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Output Management Reviews

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Real User
VP IT Operations at RAK Ceramics
Dec 09 2016

What is most valuable?

It’s reliable; it works. It very rarely breaks. It's up. I think our uptime is in excess of 95 percent, which is good. They're relatively easy to support and maintain. It's relatively easy to get a hold of resources that understand and know... more»

How has it helped my organization?

To be perfectly honest, it hasn't made a blind bit of difference to how the organization functions. It wouldn't have made any difference whether we'd gone for HPE, Sun, IBM or anyone else. It's a platform to run the SAP environment on.

What needs improvement?

For a company like RAK Ceramics, virtualization and cloud is the obvious way to go. The problem is the cost justification for the transition; that's the difficult bit. Some help with that would be good. They spend a huge amount of money... more»
Real User
Head of Engineering Functional Design IT solutions at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jan 10 2017

What do you think of Output Server?

Valuable Features For us, it's a service delivered to our company; so we don't need to be concerned about the technical details. The service quality is quite good. • Improvements to My Organization It helps us to integrate complex systems. We don't need to take care of it. HPE delivers this as a service. • Room for Improvement The key area for improvement is that there should be more storage and a new storage architecture. • Stability Issues The stability is good. • Scalability Issues It is scalable, but it is a pretty expensive infrastructure; so we don't scale up every week. • Customer Service and Technical Support The technical support is good, even excellent. • Other Advice I would advise a colleague who is considering this solution to go for it. ...

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