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We use pretty much every part of the product in our company. The core of our company is in the United States and Germany and we are using MetroClusters usually for that kind of workload.
We use this solution for Hyper-V, VMware, SQL, Enterprise Vault, and Commvault.
We use it to manage data in the cloud.
We use ONTAP to take care of the filers. We have quite a few filers and we use it to increase and decrease storage and make new volumes. All the stuff we use Data ONTAP for makes managing all the filers very easy to take care of. The reason that we use Data ONTAP for everything is that we have it on all of our systems, we have a lot of customers. We use it for our virtual environments in which we make a big data store. Our way to tell people is to just pop in VMs and they use it. We have a cloud environment and a lab environment. We either do NFS VM stores, people just pop in VMs or we put them on iSCSI, they connect to the VMs and poof they're there. We have NetApp and then the networking, so we're right on top as an oxygen service. It's used everywhere, production, development, whatever you got, we're there.
Our primary use case for ONTAP is for all of the protocols we use like CS, NFS, EFC, ISKC.
Our primary use case for ONTAP is that our whole platform is running on ONTAP. We have all the client data that we're using on the files, in our data center.
My primary purpose for NetApp ONTAP is for the MetroCluster. We have two data centers and we have it housed there for high availability and fault tolerance.
My primary use case is we have both Windows and Unix and they share file systems for compiling code. The big advantage with NetApp is the ability to file Linux symlinks in the Windows environment.
Our primary use is predominately NFS data stores, iSCSI LUNs for SQL databases, and CIFS file share.
My primary use case for ONTAP is for VMware. We also use it for exchange and file storage.
I have use this storage appliance, which they have on-premise. It is for taking backup off onsite data. This is a storage and NAS device.
The primary use case is for storing flat files. The secondary use case is as a conduit for long-term archiving.
We use this storage device for databases, storing databases, and VMware. When it comes to databases ,we have Oracle, SQL, and mission-critical applications. Therefore, we need very good response times, and we get very good response times from NetApp All Flash systems.
We use it to manage storage for our customers. Our customers use it for mission-critical applications, such as backup circuits.
Our primary use case is network-attached storage.
We're using it as a file-based solution. The majority of our business users are file-based. We're also using it for virtualization for backup storage. Its programs are very good. We are also evaluating the All Flash FAS solution.
Our primary use case is file storage. We use it for SMB CIFs and Fibre Channel LUN for Hyper-V.
I work for an oil and gas company. We go out to the field and get oil from the ground. The primary use case is for development and preparation for production.
I have about 500 volumes that I manage, and I love it.
We use it for everything, like the NAS and SAN functionality. It's a back-end for the host VMs and the Microsoft SQL Database, which is directly attached to them. We also use all-in-one file servers.
We are a NetApp distributor. We offer assistance for banking solutions, energy companies, and companies that do retail.
We use it for SMB and CIFS for different departments. It is also used for HIPAA and FTC compliance.
We use it to store email files, mainly JPEGs.
The primary use case for this solution is the storage and backup.
We're using it for all of our enterprise architecture. So, we use everything from CIFS, NFS, Fibre Channel LUNs, Fibre Channel over Ethernet, and iSCSI. Therefore, we're pretty much using the gamut. We have a little bit of SAS storage tier, SATA storage tier, and SSD as well.
We use it for the security business. We use it mostly for capacity-oriented purposes, rather than performance-oriented.
It's our main storage platform for our business applications. We have SQL and we do a lot of video editing. We also have a lot of media and sound data. Radio stations and TV stations keep some of their data on it.
We are using it for the cloud and storage: NAS and SAN.
We have an SAP HANA migration project going on. We bought NetApp a couple of years back, and our first solution was to migrate the data to the HANA boxes. In terms of mission-critical applications, the first phase of migrating the legacy systems was to migrate all the mission- and business-critical applications to the new platform. The customer has a lot of legacy applications. Most of the mission-critical applications have been moved. The only mission-critical application that is left is the website application that the customer uses. Once that is done, all of the mission-critical applications will be in NetApp.
We use it as a file-based storage. We store a lot of unstructured and application data. Mostly data which needs to be shared across multiple mount points.
We use it for electronic design automation, build, and regression.
We are using the NetApp solution to host our tier-two storage workloads. We use it for virtualization and as a database for applications such as Microsoft Exchange, SQL, and Oracle.
We use it to manage our NetApps.
We use Data ONTAP to provide CIFS and NFS shares, as well as direct attached data stores for VMware.
We use it for network shares and being aware of backups.
We use it with the All Flash FAS solution. There are a lot of the reasons that we chose this solution. We are going the direction of automation in the cloud. It has flexibility and supportability around NetApp solutions and products.
We are a storage provider for a government entity. We serve data to profilers and other government entities.
It is the easiest way to backup, restore data, and access data along with keep it secure. It has an easy interface to manage all the data.
We use it for the NAS solution. We have a NAS infrastructure with NetApp ONTAP.
* SnapVaulting * SnapMirroring * Backing up
ONTAP runs our Tier 1 data center. We use it for running all our virtualization, backups, etc.
The primary use case is as an application file server.
ONTAP is the OS for NetApp storage controllers. We use it to provision storage or line volumes for our internal customers requesting storage either for databases, the storing of flat files, etc.
It's our enterprise storage solution where we keep 95 percent of our data. We use it for our mission-critical applications: All our SQL, Exchange, data warehousing, and anything with heaving I/O processing.
We use it for storing unstructured data.
ONTAP is currently being used for data backups, migration of data, and volume management.
We use it for enterprise storage. We use data ONTAP to solution and enterprise storage for our core data centers. We use a lot of SnapVault and SnapMirror features for disaster recovery and daily backups to meet SLAs.
We use it for on-premise storage.
We primarily use it for our file server environment: all our home shares, group shares, etc.
We use it for VMware.
The primary use case is to move from Fibre Channel to SolidFire.
One use case is user files, when customers are trying to place their unstructured data and then access it remotely. A second case is is VDI. All the VDI uses have their home drives hosted in NetApp. In addition, we use NetApp for general-purpose, such as Unix applications, database archives, big data, when they need a lot of reads and fewer writes. That data comes into NAS. In our firm, we use it for tier-three and tier-four, which needs less than 20 millisecond response times. Those types of applications are deployed in NetApp.
We use it for all our storage requirements.
We use it for cloud. We have a big VMware environment with CIFS, NFS, and other applications. Most of the data is on NetApp.
Our primary use case is for serving the file server files. File storage is for the member offices and accessing that data.
We use ONTAP for systems management, running and managing storage appliances. ONTAP, for us, is underpinning all the software that sits on top of our hardware. We manufacture the infrastructure side of NetApp appliances. We use the capabilities of ONTAP for our customers. It's a case of implementation of that software and using that software to manage the storage arrays we're putting into our clients' environments. We also use it for PoCs. We'll deploy the software and demonstrate it for customers.