Azure NetApp Files: May Update

Another month has passed and with it another development sprint of Microsoft’s shared files platform has been delivered. In this release the following features and enhancements have been delivered: Backup Policy Users for SMB/Active Directory Connections This feature allows for the use of privileged (i.e. a non AD administrator account) when migrating data to SMBContinue reading “Azure NetApp Files: May Update”

🚀 Azure NetApp Files in 2020: January Update 🚀

We’re barely into January 2020 and already the team has been hard at work to bring new features and enhancements to the Azure NetApp Files service for Azure users. Join Geert Van Teylingen (Microsoft – GBB Tech Specialist for Azure Advanced Storage) & myself (NetApp – Principal Architect) as we run through the latest inContinue reading “🚀 Azure NetApp Files in 2020: January Update 🚀”

Azure NetApp Files: Enable Alerting

Azure NetApp Files is Microsoft’s enterprise shared file service (read more here). As a first party service is allows you to deploy private NFS & SMB storage to your VNETs in seconds. As it is a Microsoft first party service, it also allows you to easily monitor key metrics via the Azure Monitor. I willContinue reading “Azure NetApp Files: Enable Alerting”

ANF Scheduler: December Update

For users of Azure NetApp Files the ability to take on demand snapshots and instantly restore any application is a powerful one. Snapshots can be taken on demand or triggered via API, PowerShell or CLI easily, however many customers would like an easy to deploy, secure method of taking snapshots at a regular interval withContinue reading “ANF Scheduler: December Update”