Most Helpful Review
Cohesity is a cost-effective storage designed for secondary or archival data. It also integrates well with a number of other systems, like VMware, Pure Storage, or AWS with its large array of APIs available to the user.
The four independent node cluster architecture is redundant. It maintains data integrity and load balancing.
We are looking forward to the next release, so we can take advantage of the AHV backup for our Nutanix environment.
A robust, verifiable backup with a restore solution, which decreases our backup and has a restore window.
The deduplication engine. Right now, we're at about 10.5 to 11 times deduplication of our backup data.
The flexibility. Being able to virtualize it, port it wherever I like, test my backups, test my DR capabilities whenever I like without impacting anybody.
It's pretty simple. Once you set it, it goes; and then the idea of being able to get it to the cloud very quickly. It's kind of a set-it-forget-it.
Most importantly is having that island into that datacenter, and being able to address things in the same console. Thus, it is irrelevant where it's stored.
Since it is an evolving product, there are lot of frequent releases which require upgrades to be done every other weekend.
The support team could do a better job. Sometimes finding the correct person is cumbersome and time consuming.
I would like to see Cohesity have the ability to do a file level restore from a Windows server, which is storing data on dynamic disk.
A little more documentation on standard faults would help, as new features are being released quite often.
I really want to partner it with the SnapCenter. We haven't implemented that yet. We're upgrading all of our stuff to the ONTAP 9, which you had to have.
More than a 500 volume limit. At the moment, it only supports up to 500 volumes for SnapMirror and that's a problem. We've got 750, so a larger limit for volume replicas for SnapMirror.
What could be helpful is different user base authentication so then maybe we could allow different customers to point to a single appliance and they only see the backups and things that they have.
There are some bits it could do better. With tighter integration maybe with Veeam, or something like that, it'd be really good.
Pricing and Cost Advice
Ensure that you understand the per TB licensing model. Also, Exchange backups are not native to Cohesity and require Kroll.
If SQL is in heavy use at your location, I would highly recommend narrowing your PoC testing to Cohesity and Rubrik. They will be competitive on pricing with each other, so really put them through the paces.
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Also Known As
|Also Known As||NetApp AltaVault|
Distributed scale-out platform: Replace individual storage appliances with a web-scale platform. Ensure high-availability, pay as you grow by scaling performance and capacity linearly, and eliminate expensive forklift upgrades.
Hyperconverged nodes: Bring compute to your data instead of moving copies of data to the compute. Run secondary data workflows including data protection, test / dev and analytics directly on the Cohesity platform. Accelerate IO performance with SSD caching.
Support for backups, files and test / dev copies: Consolidate your secondary data on the Cohesity platform with support for NFS and SMB interfaces. Consolidate backups, files, and test / dev copies.
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