FlexPod Simplify Infrastructure

Have you found that the solution simplifies infrastructure from edge to core to cloud? If yes, how has this affected your operations? Please explain with examples.

MarioArlia
Senior Systems Engineer at First Ontario Credit Union
In terms of simplifying our infrastructure, we do not use the cloud right now.
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Michael-Jensen
Infrastructure Engineer at Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center
This solution has definitely simplified our infrastructure from edge to core to cloud. It's a simple process, for example, the way you create the cloud pools. It's not complicated and very transparent.
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reviewer1223601
Director IT at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
This solution has helped to simplify our infrastructure. All of these individual components integrate well with each other, and from a customer standpoint, I don't really have to worry about compatibility and other things on my end.
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KyleKnox
Systems Engineer at First Ontario Credit Union
The solution simplifies infrastructure from edge to core to cloud. It makes supporting it, troubleshooting it, and documentation a lot easier. Time to resolving a problem goes down quite a bit as well.
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RafaelLage
CTO at ForceOne
FlexPod has so many versions and capabilities. So, we can simplify the data flowing between edge, port, and cloud.
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ChrisKnott
Data Center Engineer at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Before we had FlexPod, we had just stacks and stacks of servers. To be able to put everything in one rack, one solution with the storage, was a big step up.
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reviewer1223397
Solutions Architect at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
It would be tough to quantify how much is actually saved, but I know it is a significant reduction in the number of cables, number of switches, and number of servers that they have to use in FlexPod deployment.
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