Compare Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series vs. NetApp NVMe AFF A800

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series is ranked 9th in All-Flash Storage Arrays with 8 reviews while NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is ranked 5th in NVMe. Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series is rated 8.2, while NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is rated 0. The top reviewer of Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series writes "Eliminated all the management around replication and it helps us to do the recovery better and easier". On the other hand, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series is most compared with Dell EMC Unity XT, Pure Storage FlashArray, HPE 3PAR Flash Storage, Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe and Nimble Storage, whereas NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is most compared with Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe, IBM FlashSystem 9100 NVMe and Dell EMC PowerStore.
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It's expensive. it's in the hundreds of thousands. It's beneficial, but at times, I feel compared to other vendors, we are paying a premium for the licensing that other vendors include.The price to performance ratio with NetApp is unmatched by any other vendor right now.The pricing is not a lot considering what you get and it bundles hardware and licensing.Comparing this solution to others it may seem expensive, but the price to performance for NetApp is greater.We would like it to be free.One of the reasons we like this solution is that all of the features are included with the one license.We don't like the cost. We would like to buy more.It definitely reduces costs because it simply takes less power to run these systems. While the SSDs don't take power, they are in general very big right now. So, the running cost has decreased for a lot of our customers.

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When you are looking for high-end solutions such as this, price is less important than stability and availability.This is an expensive solution.This solution is cheaper than Dell EMC VMAX. When you are looking for a high-end solution, price matters, but availability and stability are more important than the price.Pricing could be better, because the cost is very high.I would like to see better pricing and more discounts.

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NetApp All Flash FAS, NetApp AFF, NetApp Flash FASNetApp NVMe, AFF A800
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NetApp AFF8000 All Flash FAS systems combine all-flash performance with unified data management from flash to disk to cloud.  Leverage the Data Fabric to move data securely across your choice of clouds—enabled by Cloud ONTAP™ and NetApp Private Storage for Cloud. Plus, you get the industry’s most efficient and comprehensive integrated data protection suite, on premises or in the cloud.

RETHINK YOUR DEFINITION OF SPEED AND PERFORMANCE

With adaptive, guaranteed data reduction and a 100% data-availability guarantee, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F series helps you tackle complicated business challenges. Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) VSP F series delivers up to 4.8M IOPS with sub-millisecond response times.
Featuring legendary Hitachi reliability, VSP F series arrays are backed by the industries only 100% availability guarantee. For these reasons, 80% of the Fortune 500 choose Hitachi all-flash arrays to accelerate the performance of mission-critical applications like Oracle, SAP, Virtualization, Microsoft apps etc. With over 350 patents in flash technology, Hitachi’s innovative mix of flash hardware and software accelerates ROI with enterprise-class reliability and performance.

Your data is a gold mine. Get the most out of it - faster - with AFF A800. Designed for NVMe media, further accelerated with NVMe/FC connectivity to the host, AFF A800 all-flash systems deliver an incredible sub-200 microsecond latency. Providing more than 11.4M IOPS and 300GB/s throughput in a single cluster, AFF A800 redefines the limit of what’s possible with artificial intelligence and deep learning.

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Acibadem Healthcare Group, AmTrust Financial Services, Citrix Systems, DWD, Mantra GroupTurkcell, Owens Corning, Region Nord, Net Credit Financial Group (NFC Group), Russian Railways
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Healthcare Company16%
Financial Services Firm13%
Energy/Utilities Company9%
Retailer8%
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Computer Software Company37%
Manufacturing Company17%
Comms Service Provider10%
Government4%
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Computer Software Company53%
Comms Service Provider10%
Government7%
Media Company5%
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Small Business12%
Midsize Enterprise12%
Large Enterprise76%
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Small Business26%
Midsize Enterprise6%
Large Enterprise69%
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Small Business33%
Midsize Enterprise22%
Large Enterprise44%
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