Anonymous UserTechnical Team Lead at a tech services company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The solution is very stable. Once it's installed, many customers forget they even have it."
"It can replicate data from a distant location and it can scan it as well. It has continuous data replication with almost no data loss."
"The most valuable feature is the snap shot."
"There are a lot of features that are excellent. The data compression during the transfer, for example, is good. The replication is great. The durability of the solution and the speed of the data moving from one site to another is impressive."
"The solution is very stable."
"Overall, the product is very good. It's an easy to use tool."
"The most valuable feature is the data replication tool. There is also a lot of ability for data migration."
"The user interface is very easy to manage. The replication is also very easy to set up."
"This solution is easy to implement and easy to use."
"They have a very effective dashboard and good reports."
"The solution normally supports only specific types and amounts of storage. If it could be increased to support much larger amounts or a wider range, it could fetch a bigger market."
"Other hypervisors should be integrated with this system. Other hypervisors should be able to get the benefits of this solution."
"It is not as efficient as it needs to be. It doesn't compress the data really well when it is forwarded to a secondary site. The download performance could be better."
"At the moment, we are not using the synchronous mirror, but we can implement the synchronous mirror. The only thing is that it needs another license. This is the same issue we have with business continuity. It needs another license to be implemented. You need too many separate licenses for the features. They should add some of the aspects of the premium bundle into the basic bundle. Sometimes our customers choose other replication services because of the initial cost of the licenses."
"There is probably some limitations when it comes to the scalability of the solution."
"The user interface could be simplified. They might want to have fewer options on it, to make it less complicated. There are a lot of options we never use ourselves. They're often very specialized and don't apply to us."
"In the next release, I would like to get an active IP number solution."
"The new coursework models need to be improved. The bandwidth monitoring could also be better."
"We have different families of storage, such as the E-Series and Flash systems, but NetApp cannot be set up between them."
"In the next release, I would like to see Data reduction included and WAN optimization."
"It's part of the NetApp Firewall, so it's free."
Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication is ranked 5th in Data Replication with 3 reviews while NetApp SnapMirror is ranked 4th in Data Replication with 10 reviews. Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication is rated 9.0, while NetApp SnapMirror is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication writes "Enables the rolling back of volume states to a point in time". On the other hand, the top reviewer of NetApp SnapMirror writes "Enables us to make a copy of the data on the main storage and move it to backup storage". Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication is most compared with Dell EMC AppSync, NetApp Snapshot, Symmetrix Remote Data Facility, IBM Softek TDMF and Hitachi Universal Replicator, whereas NetApp SnapMirror is most compared with NetApp Snapshot, Dell EMC AppSync, Symmetrix Remote Data Facility, Hitachi TrueCopy and Global-active Device. See our Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication vs. NetApp SnapMirror report.
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