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Downsizing Data Centers by NetApp IT

Downsizing Data Centers by NetApp IT

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NetApp IT sought to adopt game changers like hyperscale computing, flash storage and SaaS as part of their cloud-first strategy. After taking a hard look at our data centers, NetApp IT established a strategic roadmap to downsize data centers where possible to lower costs, enhance services, and become more dynamic.

NetApp IT sought to adopt game changers like hyperscale computing, flash storage and SaaS as part of their cloud-first strategy. After taking a hard look at our data centers, NetApp IT established a strategic roadmap to downsize data centers where possible to lower costs, enhance services, and become more dynamic.

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  1. 1. in NetApp’s Sunnyvale campus by NetApp IT A Cloud-First Strategy NetApp IT sought to adopt game changers like hyperscale computing, flash storage and SaaS as part of their cloud-first strategy. After taking a hard look at our data centers, NetApp IT established a strategic roadmap to downsize data centers where possible to lower costs, enhance services, and become more dynamic. Hong Kong facilities consolidation in progress; 60% reduction to be completed in 2018 Sacramento data center closed in 2015 London data center closed in 2016 Sunnyvale data center closed in 2017 Total Power Cost Reduction to Date Servers & Network Sunnyvale Data Center Storage and Data Migration Fun Data Facts By closing the Sunnyvale data center, the team moved enough data to store... 20.2 PB © 2018 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice. NetApp, the NetApp logo OnCommand, and ONTAP are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. the United States and/or other countries. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such. A current list of NetApp trademarks is available on the web. Sources: Brain icon created by Freepik and Library of Congress logo sourced from https://catalog.data.gov/organization/library-of-congress All data migrations were powered by NetApp SnapMirror data replication technology. Completed in less than 18 months! $7M $8M $9M TIME 2015: Sacramento DC closed; operating cost = $7.7M/yr 2016: London DC closed; operating cost = $240k/yr 2016: Sunnyvale DC was consolidated, saving $115k/yr 2017: Sunnyvale DC closed; operating cost = $345k/yr 2018: Hong Kong facilities to be consolidated by 60%, saving $306k/yr

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