Azure Storage Has Never Been So Cool!

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This session is about the Azure NetApp Files service. The Azure NetApp Files service delivers high-performance, low-latency file storage on-demand. We will cover the features of the service, such as snapshots, backups, replication and the new addition of the cool-access tiering feature. This new tiering feature is a great option to help drive down costs for Azure file storage whilst maintaining the great functional capabilities of Azure NetApp Files. The session will also include a live demonstration of the service and its features and Infrastructure-as-Code deployments.


Anthony Mashford

Microsoft MVP | Cloud Solutions Architect at NetApp working in the EMEA Azure Business Group

With more than two decades working in large Enterprises, Corporations and within the Microsoft Partner network, Anthony has gained a wealth experience & knowledge in varying architectures. Now specialising in Azure, specifically Azure NetApp Files and NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP, Anthony works to help clients envision and plan their journey to the cloud.

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