Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series Scalability

StorageV1ba6
Storage & Virtualization Team Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
When you purchase the machine, you need to know what the purpose is that you buy the machine for. If you do design, it's pretty scalable for most use cases. As a career job, I have around 45 storage machines. If I didn't have enough room in one, I choose another for use. View full review »
MahdiBahmani
Solution Architect, IT Consultant at Merdasco - Rayan Merdas Data Prosseccing
As you know, the HDS company is one of the main key players in the storage world and it always offers the most high-performance products, as these products are designed for large business environments, they have good scale-out and scale-up capabilities. For instance, the HDS claims that the latest one which it's named VSP 5500 have more than 21M IOPS only in 8U and 69PB of storage. View full review »
Adeniyi Oluwole
Senior Product Manager at Mitsumi Nigeria Limited
It's a scalable solution. I think that one of the strategies around the scalability is to allow different classified storage options. You will need to have infinite supply for an enterprise. For you to scale, it might be easier for you to do an upgrade, but then you'd have to change your computer, or you would have to change each of the classes. But it is pretty scalable in each of the classes of storage. One of our biggest customers, an enterprise customer, has a modem and he buys his storage. View full review »
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Opsservicemgr67
Senior Manager Operational Services at Orange
We have one storage device for all of the patients, so it's very critical. There are more than a thousand users. View full review »
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