NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud

NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud

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NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud

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What is NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud?

The NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud is an integrated file service presented by the vendor as having the performance, availability, and security required to efficiently run business-critical applications. The fully managed service allows the user to consume file...
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What is NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud?

A Google Cloud integrated file service with advanced data management capabilities that are simple to use and deliver the performance, availability and security required to migrate and run your enterprise workloads in the cloud.

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Seth Arnoff | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We publish dozens of cloud instances for our customers across the globe. To promote our services we decided to use Google Cloud for its uptime, redundancy, ease of use, and support. NetApp Cloud Volumes Service helps keep our data safe, secure, and provides reliable uptime and redundancy for our applications. Myself and my Server administration team, use it directly. My Applications team connects to the servers remotely and can't even tell this is running on NetApp.
  • Redundancy for backup
  • Recovery for disaster recovery
  • Speed
  • Accessability
  • The interface could be jazzed up a bit.
  • It has a big learning curve.
  • Cost
This is great for safe, secure, storage. It's fast and reliable, especially since we use scalable Google cloud instances. I do not recommend this for test, low-end, or non-production instances. The cost is too high for test environments, and there is no added benefit instead of using slower storage. I also don't recommend using this if you are new to storage solutions.
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