AWS re:Post Live | Adopting Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP for Microsoft SQL Workloads live on Twitch!

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Welcome to our Community Article for the upcoming AWS re:Post Live show scheduled for Monday, June 10th at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST on twitch.tv/aws! On this episode, join Sr. Technical Account Manager Jay Busch, Leader of Customer Solutions Management Danni Song, Specialist SA Jesse Bieber, and featuring a special guest and VP of Data Management at Orion, Drew Lewald. On this episode, our panel of experts will discuss Adopting Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP for Microsoft SQL Workloads and the use cases that might benefit. Do you have questions Amazon FSxN for NetApp ONTAP? Submit them now below in the comments section and our experts will address them live on the show. If your question is selected you will be awarded 5 re:Post points!

Amazon FSx makes it easy and cost effective to launch, run, and scale feature-rich, high-performance file systems in the cloud. It supports a wide range of workloads with its reliability, security, scalability, and broad set of capabilities. Amazon FSx is built on the latest AWS compute, networking, and disk technologies to provide high performance and lower TCO. And as a fully managed service, it handles hardware provisioning, patching, and backups -- freeing you up to focus on your applications, your end users, and your business. You can choose between four widely-used file systems: NetApp ONTAP, OpenZFS, Windows File Server, and Lustre.

Check out this Community Article authored by our very own Jay Busch that provides some best practices which you can use to optimize your experience running FSx for NetApp ONTAP in AWS for self-managed Microsoft SQL workloads.

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