NetApp will demonstrate its newest storage software and all-flash products for data analytics applications during the .conf2016 conference at booth T9. .conf2016 will feature more than 175 technical sessions, including more than 80 customer presentations. The conference will be held September 26 – 29, at The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resorts, Orlando, Florida.
At .conf2016 attendees will learn about the recently enhanced NetApp SANtricity storage software and the new NetApp E2800 all-flash array which would deliver the high levels of performance, usability, efficiency, and flexibility demanded by customers for data analytics workloads.
NetApp customers would also hear about the benefits of NetApp solutions for Splunk, including:
- Increased uptime to run Splunk applications with high-availability EF-Series and E-Series systems
- Accelerated searches versus commodity servers with internal storage
- Optimized performance and capacity of NetApp SANtricity storage software for Splunk Enterprise
“Gaining insights and value quickly from a range of mixed-workload environments through data analytics can be a true differentiator as organizations face increasing competition and IT complexity,” said Maria Olson, vice president, Global Alliances, NetApp. “Our collaboration with Splunk provides enterprises and midsize businesses with the affordable performance and simplicity it takes to maximize the value of their data.”
Customers can also connect with NetApp executive leaders and subject matter experts during a speaking session and solution demonstrations at booth T9. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Steve Fritzinger, business development manager at NetApp, in the following session:
Managing Your Data for the Long Term (#89200)
- When: Wednesday, September 28, 2:15-3:00 p.m.
- Where: Dolphin A1
During this session, Steve Fritzinger will share his experience and thoughts on managing Splunk data and using enterprise storage and Splunk. He will conclude with the latest trends in storage that will have an impact on operational intelligence.