DataCore SANsymphony SDS Pricing and License Cost

reviewer1090101
User
When we initially purchased DataCore, it was extremely cost-effective with a perpetual license. They have since moved to a subscription model, which may prove too expensive for us in the future. Make sure you are made aware of the annual subscription cost when purchasing. View full review »
Rog Fed
Technical Services Manager (Enterprise Systems) at a non-profit with 5,001-10,000 employees
In regards to Fibre Channel, buy a server that can handle the highest number of Quad Port HBA cards. Purchase as much memory for the server as you can afford. Anything you spec out, you will need to double if you want redundancy. View full review »
Scott Lambourne
System Administrator at Superior Water And Air
I had the vendor that sold me the software and hardware assist with setting up the systems. I also paid for three years of support at the same time when I purchased the software. Again, I found it affordable. View full review »
MichaelP
Head of IT at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
We have not calculated the ROI of the software. Only the benefits in redundancy and scalability were important for us. The licensing is very easy to understand/calculate since the new license model. You just have to license the storage and additional features. View full review »
reviewer1068588
User
The cost is at the same level as other storage solutions and it is easy to understand the licensing. View full review »
sleisse
Senior Manager at a manufacturing company with 51-200 employees
The product was installed by our IT partner in one day, so the installation cost is OK. Pricing and licensing was also fair. View full review »
Michael Ollesch
IT System Administrator
A very good price-performance ratio. The license model is very successful. View full review »
Mike Felber
User at a government with 501-1,000 employees
For installation and upgrades, work with a good IT partner with a DCIE. View full review »
kevinblachon
IT manager at SRADDA
The pricing and licensing are better with DataCore. View full review »
Maxence VIODET
Technicien SIC at a government
Check what really needs fast storage and migrate it to DataCore and let low access data be on other storages. View full review »
reviewer1003731
User at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
Check what's out there. View full review »

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