Welcome to the Episode 290, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.” This week we discuss NetApp E-Series support for BeeGFS and the new CSI driver for containers and Kubernetes deployments. Joining us are Eric Weber (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Joe McCormick (@iamjoemccormick, https://www.linkedin.com/in/developedbyjoe/) from the NetApp E-Series engineering team. For more … Continue reading Behind the Scenes Episode 290 – NetApp E-Series BeeGFS CSI Driver
Welcome to the Episode 289, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.” This week, we discuss the latest news in the NetApp/Rubrik partnership and how Rubrik works with Ben Kendall (Alliances Technical Partner Manager, Americas at Rubrik, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-kendall-6436609/) and PF Guglielmi (Alliances Field CTO @pfguglielmi) of Rubrik and Chris Maino … Continue reading Behind the Scenes Episode 289 – NetApp and Rubrik: Better Together
ONTAP clusters utilize a backend cluster network to allow multiple HA pairs to communicate and provide more scale for performance and capacity. This is done by allowing you to nondisruptively add new nodes (and, as a result, capacity and compute) into a cluster. Data will be accessible regardless of where you connect in the cluster. … Continue reading How to see data transfer on an ONTAP cluster network
Welcome to the Episode 288, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.” This week, NetApp Principal TME Chris Gebhardt (@chrisgeb), PM Aniket Singh (email@example.com) and TME Yizhao Zhuang (firstname.lastname@example.org) join us to discuss the latest ONTAP System Manager 9.9.1 changes. For more information about System Manager: https://docs.netapp.com/us-en/ontap/ Podcast Transcriptions If … Continue reading Behind the Scenes – Episode 288 – ONTAP System Manager 9.9.1
I recently got a question about how to perform the following scenario: Run a script from Linux that calls PowerShell on a remote Windows client using KerberosRemote Windows client uses PowerShell to authenticate against an ONTAP SMB share That's some Inception-style IT work. The issue they were having was that the credentials used to connect … Continue reading Running PowerShell from Linux to Query SMB Shares in NetApp ONTAP
ONTAP is keeping the twice-yearly release cadence by providing spring and fall releases to keep up with the need for new and rapidly developing features. In addition, the cloud versions of ONTAP will use different release numbers. ONTAP 9.9 signifies the cloud release of ONTAP and ONTAP 9.9.1 is the on-prem release. You can download … Continue reading ONTAP 9.9.1RC1 is now available!