The NetApp Community likes to recognize community members who show an active commitment and enthusiasm for helping others. We shine the light on these people to highlight the kind of role model behavior that makes a strong, thriving community.
Fletcher Cocquyt, our latest NetApp Community Featured Member, a VMware Certified Professional, a nominated vExpert for the last two years, a blogger, and a technologist whose work spans systems, network, and storage, currently focuses on virtualization-related solutions.Read more about Fletcher
Michael Drüing is passionate about WAFL and NFS + dedupe with VMware, joined the communities to gain greater knowledge of the inner workings and undocumented parts of NetApp systems.Read more about Michael
Scott Chubb started started off in storage using only NAS. Currently he supports a smaller number of storage units, but uses them much more extensively as NAS, SAN, DR, virtualization storage, dedupe, and more.Read more about Scott
Francesco Duranti, longtime NetApp community member, has been working with NetApp products since 2003, most recently Snap Creator and WorkFlow Automation.Read more about Francesco
Michael Parker is passionate about SnapManager® products for SQL®/ Exchange®/ Oracle®, Snap Creator™, and performance optimization..Read more about Michael
Check out the FAQ document to what is a Featured Member, and how you can submit a member of the NetApp Community to be a Featured Member.
The NetApp Community holds contests and gives prizes to our community members who get involved.
Read about the contests and contest winning contributions from our NetApp Community.
The Make Us Flip contest gave NetApp Community members, equipped with Flip cams, a chance to tell the community what made them Flip over NetApp.
This contest recognized and rewarded the best solutions developed by community members using NetApp® technologies. Members shared with the community what problems and use cases they had solved.
The Become A SANscreen Star Contest gave community members a chance to tell us about their experiences with SANscreen implementations.