back to article NetApp thinks big with SAN management vendor buy

Network Appliance is buying the privately-owned storage service management vendor Onaro for an undisclosed sum. The Marker, an Israeli tech pub, reports NetApp is putting $120m on the table, but chief marketing officer Jay Kidd declined to confirm the figure. Boston-based Onaro is five years-old and says it has been profitable …


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  1. Matt Bryant Silver badge

    Makes sense.

    NetApp have to grow upwards into enterprise SAN, and if they can find a way to make the management software scale down into the SMB market too then winners all round. A heck more sense than Sun buying StorageTesk, anyway. Of course, I wouldn't want to accuse Hollis of sour grapes or the like, EMC being so noted for it's chumminess and geniality!

  2. Anonymous Coward
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    Kind of funny

    It's kind of funny that EMC is criticizing the effort that integration will consume. That is why many clients prefer NetApp of EMC's lack of integrated products.

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