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Top Answer: This question may be moot now. Oracle EOL'd FS1 and RIF'd most of the FS1 staff a while ago. While both ZFS (now ZFS7) and FS1 are/were unified storage systems, ZFS is primarily NAS; FS1 was… more »
Top Answer: It's actually shaking hands with the workflow solutions much better than any other storage.
Top Answer: There are always bottlenecks for many other storages. I don't know about this Oracle, for specifically Oracle but operation is a major concern for the customers. The operation has to be very… more »
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out of 14 in Enterprise SAN
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PowerStore 1000T through 9000T models provide organizations with all the benefits of a unified storage platform for block, file and vVol data, while enabling flexible growth with the intelligent scale-up and scale-out capability of appliance clusters. In addition, automated management of resources across the cluster results in superior storage utilization and simplified administration. Designed for the modern data center, PowerStore’s data-centric design with NVMe and hardware-enabled Advanced Data Reduction and 4:1 DRR deliver critical performance and storage efficiency for both traditional and modern applications.

The Oracle FS1-2 flash storage system, Oracle’s premier preferred SAN storage solution, delivers enterprise-grade storage capabilities that are optimized for flash media and coengineered with Oracle software. Using the Quality of Service Plus (QoS Plus) feature, the Oracle FS1-2 flash storage system places data across flash and disk storage to maximize performance, efficiency, and cost based on usage profiles and business priorities. The Oracle FS1-2 flash storage system takes application-engineered storage to a new level by providing out-of-the-box tuned storage provisioning profiles for Oracle Database and key applications, including Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange, and VMware support including VAAI. With the Oracle FS1-2 flash storage system, you can consolidate storage while achieving predictable performance for multiple diverse workloads in enterprise computing or multitenant environments.

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Dell EMC PowerStore is ranked 3rd in NVMe while Oracle FS1 Flash Storage System is ranked 2nd in Enterprise SAN with 1 review. Dell EMC PowerStore is rated 0.0, while Oracle FS1 Flash Storage System is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle FS1 Flash Storage System writes "Has a fantastic feature-set and works well with workflow solutions". Dell EMC PowerStore is most compared with Dell EMC Unity XT, Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe, NetApp AFF (All Flash FAS), Pure Storage FlashArray and HPE Primera, whereas Oracle FS1 Flash Storage System is most compared with NetApp AFF (All Flash FAS), Dell EMC Unity XT, Pure Storage FlashArray and INFINIDAT InfiniBox.

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