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NetApp Keystone OCCS – Product Brief

Last updated December 21st, 2020 for end of year updates. Concise 6-page review of NetApp Keystone OCCS. Covers highlights, use cases, potential, and strengths/weaknesses. Download the full Product Brief now!

NetApp’s Keystone On-premises Cloud Consumption Services (Keystone OCCS) offers NetApp storage on a fixed capacity consumption basis with an ability pay as you go for addition “burst” capacity as needed. Customers pay for capacity delivered at three different performance tiers based on pre-established performance outcomes based on IOPs and latency parameters. Keystone OCCS also includes an ability to integrate public cloud storage resources (AWS, Azure, GCP) to off-load infrequently accessed data. NetApp block, file and object storage services are included with three different performance tiers for each service.

Customers can also choose from three different management models; customer-managed; NetApp-managed where customers are given the option to have NetApp fully manage its storage infrastructure on premises on behalf of the customer; or partner-managed where the partner assumes management responsibilities. Separate Keystone instances in different physical locations can be linked for data replication purposes.

Keystone Essentials

Keystone OPCC offers storage services across multiple performance tiers of NetApp’s Portfolio of products. Because NetApp delivers to performance SLAs established within the Keystone contract, NetApp reserves the right to supply the storage platform to best deliver the required performance outcomes.

NetApp Keystone OCCS Product Brief Includes: 

  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Usage and Deployment
  • EvaluScale Product Review Methodology
  • Evaluator Group Opinion

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