EMC VMAX Primary Use Case

JohnBowling
IT Manager - Storage at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The VMAX3 is primarily used as our Tier 1 Storage Platform. Virtual Systems (ESX VMWare), Physical Sun Solaris, Physical AIX, Physical and Virtual SQL, SAP, ERP, etc. The VMAX3 services the majority of our Mission Critical systems within our environment. View full review »
Romulo Luis
Consultant at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are a local Dell EMC partner. We are upgrading our storage capacity. Soon we will be moving to PowerMax All-Flash for SAN environments to consolidate block, file, and open storage. This is the solution that we think will help us to increase performance, with regards to our storage requirements. View full review »
JohnBowling
IT Manager - Storage at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We use the VMAX3 All-Flash Subsystem to support our major Production and QA systems. This specific system currently supports approximately three hundred terabytes of data that includes several Oracle, SQL & DB2 Databases, SharePoint, SAP, JDE Systems, ESX, Windows, Unix, Linux, etc. We are planning on expanding the VMAX3 footprint and will likely double utilization within the next few months. View full review »
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Richard Kelly
‚ÄéChief Catalyst with 5,001-10,000 employees
Used for our storage with applications that need storage on the SAN. We also use it with RecoverPoint for replication to another site that also uses VMAX storage. We also use it with RecoverPoint for for replication instead of SRDF. View full review »
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