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NetApp with Microsoft and Cisco simplifies transition to Private Cloud

NetApp has joined Microsoft Corp.’s Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track program with a validated data center architecture design that simplifies private cloud deployment and operations. The NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture design helps customers accelerate their business by enabling IT to rapidly respond to changing business needs while providing application availability and improving management efficiencies through automation.

The NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture design helps customers accelerate their business by enabling IT to rapidly respond to changing business needs while providing application availability and improving management efficiencies through automation.

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Validated through the Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track program, the NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture design helps customers reduce infrastructure and application deployment time from days to hours while helping them achieve greater utilization of their physical and virtual resource pools. The NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture design uses Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V R2 and Microsoft System Center, a common management platform to help ease management and enable automation and self-service provisioning of the entire private cloud infrastructure, including features such as automated self-service provisioning via native Opalis Integration Packs.

The NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture design uses Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V R2 and Microsoft System Center, a common management platform to help ease management and enable automation and self-service provisioning of the entire private cloud infrastructure, including features such as automated self-service provisioning via native Opalis Integration Packs.

Built on a flexible, shared infrastructure, the NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco design is a tested data center architecture that can scale vertically or horizontally. The architecture design is comprised of Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) servers and Cisco Nexus switches; Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V R2 and Microsoft System Center components, including Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager, Microsoft System Center Service Manager, and Opalis Integration Server; and NetApp unified storage systems running Data ONTAP, with a software bundle that includes the NetApp OnCommand 3.0 plug-in for Microsoft.

 

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