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HPE 3PAR Flash Storage Cost and Licensing Advice

Anonymous avatar x60
Senior Systems Engineer at a real estate/law firm with 1000+ employees
The original setup was about $700,000 for the v400 and $350,000 for the 7400. The day to day cost is negligible in terms of support as they are really stable arrays. view full review »
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Solution Architect at a comms service provider with 1-100 employees
The product seemed to be too cheap when compared to replacing our existing SAN. Therefore, we were hesitant at the features and performance offered. I believe we spent around C$80k for the system. Maintenance and proactive support was included, so day to day costs are really only power. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Storage and Virtualisation Analyst at a tech company with 1000+ employees
I think the license structure is quite transparent and fair. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Network Administrator at a transportation company with 1000+ employees
STAY AWAY. They will give you a book for an invoicing quote. view full review »
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IT Director of Technology at Resorts World Las Vegas
It's a very expensive solution. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Storage Admin at a financial services firm with 1000+ employees
The pricing is fair, but you have to pay for every little feature, which is something I really dislike about HP. You buy the software, then the hardware, then the OS license, then if you want more, you have to pay more just to put your data on it. For example, if you want to replicate data, you have to get the replication license. You can't just replicate data and I can't always get budget approved to do that. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Sr. Unix Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 1000+ employees
Licensing the features that we use was not overly complex to get worked out, and HP was very helpful in providing details on the features we needed to provide the functions we needed, which was primarily the synchronous replication between our sites. view full review »
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Storage and Backup Engineer at Fidelity Investments
Pricing and licensing depend on the customer/partner deals and negotiations/agreements. view full review »
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Database & Hosting Team leader at a media company with 1000+ employees
Always purchase at the financial year end of the vendor to obtain the best pricing, and also purchase the maintenance in advance. I purchased it with five years maintenance included. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Storage Team Lead at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
I can say that one can realize very nice discounts if the order is placed towards the end of the calendar year, as that coincides with HPs fiscal end of year. Licensing for some features can be quite expensive, so one should take care to fully vet out which features should be licensed. Don’t let the sales team oversell licensing and make sure that the installation plan is fully understood. view full review »
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Sr. Director, R&D Labs at Nuance Communications
So in our high performance computing environments, we are I/O bound, which means that we process about two to three million files a second. In order to process that data that quickly, in the past we had to buy a lot of spindles, the traditional hard drives. With flash, we don't have to buy that many spindles anymore. We can save money by just buying the capacity, and the performance with flash is tremendous. And the device we're using for that is the HP 3PAR 7450. view full review »
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IT-Consultant at a tech services company with 1000+ employees
Wait for the right opportunity as HP tends to do “3PAR bundles”. They bundle 3PAR storage and software licenses at a great discount, so never accept the listing price for a 3PAR, but that goes without saying. view full review »
Tigran hunanyan li?1430201352
System Administrator at ProCredit Bank
The original cost for two storage devices, was around US$200,000. Both devices have been in production for a year now, and we have not changed a part of it starting from the physical disks. It just works! As for other costs, it consumes about 1KW of energy. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Senior Engineer at a tech consulting company with 1-100 employees
I don't have an idea of actual numbers, but I do remember at a high-level meeting, stating that a three year lease, including hardware support, would cost us about as much as we were then paying for support for the six EVAs that we owned. view full review »

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