Welcome to the Episode 248, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.”
Recently, I tried to set up NetApp Harvest from scratch, using Grafana and Graphite. By the end of the day, with no working instance, I realized that it just wasn’t going to happen. Then, I remembered NABox and within minutes, I was able to start monitoring NetApp ONTAP performance.
This week, we invite NetApp Technical Account Manager Yann Bizeul (@ybontap), NetApp Performance TME Dan Isaacs (@danisaacs) and Client Solutions Architect at AHEAD, Dan Burkland (@dburkland) to discuss NABox – a self-contained, pre-configured VM instance of NetApp Harvest that lets you start monitoring NetApp ONTAP performance in a matter of minutes!
NABox can be found at: https://nabox.org/
Dan Burkland’s blog posts:
- Harvest + Docker Quickstart Blog Post: https://www.dburkland.com/how-to-setup-netapp-harvest-using-docker-using-pre-built-container-image/
- Harvest + Kubernetes Quickstart Blog Post: https://www.dburkland.com/how-to-deploy-kubernetes-with-netapp-trident-persistent-storage/
My blog post on converting the NABox OVA for use with Hyper-V:
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