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By apacciooutlook | Monday, August 03, 2020
BOULDER, CO: Globe Telecom, a Philippines based telecommunications service provider, leverages NetApp SolidFire all-flash scale-out storage platform to support its Virtual Private Cloud and Dedicated Private Cloud offerings.
NetApp SolidFire, a provider of all-flash storage systems, will enable Globe Business’ internal and external customers to meet their storage capacity and performance needs by deploying its automated, scalable infrastructure storage platform. This will ensure high performance with lower cost efficiency.
NetApp SolidFire is also integrated with VMware vSphere; SolidFire’s platform enables to put all the workloads on a single, secure, high-availability solution which will completely automates VMware storage and easily scales to closely match compute platform growth. It is integrated via REST-based API, allowing for complete automation, instant provisioning and end-to-end monitoring.
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NetApp SolidFire’s unique all-flash architecture met all of Globe Business’ criteria to help its customers embrace cloud-first principles, optimize resources, and maximize business opportunities. With NetApp SolidFire’s scale-out design, customers can scale and control performance and capacity independently, without downtime or disruption. Utilizing NetApp SolidFire’s always-on data-at-rest encryption and real-time replication, customer data always stays safe and secure.
“The telecom market in the Philippines is among the most vibrant and innovative in Asia/Pacific region with service providers offering innovative data services to help businesses and consumers successfully embark into IDC's 3rd Platform era," says Rajnish Arora, Vice President for Enterprise Computing of IDC Asia/Pacific. "By providing differentiated services like guaranteed performance and scale-out storage, cloud service providers gain a significant edge over their competition and are uniquely positioned to meet the needs of the most demanding customers."
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