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Overview

The Azure NetApp Files service is an enterprise-class, high-performance, metered file storage service. Azure NetApp Files supports any workload type and is highly available by default. You can select guaranteed service and performance levels and set up snapshots through the service.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 10/2/2018, Video, 0:14:54
    In this live demonstration, we cover how to use ANF and some of its advanced data management capabilities and integration with the Azure platform.
  2. 10/2/2018, Video, 0:15:07
    Come see a demo of the new Azure NetApp Files service, and watch how you can deploy it’s powerful capabilities in Azure within minutes. Learn about the extensive feature set,...
  3. 10/2/2018, Video, 1:01:57
    File based workloads can be the most challenging to migrate into cloud due to customers' high expectations for performance, reliability, compatibility, and integrated data...

Azure NetApp Files News

11/17/2020, MS Tech Community
As Azure continues to deliver new H-series and N-series virtual machines that match the capabilities of  supercomputing facilities around the world, we have at the same time made significant...
11/16/2020, MS Tech Community
Strategic investments bolster versatility and relevance of Azure HPC for Microsoft   As I look at SC20 quickly approaching on my calendar, I cannot help but reflect on what has happened since the...
11/16/2020, MS Tech Community
Since March of this year, Microsoft has been a member of the COVID-19 HPC Consortium formed between government agencies, universities, and the private sector, to provide HPC resources to...
11/13/2020, MS Tech Community
Overview Magento is an open-source e-commerce application based on the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) stack. As more customers using Magento move from on-premises implementations or other...
11/10/2020, MS Tech Community
There are considerable focus areas to infrastructure that the IaaS DBA needs to be aware of, so Part I of this blog can be found here.  Now that we’ve covered storage and VM series in Part I of...
As businesses continue to adapt to the realities of the current environment, operational resilience has never been more important. As a result, a growing number of customers have accelerated a...