Compare HPE ConvergedSystem vs. Oracle SuperCluster

HPE ConvergedSystem is ranked 3rd in Converged Infrastructure with 5 reviews while Oracle SuperCluster is ranked 7th in Converged Infrastructure with 5 reviews. HPE ConvergedSystem is rated 8.4, while Oracle SuperCluster is rated 6.8. The top reviewer of HPE ConvergedSystem writes "Increases performance, streamlines recovery time, but the transformation is complex". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle SuperCluster writes "Highly integrated system but has limitations connecting with other vendors' products". HPE ConvergedSystem is most compared with Dell PowerEdge VRTX, HPE SimpliVity and Vblock, whereas Oracle SuperCluster is most compared with Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Private Cloud Appliance and Vblock. See our HPE ConvergedSystem vs. Oracle SuperCluster report.
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Pros
The solution's most valuable feature is its ability to restore lost machines. Essentially its high availability capabilities are extremely valuable to us.The user interface, reporting, and management are good, and we are quite happy with the performance.This solution is very simple to use.

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Our primary use case is for E-Business Suite applications the applications for the government, and most of the applications that use an HCM.The performance is significantly improved, and the administration is easy because it is a single platform end-to-end.A valuable feature is the Exadata Storage appliance, optimized for database queries.Because it's classified as an engineered system, it's all integrated, it's all supported by one vendor. We don't have to go to multiple vendors for support, it's all integrated under Oracle.

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Cons
The solution has a complicated front-end.The interface is not fully integrated with the ESXi, which is something that could be improved.I would like to see better manageability and integration with third-party tools.Perhaps they can work on providing faster allocation of memory or storage.

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It's not working as we expected. We thought it would be fast and reliable but we are not getting the reliability. It's not stable.If they had an application that centralized the administration, not about the monitoring, but for the configuration, it would be better.I would like to see control domain and zone management via a management console, similar to that of OVM.There are many areas for improvement. For example, better guidance in terms of troubleshooting issues relating to ZFS, as well as better tools/diagnostics for monitoring that specific component, to better identify potential issues. Hardware monitoring via OEM 13.2 is not 100 percent, as Ops Center is still required in some instances.If it had capabilities to integrate really well with DB2 or SQL Server or Hitachi SANs, those sort of things, that would be a real benefit. Right now, it's fully supported only under all Oracle infrastructure.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
This is an expensive system and not every customer has the kind of budget to support it.Pricing is good. We have not calculated what hyper-converged infrastructure has brought us but I think there has to be some lower cost for us, compared to the public cloud. Obviously, there would be a lower cost, probably by more than half.

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Also Known As
HPE ConvergedSystem 700, HPE ConvergedSystem for SAP HANA, CS500, HPE ConvergedSystem 900, HPE ConvergedSystem 500, HPE ConvergedSystem 300Oracle MiniCluster, S7-2, M7, M6-32
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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Overview

HPE ConvergedSystem gives you lower cost of ownership and greater flexibility to meet more business demands. Eliminate the inefficiencies and inflexibility of one-silo-at-a-time infrastructure with software-defined agility and automation.

Deploy pre-validated, factory-tested configurations in weeks instead of months. Set up IT services in minutes, not hours. Integrated, workload-optimised systems eliminate infrastructure silos for improved efficiency, simplicity and speed.

Secure cloud infrastructure with the industry’s most advanced security, extreme performance, and a complete suite of efficiency enhancements, tools, and automation that work together to dramatically lower cost and complexity.

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Sample Customers
FAW-Volkswagen, NICS, NBrIX, Pinpoint, HPE Technology Services, SWS, Ko Sistem, HPEAdvania, Dimension Data, Atos, Etisilat Nigeria, HDFC, Specialized Bicycle Components, Uganda Revenue Authority, iQor, United Energy, Portic Barcelona, B Logistics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, CSC, CNSI, REDISA
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Manufacturing Company36%
Logistics Company9%
K 12 Educational Company Or School9%
Healthcare Company9%
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Software R&D Company30%
Comms Service Provider23%
Retailer12%
Manufacturing Company7%
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