HPE 3PAR Flash Storage Pricing and License Cost

Jeff Stone
Solutions Architect at Optio Data
I do not sell 3PAR all the time because it may not fit in with everything a client is trying to do. It is more about finding the right product for the solution. View full review »
MikeBollman
IT Director at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The only licensing costs are around 3PAR in the form the OS itself. You pay at time of purchase. It is capacity-based, and you have annual maintenance that you pay. View full review »
Dallas Widing
IT Manager at BouMatic LLC
For the entire six node cluster and the two 7200 units plus the Brocade Fibre switches, we financed it through HPE Financial. It was $850,000. We leased that and paid it off in October of 2018. I have to renew support in October for the existing solution. That will cost me roughly $50,000 this year, which in the grand scheme of things, $50,000 is not that much compared to paying $850,000. However, it will be the last year that I'll be able to get direct support from HPE. Therefore, product has to be replaced in 2020. View full review »
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Leonardo Amarello
System Engineer at NV GEBE
Our licensing cost are $32,000 annually. View full review »
Tye Summerville
IT Operations Manager at ACCC Insurance
We had to go back and purchase iLO licenses and brocade switches for the flex fabric to have a complete solution. View full review »
Mark Frenette
HPC Architect at Nuance Communications
You can find cheaper storage but you pay for performance. 3PARs performance has been consistent. I have seen other arrays slow down as the load increases due to controller saturation. View full review »
ITManage04a2
IT Manager at a energy/utilities company
Think seriously about the very long-term: the three, four, and five-year costs of the solution. Will it still be there doing what your company needs? Do not just look at the initial capital outlay of year one. View full review »
Brian-Earnst
Enterprise Architect at Blessing Health Systems
Purchasing maintenance: You can't get software maintenance from a third party. You have to do it from HPE, which is a letdown. View full review »
NetworkM17fa
Network Manager at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
It is a little more money, but it is worth it because it does it better. View full review »
SystemsE33b6
Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I would like it to be cheaper. View full review »
RajeshSrinivasan
Director at HCL Technologies
Cost-wise, it is a little bit on the higher side, but it is an awesome product. View full review »
StorageA404a
Storage Admin at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Since the prices of the flash storage has gone down tremendously, I would definitely recommend going for the all-flash storage array or 3PAR. It is a big expensive even now, but it will be the future of all industries. View full review »
Javier Maldonado
Systems Architect with 10,001+ employees
HPE is changing on the licensing way, because in the past, you had to apply for a license for everything. Now, they have made a combo for all the licenses, which is more helpful, but there are a few things which are not completely included in the product. Talking from a license point of view, to be more competitive, as customer, we need a more aggressive price that includes all the licenses available. View full review »
ManagerI5065
Manager IT Infrastructure at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nowadays, from a storage point of view, there are so many vendors in the market. So cost is one of the factors that pushed us to go with HPE 3PAR. Cost-wise they're pretty competitive. View full review »
SrEngine62c7
Sr. Engineer at a leisure / travel company
Give 3PAR a good consideration. Budget wise, 3PAR is a lot of money compared to other solutions, but what is in the 3PAR integration that customers are getting now from the Nimble and InfoSight acquisitions, it is worthwhile. View full review »
Directora818
Director of North America at a sports company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We do not have any licensing fees. View full review »
Marty Riedling
Systems Engineer Manager at Ingles Markets, Incorporated
Our licensing costs are all lumped together with everything else, so I don't know the breakout. View full review »
Ricky Santos
System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The cost is reasonable given that the licensing is all included once you purchase it. View full review »
Wes Wimpey
Systems Architect at Greenville Health Systems
My recommendation would be to engage professional services, if you have questions. We sat down and went through a very extensive (six to eight month) evaluation from the components. We visited some labs and other sites. Take advantage of what HPE offers as far as professional services, and this will help you make the right decision. View full review »
it_user539658
Researcher
The new licensing model includes every function for the same price, and in terms of price, everything is possible if HPE is interested in getting the contract. View full review »
Cindy Cecutti
Director IT at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
This licensing fees for this solution are merged with all of our HP annual costs, which in total are a couple hundred thousand dollars. View full review »
Mikael Jonsson
IT Architect
Speak with HPE and describe your whole scenario before buying it, so you do not buy and hope. View full review »
Tommy Hong
Enterprise Infrastructure Architect at loanDepot
For the price you pay, there are far better products out there. View full review »
it_user215859
Team Lead for Infrastructure at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
Current licensing model is good. Future users can optimize by buying the best suited model for their needs and future growth plans. View full review »
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