync and share application using StorageGRID Webscale in combination with jQuery, Bootstrap and Ruby. 1 Hour Breakout Clemens Siebler
14281-2 - DevOps Automation: Configuration of NetApp ONTAP Made Easy with Ansible NetApp has integrations with many automation tools to allow easy and painless configurations of the storage infrastructure. Ansible is one such tool gaining popularity. An Ansible module takes care of how Ansible parses the desired state and relays it to the target environment. An Ansible playbook is basically a definition of what your end environment should look like. In this session, you will learn how to write playbooks using YAML, and to use Ansible modules for NetApp Storage to automate configuration tasks to get to your day-zero configuration as quickly and as reliably as possible. 1 Hour Breakout Banumathy Sundhar
14283-1 - BOF: U.S. Civilian Agencies Customer Panel The U.S. Civilian Agencies-moderated panel features customers and NetApp engineers talking about their experiences with NetApp data storage solutions. Panelists will discuss tactical to enterprise solutions and real-world DoD challenges in today’s evolving defense landscape, and how they’re leveraging NetApp solutions to succeed. 1 Hour Birds of a Feather Philip Adams
Christopher Olsen
Steven Breaz
Mike Dye
Shelie Brooks
15392-2 - Weaving the DevOps Workflow in to Data Fabric for Data Consistency and Collaboration with JFrog DevOps is all about people, process and technology. In the Continuous Integration(CI) and Continuous Delivery(CD) process, data consistency, mobility and availability for developers between cloud environments and remote sites is a critical requirement for mid-size to large enterprises. NetApp products, technologies and tools integrate with JFrog to provide better control over data from the development tools and the workflow layer for the developers and the asset owners. The Data Fabric from NetApp weaves into the DevOps process with JFrog Artifactory to provide data continuity and accelerate the overall software development lifecycle. 1 Hour Breakout Bikash Roy Choudhury
EDMILSON PEIXOTO
15396-2 - Accelerating Continuous Integration with Jenkins in the DevOps Process Using NSLM1.0 Jenkins is one of the popular Continuous Integration(CI) tools used in enterprises to automatically run tests and integrate builds when a developer submits any code change into the source code repository, during the development process. It also monitors the codebase stability and quality in accordance to DevOps best practices. During the development process, source code is modified, unit tested and built by the developers. The entire application development lifecycle data is created, stored and managed on ONTAP. Jenkins talks to the underlying storage resources using RESTful APIs that reduces build time and accelerates the user workspace environment using NetApp flexcones. Pre-packaging the user workspaces and making it available locally mitigates the risk of impacting the main source code repository, and improves storage space efficiency and reduces build and test time significantly. 1 Hour Breakout Bikash Roy Choudhury
15536-2 - NetApp AltaVault: Architecting and Best Practices for Backup to Cloud The NetApp AltaVault cloud-integrated backup appliance offers compelling features to incorporate cloud backup in to many organizations. In this session, you will see how to overcome challenges when backing up to the cloud, using practical lessons from recent technical updates as well as best practices for using SMB, NFS, Veritas OST and NetApp SnapMirror. Learn how to size and architect for a successful evaluation or implementation. Plus learn about valuable resources and tools for designing customized solutions to match backup requirements. 1 Hour Breakout Mike Braden
15635-2 - Oracle on NetApp ONTAP: Best Practices This session covers the fundamental information you need to get the best out of an Oracle database on NetApp ONTAP, with a focus on translating business needs into an optimal architecture. Topics include • Protocol choices • Network configuration for both redundancy and performance • Network file system (NFS) and DNFS • Storage-attached network (SAN) with ASM considerations • Performance management • QoS We will also review core principles of database data protection. You will consider the service-level agreements for backups and recovery, the methods of recovery available and the recovery scenarios you might encounter. We will then explain how to translate those protection requirements into an implementation based on ONTAP technology including NetApp Snapshot copies, NetApp SnapRestore, FlexClone and NetApp SnapMirror. 1 Hour Breakout Ebin Varghese Kadavy
Jeffrey Steiner
15635-2-TRC - Oracle on NetApp ONTAP: Best Practices (Mandarin Interpretation Available) This session covers the fundamental information you need to get the best out of an Oracle database on NetApp ONTAP, with a focus on translating business needs into an optimal architecture. Topics include: • Protocol choices • Network configuration for both redundancy and performance • Network file system (NFS) and DNFS • Storage-attached network (SAN) with ASM considerations • Performance management • QoS We will also review core principles of database data protection. You will consider the service-level agreements for backups and recovery, the methods of recovery available and the recovery scenarios you might encounter. We will then explain how to translate those protection requirements into an implementation based on ONTAP technology including NetApp Snapshot, NetApp SnapRestore, FlexClone, and NetApp SnapMirror. 1 Hour Breakout Ebin Varghese Kadavy
Jeffrey Steiner
15636-2 - Databases with NetApp ONTAP in Public and Private Clouds Cloud-based infrastructures are becoming easier to deploy and are delivering more and more value to real customers every day. The benefits are especially compelling for data-intensive environments such as databases. On-demand provisioning of compute resources allows a quicker response to changing business needs, while reducing license costs. Even more important, the advanced on-demand data management capabilities of NetApp ONTAP can combine with the on-demand compute abilities of a cloud infrastructure to take the benefits even further. It's easier to scale out, backups become faster and simpler to manage and disaster recovery can be a pushbutton procedure—all at lower costs than traditional approaches. Complicated needs such as DevOps and scale-out replication of database and application deployments become easier and allow users to create wholly new services. New technologies such as Docker are also starting to disrupt the traditional cloud architecture. This session will focus on real-world cloud deployments (including both public and private cloud options) in production with real customers. The focus is equally split between the business value of these approaches and the high-level technical implementation. We will discuss both Oracle and Microsoft SQL, but the principles apply to almost any database environment. 1 Hour Breakout Jeffrey Steiner
15653-2 - NetApp AltaVault and Databases: Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery NetApp AltaVault is for cloud backup and disaster recovery, but what does that mean in a real database environment? This session covers real-world uses with a model Oracle database environment. We'll first review the high-level architecture of such a solution and some of the details of what it looks like from an administrative point of view. We will explore all three aspects of the solution—backing up to the cloud, restoring from the cloud and disaster recovery within the cloud. We'll then review the business benefits such as the TCO and ROI analysis of the solution. NetApp AltaVault is a great cloud backup solution, but it's equally impressive in a disaster recovery situation. It's easy to design a fully automated DR strategy to bring an environment back online within the cloud. We'll start with a 650GB Oracle database backed up to AltaVault as a model. Disaster strikes, and the complete environment is then automatically brought online within the cloud. It relies on AWS as a cloud provider, but the approach could easily be adapted to other public and private cloud solutions. We will explain the complete process including scripts, APIs and other commands used to drive the provisioning of storage for the database server, creation and configuration of an AltaVault instance, reconnection to the cloud and the complete recovery of the database. The goal of the session is to enable sales teams and customers to better understand the real-world benefits of AltaVault for Cloud-based backup and disaster recovery. 1 Hour Breakout Jeffrey Steiner
15664-2 - Everything Storage People Need To Know About SQL Server Come and learn about SQL Server and NetApp storage, including new features of SQL Server 2016. Learn how to tweak, twist and tune SQL Server and your storage to get the last drop of performance out of it. Take a peek at how to transfer SQL Server on Windows to SQL Server on Linux with FAS, eSeries and NetApp SolidFire. 1 Hour Breakout Pat Sinthusan
15667-3 - SQL Server DevOps Acceleration with Containers and NetApp Storage DevOps operations and development engineers work together in the entire service lifecycle—from design through the development process to production support. Containers have exploded since 2013, and continue their rapid adoption in Linux communities—but not for Windows yet. Now there is an SQL Server container that can be used by DevOps. This session will demonstrate how to use Windocks, Windows Server 2016 and Docker containers to deploy SQL Server with NetApp storage. 1 Hour Breakout Pat Sinthusan
15885-1 - NetApp IT: Data Center Strategies to Enable Digital Transformation Join this peer-to-peer explanation on how NetApp IT enables digital transformation with data center strategies that incorporates NetApp ONTAP All Flash FAS systems in the data center to save power, cooling and space; and NetApp Private Storage and ONTAP Cloud to leverage the public cloud while retaining control of their data. Using NetApp OnCommand Insight for data-center management — and its integration with their configuration management database — the NetApp IT team knows what’s in their data centers, in terms of functionality, usage and inter-connections. NetApp IT believes knowing what’s in your data centers is fundamental to maintaining total cost of ownership, adapting to new technologies, leveraging the cloud while owning your data and enabling digital transformation. 1 Hour Customer Presented Sessions Stan Cox
Eduardo Rivera
15891-2 - NetApp IT: Real-World IT Efficiencies with Flash, ONTAP, OCI, AVA, StorageGRID, NPS Learn about the business results of running a global enterprise on NetApp technology. From being cloud ready to data compliant to prepared for a disaster, NetApp technology is at the heart of our stable, reliable IT data management environment. ● NetApp All Flash FAS results in 9:1 rack reduction, 82% reduction in annual power consumption and 185 metric tons of CO2 savings (82%). NetApp FabricPool maintains a performance tier and a capacity tier for data that has gone cold. ● NetApp OnCommand Insight (OCI) provides IOPS per TB of information critical to our tiered storage service levels. OCI is integrated with the configuration-management database (on ServiceNow) to identify top storage consumers for show back and better business decisions. ● NetApp Private Storage means IT manages and retains ownership of cloud data through Equinix colocation into AWS and Azure. ● NetApp AltaVault and NetApp StorageGRID replaced tape-based archives with a 95% reduction in consumed capacity and hands-off efficiency. NetApp SnapCenter cloud backup moves data from NetApp ONTAP to NetApp AltaVault. ● NetApp SnapMirror replication and NetApp SnapVault backup features of ONTAP move data across various public and private clouds to deliver a variety of business uses such as application migration, data replication and disaster recovery. 1 Hour Breakout Pridhvi Appineni
15891-2-TRJ - NetApp IT: Real-World IT Efficiencies with Flash, ONTAP, OCI, AVA, sGRID, NPS (Japanese Interpretation Available) Learn about the business results of running a global enterprise on NetApp technology. From being cloud ready to data compliant to prepared for a disaster, NetApp technology is at the heart of our stable, reliable IT data management environment. ● NetApp All Flash FAS results in 9:1 rack reduction, 82% reduction in annual power consumption and 185 metric tons of CO2 savings (82%). NetApp FabricPool maintains a performance tier and a capacity tier for data that has gone cold. ● NetApp OnCommand Insight (OCI) provides IOPS per TB of information critical to our tiered storage service levels. OCI is integrated with the configuration-management database (on ServiceNow) to identify top storage consumers for show back and better business decisions. ● NetApp Private Storage means IT manages and retains ownership of cloud data through Equinix colocation into AWS and Azure. ● NetApp AltaVault and NetApp StorageGRID replaced tape-based archives with a 95% reduction in consumed capacity and hands-off efficiency. NetApp SnapCenter cloud backup moves data from NetApp ONTAP to NetApp AltaVault. ● NetApp SnapMirror replication and NetApp SnapVault backup features of ONTAP move data across various public and private clouds to deliver a variety of business uses such as application migration, data replication and disaster recovery. 1 Hour Breakout Pridhvi Appineni
15983-3 - Architecting NetApp SolidFire for Databases NetApp SolidFire comes with several features that can provide flexibility, investment protection and peace of mind when implementing databases. In this session, you will learn best practices for deploying databases on SolidFire, doing database clone copies and data-protection strategies. We will show how deployments of relational databases like Oracle, SQL and MySQL can all benefit from QoS controls that can make consolidation safe and efficient. We will also have brief demos that showcase the workflows. 1 Hour Breakout Bobby Oommen
15989-3 - SolidFire in Action: How To Do Backup and Recovery with Databases This is a demonstration session that covers the backup, recovery and cloning of SQL Server, Oracle and Mongo databases. Users will get the opportunity to run workflows that are based on the NetApp SolidFire APIs. 1 Hour Breakout Bobby Oommen
15996-2 - Meet SEC Compliance and Thwart Insider Attacks with WORM Storage and NetApp SnapLock Rogue admin scenarios, ransomware and regulatory compliance requirements are the issues affecting every business today. Learn how to use NetApp SnapLock, the NetApp regulatory compliance solution, on NetApp ONTAP 9 to provide secure and enforced data retention while taking advantage of the other advanced ONTAP data protection features. 1 Hour Breakout Siddharth Agrawal
16047-1 - NetApp Digital Support Is #DataDriven With Watson™ NetApp created Elio With Watson™ from IBM—a cognitive computing application that understands natural language input and uses machine learning to respond to questions quickly and accurately. In this session, find out how Elio is transforming digital support and dramatically cutting the time to solve customer issues. Learn from the NetApp Elio team and the IBM Watson team what makes this project such a success. Hint: it’s #datadriven. 1 Hour Breakout Ross Ackerman
Jennifer Kaufman
16047-1-TRJ - NetApp Digital Support Is #DataDriven With Watson™ (Japanese Interpretation Available) NetApp created Elio With Watson™ from IBM—a cognitive computing application that understands natural language input and uses machine learning to respond to questions quickly and accurately. In this session, find out how Elio is transforming digital support and dramatically cutting the time to solve customer issues. Learn from the NetApp Elio team and the IBM Watson team what makes this project such a success. Hint: it’s #datadriven. 1 Hour Breakout Ross Ackerman
Jennifer Kaufman
16130-2 - Protecting vSphere 6.5 Using ONTAP Metro Cluster If you want to implement a high-availability solution in a vSphere 6.x environment, come and learn all about implementing a vSphere Metro Storage Cluster (vMSC) solution running on NetApp Metro Cluster. in this session, you'll learn how to architect the solution, end-to-end configuration best practices and lessons learned in the field while deploying this solution. 1 Hour Breakout Rahul Sharma
16268-2 - Keys to Business Continuity During ONTAP Hardware Tech Refreshes Customers tell us that NDO is a core value proposition for NetApp ONTAP. They expect to complete tech refresh activities by joining nodes to the cluster, leveraging vol move and removing nodes from the cluster. Today‘s ONTAP certification and support policies do not align with hardware support policies to deliver on our NDO promise. New platforms for tech refresh may not be able to join existing clusters because older supported systems cannot be upgraded to new ONTAP versions required for new platforms. Supported shelves in clusters are not supported with new ONTAP versions. Global sales and delivery teams are largely unaware of current constraints and approaches to nondisruptive cluster tech refresh in these scenarios. In this session, we will be able to illustrate how to successfully plan and execute tech refreshes and NDO upgrades from Clustered Data ONTAP 8.x to ONTAP 9.x. Options will include the use of swing gear, vol move and controller upgrades using aggregate relocate. 1 Hour Breakout Chris Lueth
16288-2 - Migrating Applications to the Hybrid Cloud, Leveraging a Cost Neutral Journey (CNJ) This session is an interactive review and discussion of a public-sector use case involving a U.S. federal government agency's initiative to migrate enterprise and mission applications into a hybrid cloud. The specific hybrid-cloud solution is defined as a true, consumption-based fee model for IT capacities from: • Private cloud storage using NetApp NPS • High-speed connectivity using Equinox DirectConnect • Public cloud compute using AWSGovCloud • FedRAMP-authorized managed services from 1901 Group LLC The agency utilized an incremental, cost-neutral-journey (CNJ) approach to simultaneously reduce operations and maintenance (O&M) costs of legacy services to free up funding and resources to design, prioritize and implement disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), storage as a service (STaaS) and the migration of mission applications to the hybrid cloud. Use case includes review and discussion of the design process including data security and encryption technologies, data replication technologies, data storage technologies and regulatory compliance considerations plus project/program lessons learned. 1 Hour Customer Presented Sessions Rediet Tilahun
Tom Pugliese
16337-1 - Data-Centric Security in a Hybrid Cloud World Whether for a public, private or hybrid cloud, NetApp offers solutions to meet our customers' needs. These solutions may be augmented with partner products to offer enhanced security. In this session, we present security in the data fabric as depicted in our key whitepaper (http://www.netapponcloud.com/hubfs/Data-Fabric/datafabric-wp.pdf). You will gain an understanding of security responsibilities and solutions throughout the data fabric, which includes the hybrid cloud. During the discussion, we'll focus on NetApp ONTAP and NetApp Storage Encryption, ONTAP's NetApp Volume Encryption, ONTAP Cloud for Amazon Web Services (AWS), NetApp Private Storage for Cloud, NetApp AltaVault and more. We will help you understand what each solution has to offer and how they work together to create a seamless security posture throughout the data fabric. 1 Hour Breakout Andrae Middleton
16343-3 - Automating Management of Your E-Series Storage System Using RESTful APIs This is an introduction to using the Web Services API to manage and monitor NetApp E-Series storage arrays, individually and at scale. The Web Services API is a RESTful API that provides language-agnostic management capabilities to E-Series customers, developers and integrations using HTTP and JSON. The session walks you through basic API usage, provides realistic and non-trivial examples of key features and demonstrates ways that the API can be both directly and indirectly consumed. 1 Hour Breakout Loren Price
16365-2 - First-Generation HCI versus NetApp HCI: Tradeoffs, Gaps and Pitfalls Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is one of the fastest-growing market segments in the technology space today with an 87% CAGR. Starting as a nascent technology in 2011, the last 6 years have seen 38 companies, from small startups to global technology giants, work to provide a solution for this new infrastructure consumption model. These first-generation HCI solutions share many common characteristics and have made progress in solving many of the needs of modern IT buyers. Still, for all of the progress made, there are significant architectural challenges that first-generation HCI solutions face. In this NetApp Insight session, you will learn the characteristics of what the first generation of HCI got right, but more important, what the limitations are with their approach. We will also highlight the the architectural trade-offs many of these solutions face. Finally, you will learn why NetApp HCI is the right solution for today's enterprise and next-generation infrastructure buyer. 1 Hour Breakout Gabriel Chapman
16365-2-TRC - First-Generation HCI versus NetApp HCI: Tradeoffs, Gaps and Pitfalls (Mandarin Interpretation Available) Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is one of the fastest-growing market segments in the technology space today with an 87% CAGR. Starting as a nascent technology in 2011, the last 6 years have seen 38 companies, from small startups to global technology giants, work to provide a solution for this new infrastructure consumption model. These first-generation HCI solutions share many common characteristics and have made progress in solving many of the needs of modern IT buyers. Still, for all of the progress made, there are significant architectural challenges that first-generation HCI solutions face. In this NetApp Insight session, you will learn the characteristics of what the first generation of HCI got right, but more important, what the limitations are with their approach. We will also highlight the the architectural trade-offs many of these solutions face. Finally, you will learn why NetApp HCI is the right solution for today's enterprise and next-generation infrastructure buyer. 1 Hour Breakout Gabriel Chapman
16365-2-TRJ - First-Generation HCI versus NetApp HCI: Tradeoffs, Gaps and Pitfalls (Japanese Interpretation Available) Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is one of the fastest-growing market segments in the technology space today with an 87% CAGR. Starting as a nascent technology in 2011, the last 6 years have seen 38 companies, from small startups to global technology giants, work to provide a solution for this new infrastructure consumption model. These first-generation HCI solutions share many common characteristics and have made progress in solving many of the needs of modern IT buyers. Still, for all of the progress made, there are significant architectural challenges that first-generation HCI solutions face. In this NetApp Insight session, you will learn the characteristics of what the first generation of HCI got right, but more important, what the limitations are with their approach. We will also highlight the the architectural trade-offs many of these solutions face. Finally, you will learn why NetApp HCI is the right solution for today's enterprise and next-generation infrastructure buyer. 1 Hour Breakout Gabriel Chapman
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