Anonymous UserStorage Manager at a financial services firm
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"We paid for five years of support when we purchased the product."
"The SSD is a little bit expensive."
"This is not an expensive product but every time you add capacity to it, you need to pay for re-balancing."
"Its price is a bit high for adding another tree, but when we purchased it, it was okay with us. We had compared it with EMC and other solutions, and it was okay at that point in time. Our storage has a lifespan of seven to eight years. When you purchase it, you need to keep a headroom of around 40% to 50%. After three to four years, you generally plan for an upgrade. The price is not so bad today for two years or so, and within a year, I might find that I have to upgrade or increase the storage. This usually happens when there is a radical change or a new application has come that is consuming a lot of data, but generally, there is a plan for the amount of data that we generate and the storage upgrade."
"It is lower in price as compared to other vendors, such as Dell. As compared to Huawei, all storage solutions are expensive, including this one."
"It is a bit more expensive. IBM is cheaper than HPE in Turkey."
"This solution is expensive. We pay every year for support. It's a lump sum because we pay for data center support services, and everything is included in one."
"The cost is reasonable given that the licensing is all included once you purchase it."
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The Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS DX series aligns storage resources with business priorities, thus enabling higher system utilization and delivering increased system consolidation capabilities and a faster ROI. ETERNUS SF provides enterprise-class functionalities in the entry and midrange class and allows flexible disaster recovery and business continuity concepts for the different model sizes, thus decreasing investment costs.
HP 3PAR all-flash storage accelerates business agility by boosting application performance with over 900,000 IOPS at less than 0.7 ms latency. And it does this while delivering all the enterprise-class, Tier-1 features and functionality you expect from the storage platform that powers three of the world’s four largest managed service providers.
Fujitsu Eternus DX400 series is ranked 11th in Modular SAN (Storage Area Network) while HPE 3PAR StoreServ is ranked 1st in Modular SAN (Storage Area Network) with 27 reviews. Fujitsu Eternus DX400 series is rated 0.0, while HPE 3PAR StoreServ is rated 8.4. On the other hand, the top reviewer of HPE 3PAR StoreServ writes "Robust and easy to use with a simple setup ". Fujitsu Eternus DX400 series is most compared with HPE StorageWorks MSA, IBM FlashSystem and NetApp FAS Series, whereas HPE 3PAR StoreServ is most compared with HPE Primera, Dell EMC Unity XT, HPE Nimble Storage, NetApp AFF (All Flash FAS) and IBM FlashSystem.
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