- Ease of tooling
- Integration with our systems
- It's multiprotocol
We are an online hotel reservations company, so if our website goes down we lose money at a very high rate per minute. It has been many years since we have had an outage due to storage because of FAS.
The performance needs to be improved. Due to the performance issues, we're moving to NetApp Flash FAS as it provides almost infinite performance.
We've used it for nine years.
We've had no issues with deployment.
The stability is excellent.
It's scaled well for us.
It takes a long time to resolve most cases. It requires an extensive amount of troubleshooting and tends to be very time consuming on our end in terms of collecting data for the engineers to work on.
It's straightforward. I'd say, though, that it's medium complexity because it is not done in one day.
We used a mixed team of in-house and vendor personnel.
I wouldn't know how to begin to calculate it.
That was a long time before I joined the company.
Do your research on clustered Data ONTAP as it is a very complicated product, much more complicated than the previous version.