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Cisco UCS E-Series Servers Pros and Cons

Cisco UCS E-Series Servers Pros

MN
Assistant Director IT (Data Center operations) at Freelancer
The Cisco chassis is very easy to configure and any network engineer or expert can configure the solution and easily integrate it with the chassis.
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Group General Manager-ICT at a consumer goods company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable features are that they are efficient and easy to setup.
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NW
Network Administrator at a educational organization with 501-1,000 employees
They are really easy to maintain. I've added RAM to them. I've done a lot of other things with the virtualization.
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Cisco UCS E-Series Servers Cons

MN
Assistant Director IT (Data Center operations) at Freelancer
One thing that could be improved is the cost - it is very high for this Blade chassis as compared to other vendors. Especially in Asia. Asian customers mostly prefer a cost effective, cheaper solution.
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Group General Manager-ICT at a consumer goods company with 501-1,000 employees
The processing capacity could be improved.
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NW
Network Administrator at a educational organization with 501-1,000 employees
The biggest pain point for us is the matrix for the firmware upgrades. It is a pain. You look at that thing, you might as well be reading Greek. It would be a whole lot better if they could clean up their documentation on it.
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