Costi NeacsuCommercial Director at BinBox Global Services
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PRIMEFLEX is a pre-defined, integrated and tested combination of servers, storage, network connectivity and software. Fujitsu’s PRIMEFLEX integrated system family includes both, classical converged and hyper-converged systems. It comprises ready-to-run factory-installed solutions and reference architectures which are easily adjusted to customer-specific requirements. Along with its reference architectures, Fujitsu makes detailed configuration and installation descriptions available as a standard. Optional deployment and integration services ensure a smooth integration into the on-site environment. To ensure simplified operation and maintenance, Fujitsu provides support at solution level, and further data center services including managed and hosting services.
Azure Stack is ranked 1st in Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) with 23 reviews while Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is ranked 3rd in Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). Azure Stack is rated 8.2, while Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Azure Stack writes "Intuitive and user-friendly dashboarding and management reporting features". On the other hand, Azure Stack is most compared with VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware Software Defined Data Center, AWS Outposts and Google Anthos, whereas Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is most compared with VxRail, Nutanix Acropolis AOS, HPE Hyper Converged, Dell EMC vSAN Ready Nodes and HPE SimpliVity.
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