Supported configurations for ONTAP Cloud 9.3 Edit on GitHub Request doc changes

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ONTAP Cloud is available in AWS and Azure in two pricing options: pay-as-you-go and Bring Your Own License (BYOL). For pay-as-you-go, you can choose from three configurations: Explore, Standard, or Premium.

ONTAP Cloud for AWS

In AWS, you can deploy ONTAP Cloud as a single system or an HA pair.

Explore Standard Premium BYOL

EC2 instance types

m4.xlarge

  • m4.2xlarge

  • r4.xlarge

  • c4.4xlarge

  • c4.8xlarge

  • m4.4xlarge

  • r4.2xlarge

  • c4.4xlarge

  • c4.8xlarge

  • m4.xlarge

  • m4.2xlarge

  • m4.4xlarge

  • r4.xlarge

  • r4.2xlarge

Underlying storage

General Purpose SSDs, Provisioned IOPS SSDs, Throughput Optimized HDDs, and Cold HDDs, up to 16 TB per disk

License capacity limit

2 TB

10 TB

368 TB

Term

Hourly

6 or 12 months

Notes:

  1. Pay-as-you-go configurations are not supported in GovCloud (US).

  2. When you choose an EC2 instance type, you can specify whether it is a shared instance or a dedicated instance.

  3. Enhanced write performance is supported when using EBS SSDs with ONTAP Cloud Standard, Premium, and BYOL.

  4. Data tiering is supported with ONTAP Cloud Standard, Premium, and BYOL.

  5. If you enable data tiering, a system’s capacity limit stays the same. The capacity limit includes both disks and object storage.

  6. For AWS region support, see Cloud Volumes Global Regions.

ONTAP Cloud for Azure

In Azure, you can deploy ONTAP Cloud as a single node system.

Explore Standard Premium BYOL

Virtual machine types

DS3_v2

  • DS4_v2

  • DS13_v2

  • DS5_v2

  • DS14_v2

  • DS3_v2

  • DS4_v2

  • DS5_v2

  • DS13_v2

  • DS14_v2

Underlying storage

Standard HDD Managed Disks, Standard SSD Managed Disks, and Premium SSD Managed Disks, up to 32 TB per disk

License capacity limit

2 TB

10 TB

368 TB

Term

Hourly

12 months

Notes:

  1. Enhanced write performance is supported when using Azure Premium Storage disks with ONTAP Cloud Standard, Premium, and BYOL, but not when using the DS3_v2 virtual machine type.

  2. For Azure region support, see Cloud Volumes Global Regions.