Last year, I transitioned from the on-prem ONTAP product group over to the Google CVS and Astra group to work on some new challenges. While over there, I created some new stuff. For starters, I partnered up with Oliver Krause to work on a Cloud Volumes Services security doc for Google Cloud. You can find … Continue reading New Year, New Role!
How to Configure MacOS to Use Active Directory LDAP for UNIX users/groups
In NetApp ONTAP, it's possible to serve data to NAS clients over SMB and NFS, including the same datasets. This is known as "multiprotocol NAS" and I cover the best practices for that in the new TR-4887: TR-4887: Multiprotocol NAS Best Practices in ONTAP When you do multiprotocol NAS in ONTAP (or really, and storage … Continue reading How to Configure MacOS to Use Active Directory LDAP for UNIX users/groups
Brand new tech report: Multiprotocol NAS Best Practices in ONTAP
I don't like to admit to being a procrastinator, but... (Not actually a sloth) Four years ago, I said this: And people have asked about it a few times since then. To be fair, I did say "will be a ways out..." In actuality, I started that TR in March of 2017. And then again … Continue reading Brand new tech report: Multiprotocol NAS Best Practices in ONTAP
New/Updated NAS Technical Reports! – Spring 2020
With the COVID-19 quarantine, stay at home orders and new 1-year ONTAP release cadence, I'm finding I have a lot more spare time, which translates into time to update old, crusty technical reports! Some of the old TRs hadn't been updated for 3 years or so. Much of the information in those still applied, but … Continue reading New/Updated NAS Technical Reports! – Spring 2020