Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series Deployment

Has this solution lowered your deployment times? If yes, by what percentage?

Manger Assistant in Storage at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial implementation workflow could be improved. There's a lot of information you need to gather.
View full review »
Senior Systems Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
We have just deployed it. It's all automation. We want to automate everything. That's the reason why we bought it.
View full review »
Brett Moore
Network Architect at City of Mesa
The initial setup of the Cisco HyperFlex HX was complex, i.e. trying to integrate it into an existing environment. It was more tailored for a brand new deployment.
View full review »
Doug Rains
Sr Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Deployment was straight-forward and implemented in house.
View full review »
Zeray Assefa
Director of Network Operations at a government
Deployment was done by the Cisco team, and it was painless and easy to maintain.
View full review »
CIO at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
We have a 1% percent who works on everything and gathers everything together.
View full review »
John Mcgehee
Manager at Chevron
For the deployment, we used Cisco Professional Services.
View full review »
Brad Smith
Principle Architect at NTT Data India Enterprise Application Services Pri
The initial setup of the Cisco HyperFlex HX was very straightforward. For the deployment, we consulted with Cisco directly.
View full review »
Systems Admin at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's a little bit different from traditional servers. It takes getting used to the learning curve.
View full review »
Archie Tamayo
Common Tech at PCGLA
We're working with the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila. We publish all of their posts, which have a cultural impact all over the world.
View full review »
Senior Network Administrator at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
I don't know if it's lowered the deployment time per se because we really haven't gotten to the point where we added shelves or added servers to it. We're expecting for that to be a simple process given what Cisco claims it will do. Ultimately we're expecting no downtime for that.
View full review »
Network Analyst at a non-tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It doesn't take much time. You don't need any outages or cutoffs until you have directly migrated the infrastructure.
View full review »