My Name is Rocky

The Rocky release of OpenStack went public on August 28th and NetApp® is proud to have contributed in its development. NetApp continues to cement its place as a leading storage solutions provider for OpenStack and has added the following new features in Cinder and Manila. Cinder Multiattachment of volumes: NetApp drivers can now support multiattachment … Read more

My Name is Queens

On February 28th, the OpenStack community released its 17th version, codenamed Queens. As a leader in commercial storage solutions for OpenStack, NetApp added new features to Cinder and Manila. Cinder New Features Cinder now supports dynamic adjustment of overprovisioning space for volumes based on a calculation of free space in the backend, committed space, and … Read more

Automate the configuration of ONTAP systems for OpenStack with Puppet

Puppet is a configuration management utility that operates in a Server -> Agent method.  Desired configuration states are defined in manifest files, and when agents or devices are updated, any changes in these manifests are pushed to the end nodes.  NetApp has published Puppet modules for ONTAP, SolidFire, and E-Series with PuppetLabs.  The git hub … Read more

My Name Is Pike

NetApp is thrilled to have contributed to and congratulates the OpenStack Community on the Pike release of OpenStack.  The OpenStack Foundation’s Pike press release mentions a lot of new and exciting features across the board.  In this blog, we call out a few that are of particular interest to us. Cinder: Volume Groups Cinder now supports the new … Read more

There and Back Again: An OpenStack Tale

By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang Disasters happen for multiple reasons ranging from site failures to regional failures to human errors. Remember the Hyperscaler site failures over the past few years?  If It happens, are you prepared for it? Being at a storage company, living and working in 3rd platform, we are particularly interested in … Read more