Welcome to the Episode 301, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.”
This week, the SAN guy at NetApp – Mike Peppers (@NTAPFLIGuy) – drops by to discuss the latest advancement in NVMe as a protocol and what it means for the other TCP based SAN protocol – iSCSI.
For more information:
- Announcing NVMe over TCP for ONTAP
- Blocks and Files: NetApp adding NVMe over TCP to ONTAP — iSCSI upgrade path
- Also, check out Mike’s Insight session:BRK-1179-2: ONTAP Introduces NVMeTCP to Optimize and Democratize your SAN
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Episode 301: NVMe over TCP in ONTAP 9.10.1 – Transcript
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