FlexPod CapEx Savings

Has the solution saved your organization in terms of CapEx (capital expenditures)? If yes, by how much?

J. Kelly
Principal Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The solution has saved our customers' organization in terms of CapEx. E.g., with the cloud availability, it's turned into sort of a hybrid CapEx/OpEx model.
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JustinMoses
Director of Data Center Operations at Barry University
In the last three years, I lost money that was budgeted for capital expenditures, meaning that I have had to give it back because I literally have nothing to buy. We do have operating expenses and we have the capability, but everything that we are doing is moving into Azure, using managed services and software as a service. This means that we've been reducing our hardware footprint significantly. Especially with the efficiencies that NetApp brings, we don't need as much storage space.
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reviewer1223601
Director IT at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
This solution has not reduced our capital expenditures.
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reviewer1223619
Senior Systems Engineer at a government with 201-500 employees
Our capital expenditures have been reduced, I would say, although I do not have exact figures.
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reviewer1223511
Senior Storage Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our company makes purchases like CapEx (capital expenditure). So we do not have to maintain the license.
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