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Supported configurations in Google Cloud

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Cloud Volumes ONTAP is available in Google Cloud Platform as a single node system. Two pricing options are available: pay as you go and Bring Your Own License (BYOL).

Pay-as-you-go overview

  • Offers Cloud Volumes ONTAP in three different licensing options: Explore, Standard, and Premium.

  • A 30-day free trial is available for the first Cloud Volumes ONTAP system that you deploy in Google Cloud.

    • There are no hourly software charges, but Google Cloud infrastructure charges still apply (compute, storage, and networking).

    • When the free trial ends, you'll be charged hourly according to the selected license, as long as you subscribed. If you haven't subscribed, the system shuts down.

  • Conversions from PAYGO to BYOL aren't currently supported.

  • Basic technical support is offered, but you must register and activate the NetApp serial number associated with your system.

BYOL overview

  • Single node license with term-based subscription options like 12 months, 24 months, and more.

  • Support is included for the length of the subscription term.

  • You can purchase multiple licenses for a Cloud Volumes ONTAP BYOL system to allocate more than 368 TB of capacity.

    For example, you might purchase two licenses to allocate up to 736 TB of capacity to Cloud Volumes ONTAP. Or you could purchase four licenses to get up to 1.4 PiB.

Supported configurations by license

Cloud Volumes ONTAP is available in Google Cloud Platform as a single node system.

Explore Standard Premium BYOL

Supported machine types 1




  • custom-4-16384

  • n1-standard-8

  • n1-standard-32

Supported disk types 2

Zonal persistent disks (SSD and standard)

Cold data tiering to object storage

Not supported


Maximum system capacity
(disks + object storage)

2 TB

10 TB

368 TB 3

368 TB per license 3


  1. The custom machine type has 4 vCPUs and 16 GB of memory. For details about standard machine types, refer to Google Cloud Documentation: Machine Types.

  2. Enhanced write performance is enabled when using SSDs.

  3. Disk limits prevent you from reaching the 368 TB capacity limit by using disks alone. You can reach the 368 TB capacity limit by tiering inactive data to object storage.

  4. For Google Cloud Platform region support, see Cloud Volumes Global Regions.

Supported disk sizes

In Google Cloud, an aggregate can contain up to 6 disks that are all the same type and size. The following disk sizes are supported:

  • 100 GB

  • 500 GB

  • 1 TB

  • 2 TB

  • 4 TB

  • 8 TB

  • 16 TB