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Pros
"The product has a very simple GUI-based management platform and it is very simple to use. There is a very easy step-by-step configuration procedure that guides you through, and you can configure it very easily."

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"You will find the high availability and License Team with Oracle very valuable."

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Cons
"The initial setup and installation is not that straightforward. It should be made easier and the time to install should be reduced."

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"The initial setup was very complex."

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Rating
8.0
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Overview

Huawei FusionStorage fully distributed cloud storage features massive scale-out capability designed for cloud-based architectures. The on-board storage system software combines the local storage resources of standard x86 servers into fully distributed storage pools, providing block, object, or file storage resources to the upper layer. An enterprise can easily obtain the required flexibility and efficiency in data storage to keep up with the ever-changing dynamics of business.

Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, is an integrated infrastructure system engineered to enable rapid deployment of converged compute, network, and storage technologies for hosting applications or workloads on a guest OS. It is a data center-class system that provides incremental and scalable performance optimized for consolidation of mixed workloads.

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China Merchants Bank, Liaoning, Zhejiang
Agnitum Information Technologies, Mediacloud, Xait AS, Atos Global Managed Services, CaixaBI, ICA AB, BT Spain, Secure-24, Xait
Top Industries
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Comms Service Provider44%
Computer Software Company21%
Retailer4%
Educational Organization4%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company46%
Comms Service Provider16%
Government5%
Energy/Utilities Company4%
Find out what your peers are saying about NetApp, Google, Nasuni and others in Cloud Storage. Updated: November 2021.
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Huawei FusionStorage is ranked 10th in Cloud Storage with 1 review while Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is ranked 7th in Converged Infrastructure with 1 review. Huawei FusionStorage is rated 8.0, while Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is rated 6.0. The top reviewer of Huawei FusionStorage writes "Provides block, object, big data, and file storage and has a simple GUI-based management platform ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle Private Cloud Appliance writes "Has high availability but the management can be better". Huawei FusionStorage is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Google Cloud Storage, Dropbox, Dell EMC ECS and FlexPod, whereas Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is most compared with HPE ConvergedSystem, Dell EMC VxBlock System, Oracle SuperCluster and FlexPod.

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