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Pros
"The speed and deduplication ratio are two of the most valuable features of the solution.""The implementation is straightforward.""The interface is very user-friendly.""This is a user-friendly solution.""From a centralized system, I can manage the interface, the backup policies, and the status of the database.""The most valuable features are the deduplication and compression capabilities.""If you have a large enough storage capacity then you can take an ample amount of data.""Deduplication is the most valuable feature."

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"The solution is very easy to use and it offers great support.""The solution can be used for all Office 365 applications.""It gives you an option to back up to the cloud or back up to on-premise, or to backup to cloud storage.""One feature that works well for us is that the Cloud Manager is a completely agentless solution. There's a similar dashboard on both the versions for on-premises and the cloud, and with reference to the Cloud Manager, it's a little faster because there's nothing to be installed as such. Being agentless, it doesn't require any agent to be deployed on the targets where the backups are triggered."

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Cons
"The appliance doesn't have the global deduplication, it has StoreOnce deduplication. It does not deduplicate across the appliance, it will deduplicate in one particular store. With the global deduplication, I could store more data.""The solution would be improved if it could also be used as a data store for VMware.""The solution's pricing could be improved.""I would like to see an emphasis placed on making data deduplication and compression more powerful.""The repository should have an extension to connect to the cloud and deposit the backups.""The GUI and its user-friendliness have some room for improvement.""The web interface, ease of use, and GUI all need to be improved.""Cloud integration needs to be simplified."

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"I would like to see more web support.""It would be nice if the solution was more complete. Many customers are looking for a single solution or silo that they can manage everything from. It would be nice, instead of having different products, if everything a client needed was in one solution.""There are still a few things on SharePoint that they need to correct in terms of how they backup and restore.""One area that can be improved is around how we define the different KPIs. In particular, the business KPIs. I have my own in-house application for the business KPIs, so for example, with our policies around retention, which is a period of seven years, I have to read these parameters from other applications and I need them to integrate well."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"There are costs for additional storage and space.""Price-wise, it comes with a high price tag when compared to other products.""The cost of HPE StoreOnce is very expensive.""We have got a perpetual license, and we have access to all the features. If you are using cloud banks, you can store the internal data in HPE Cloud if needed. You can offload the data to the HPE Cloud. It is a licensed product. We have got around 10 TB of cloud bank storage with a one-time payment. We specifically took 10 TB for very critical offsite backups. We can also increase it in blocks if needed."

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"It is a rather expensive program.""The pricing is more or less the same as what we'd get from Veeam on Office 365, so it's fine.""Our usage depends on the number of licenses we have. On the cloud, it's a pay-to-use kind of model which suits our needs well. Once we have the Cloud Manager installed, the licensing process is okay, regardless of whether we're running backups in the cloud or on-premises. Sometimes, we have to restrict the number of users as per the contractual agreement and in this case we simply cut down on the licensing."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: Deduplication and compression are in a good ratio. It supports the HPE Catalyst protocol, which is much faster than NFS and other protocols. We use CommVault and Veeam, and these two solutions support… more »
Top Answer: We have got a perpetual license, and we have access to all the features. If you are using cloud banks, you can store the internal data in HPE Cloud if needed. You can offload the data to the HPE… more »
Top Answer: When it comes to upgrading, it always goes block-wise. One block is 48 TB raw capacity. It would be good if they can include a smaller capacity for SMB customers. Currently, it is not possible to… more »
Top Answer:  It gives you an option to back up to the cloud or back up to on-premise, or to backup to cloud storage.
Top Answer: The pricing is more or less the same as what we'd get from Veeam on Office 365, so it's fine.
Top Answer: There are still a few things on SharePoint that they need to correct in terms of how they backup and restore. That's something that we had a challenge with; however, I know that they've been… more »
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3rd
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10,350
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7,785
Reviews
12
Average Words per Review
426
Rating
8.3
8th
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3
Average Words per Review
806
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8.0
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Overview

HP StoreOnce Backup is a data backup solution that provides a consistent, high-performance, scale-out architecture for your entire enterprise. Reduce the amount of backup data capacity by 95 percent, and choose between powerful dedicated appliances for data centers, or flexible virtual appliances for smaller and remote offices.

NetApp Cloud Backup (formerly AltaVault) cloud-integrated storage provides secure, fast back up data to any cloud at up to 90% lower cost compared with on-premises solutions. Cloud Backup gives you the power to tap into cloud economics while preserving investments in your existing backup infrastructure and lets you meet your backup and recovery service levels.

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Sample Customers
Eurobank Serbia
Blach Construction, NASA, Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes, Seminole County Public Schools and Spot Trading
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm15%
Comms Service Provider9%
Healthcare Company9%
Construction Company8%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider28%
Computer Software Company27%
Government7%
Manufacturing Company5%
REVIEWERS
Media Company30%
Energy/Utilities Company20%
Healthcare Company20%
Individual & Family Service10%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company28%
Manufacturing Company15%
Comms Service Provider13%
Media Company8%
Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business21%
Midsize Enterprise29%
Large Enterprise51%
REVIEWERS
Small Business17%
Midsize Enterprise8%
Large Enterprise75%
Find out what your peers are saying about HPE StoreOnce vs. NetApp Cloud Backup and other solutions. Updated: May 2021.
511,307 professionals have used our research since 2012.

HPE StoreOnce is ranked 3rd in Deduplication Software with 12 reviews while NetApp Cloud Backup is ranked 8th in Deduplication Software with 4 reviews. HPE StoreOnce is rated 8.4, while NetApp Cloud Backup is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of HPE StoreOnce writes "An extremely stable solution that's fast and offers a good deduplication ratio". On the other hand, the top reviewer of NetApp Cloud Backup writes "Simplifies our backups with an agentless backup manager, but needs better integration with in-house applications". HPE StoreOnce is most compared with Dell EMC PowerProtect DD (Data Domain), Dell EMC Data Domain Boost, Veeam Backup & Replication, ExaGrid EX and Dell EMC PowerVault, whereas NetApp Cloud Backup is most compared with Veeam Backup for Office 365, Veritas SaaS Backup, AWS Storage Gateway, Commvault and IBM Spectrum Protect Plus. See our HPE StoreOnce vs. NetApp Cloud Backup report.

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