FlexPod Reduced Data Center Costs

Has the solution reduced data center costs? If yes, by how many dollars or what percentage?

SeniorSy113c
Senior Systems Engineer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Data center costs are a little bit more expensive with FlexPod, but you're paying for the redundancy and flexibility.
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ITEnginecacc
IT Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Our data center costs have not been reduced.
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John Capobianco
Senior IT Planner Integrator at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has also reduced data centered costs. It's hard to quantify, but there's a lot less bare metal that we need. It's all in FlexPod, so maybe a 40% saving. That's a guess, but it's significant.
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RajeshSrinivasan
Director at HCL Technologies
The solution reduces the complexity of our network monitoring.
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Darrell Monroe
Infrastructure Engineer at TechnipFMC
It has from a server standpoint, wherever everything used to be physical servers, so yes.
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Justin Wasden
Director of Datacenter with 51-200 employees
Our data centers costs have been reduced by, probably, twenty-five to thirty percent.
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Francis Shin
Solutions Architect at SHI International Corp.
Ahmed Jehanzeb
Infrastructure Engineer at Suntrust Bank
FlexPod reduced our data center costs maybe 20%.
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SrPlatfo3333
Sr Platform Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I don’t know that it has reduced costs, but it hasn’t incurred any higher costs. It’s probably reduced costs in the fact that as things improve they get smaller.
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Adel Saeed
Sr Network Solution Engineer at InterVision Systems Technologies
Data center costs are reduced by means of less power, cooling, and space. I would say it is a fifty percent reduction.
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Practice8f4d
Practice Lead at Bedroc
The solution has allowed a savings of data center costs of about five percent.
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Thomas Lynch
Network Engineer at DHS USCIS
To a certain extent, yes.
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Taylor Brown
Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at Payments Canada
The product does not really reduce data center costs directly. NetApp is not cheap. It does improve the cost of doing business because of lower management overhead.
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NetworkA5035
Network Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Not really, no.
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NetworkE560c
Network Engineer at a legal firm with 501-1,000 employees
JamesThomas1
Technical Consultant at Venn IT solutions
This solution has probably not reduced our data center costs because our previous solution was relatively small. It was just one rack.
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JustinMoses
Director of Data Center Operations at Barry University
Our data center costs have been reduced because we've been able to shrink our data center. About ten years ago, we were at about one hundred and seventy servers. Now, we're down to eight blades. We've gone from seven racks down to two racks in the data center, and if you think about power, cooling, and everything else, it's a significant saving.
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reviewer1223619
Senior Systems Engineer at a government with 201-500 employees
We have been able to reduce our data center costs since implementing this solution. Three or four years ago, we were able to shrink our data center by fifty percent. This was a co-location leased space that we were able to reduce.
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KyleKnox
Systems Engineer at First Ontario Credit Union
We went from two racks down to one at one location. With cooling, there is less hardware.
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AlexTsoi
Senior IT Infrastructure Specialist at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We use a smaller footprint of equipment right now.
We reduced our footprint of equipment by approximately 80 percent. Meaning that about 70 percent of our cabinets right now are empty because we switched to FlexPod.
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EricKutyla
Senior System Administrator at Bell Canada
FlexPod has saved data center costs, due to the fact that we reduced our footprint for storage in a big way. We went from three complete racks down to a 2U storage array for more than 300 terabytes of storage.
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reviewer926175
Senior Systems Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It has decreased our data center costs around 8 to 10 percent.
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ChrisKnott
Data Center Engineer at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
The solution has decreased organizational data center costs.
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Zbyszek Sitarek
IT Manager at Capgemini
Our data center costs have decreased as a result of having FlexPod. We could reduce the number of racks in which we are using in the data center because of the way FlexPod works. I think that at this moment, compared to what we had before using FlexPod, we still have a lower footprint in the data center as we had 10 years ago.
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reviewer1223397
Solutions Architect at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
In terms of switches, cabling, the chassis — being able to fit eight servers in 6U obviously, helps out in terms of data center savings.
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