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HPE 3PAR Flash Storage Valuable Features

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Solutions Engineer at AmWINS Group, Inc.
In a word, performance. It was primarily brought in to replace our EVA with something that was more capable from a performance perspective. We did not order solid state in our original configuration and we were looking for something which could grow with us, that could handle unpredictable VMware workloads better, and that didn't have the bottlenecks of a traditional monolithic array. Since that time, we have added solid state to accelerate the performance further. view full review »
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Network Analyst at Central CUSD #301
* The overall quality of the product is fantastic. Advanced Optimization is one of the best features I never thought I needed until I actually used it and saw it in action. * The overall speed has been great as well. * Create vVols and assigning them to the hosts is streamlined and easy. * The ability to delegate and control every aspect of the storage array has allowed us to split the workload safely. * The 3PAR StoreServ Management console has also given the console the fresh look that it really needed. * Also, their support has been fantastic every time I have had a question or a problem they have been able to help me every time the first time. view full review »
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Server and Storage Practice Lead at a tech services company with 1-100 employees
The 7200 and 7400 are both easy to manage. The reporting suite is a must and gives you all the information you need to manage storage. Thin suite helps you manage how the storage is used and reclaimed, and one of the best features is the new AFC (Adaptive Flash Cache) which combined with AO (Adaptive Optimisation) really helps performance. view full review »
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Sr. Manager Enterprise Services at a venture capital & private equity firm with 100-1000 employees
The performance that we get out of it. We probably purchased too big an array for our needs. We're not even touching on the IOPs that it can do. That's been a great benefit; the support on the 3PAR has been really nice also. It's very reliable and it was cost competitive with other arrays at the time that we purchased it. view full review »
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ICT Infrastructure Architect at a comms service provider with 1000+ employees
It handles the structure of our system easily and provides us with really good performance. We have the older systems and not the new ones with the 7400. They all mesh together well and we've been able to move data from the old to new easily. It's also easy to code. view full review »
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Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1-100 employees
* Wide striping * Ease of use * Dedicated ASIC * Thin Provisioning * AO and DO * Adaptive Flash Cache * Persistent Ports * Tiered storage * AFA * Funcitonality view full review »
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Senior Systems Engineer - Storage and Virtualization at a legal firm with 1000+ employees
It's reliable and it's fast. view full review »
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Senior Datacenter Specialist at a aerospace/defense firm with 1000+ employees
What I like about 3PAR ( https://www.itcentralstation.com/products/hpe-3par-flash-storage ) is just how easy it is to use. A lot of my guys don't do storage admin every day and yet they have no issues allocating the storage. From my perspective, it's really easy for me to be able to get in and do any troubleshooting with it and it's very consistent. It's a rock steady performer. view full review »
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Director, IT Infrastructure & Architecture at SOCAN
One of the things that I really liked about the 3PAR solution, going back to the architecture, is its unified architecture for their entire suite of products. Companies like NetApp and EMC, have a very broad spectrum of products, but as you go through their portfolio, the way that they're managed, the way that their team would have to interact with our product, it differs. So I was looking for a platform that would allow us to scale, because as we know, data is not becoming less and less. It's increasing. So if some day we need to increase the SAN that we have right now. I feel very comfortable that if I was to choose another product within the 3PAR suite, that my team could get it off and running off the ground very quickly Flash as a solution for us was very obvious. Reason being, as I mentioned before, we're very data intensive. For the longest time, disc has been our bottleneck in our processing service, in our processing capabilities. With flash, we have no concerns. So it's been a very, very great and positive experience for us view full review »
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Enterprise Architect at Alliance Resource Partners
So we actually go with a three tier solution. We have near line, we have fast class, fiber channel, and we have SSD, the flash. We began making an entrance into introducing flash. That was really as part of a 7400. So we acquired a 7400, took our F400, put it into DR, and with that 7400, we've now been able to actually grow and increase based upon the needs. So we've been able to look at the data, look at the growth and the need for the SSD, as needed, and we moved things around. We're starting to introduce AO, but realistically, we didn't have to initially jump in and put everything into all flash. I know the sales force wanted us to, but realistically, at the end of the day, we wanted to take a more cautious approach, and it's paid off for us. view full review »
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Storage Administrator at a manufacturing company with 1000+ employees
It is incredibly easy to manage. We’re getting the performance that we need, and that’s what we need storage to be. We plug it in and it works, and everybody forgets about it, which is what we need. We’re using 3 different RAIDS, and it’s working just fine. view full review »
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Enterprise Systems Administrator at a agriculture with 1000+ employees
I like the adaptive optimization and that it functions as virtual storage and I don’t have to go in and carve things across spindles. view full review »
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Manager Information Technology I at a insurance company with 1000+ employees
Scalability is the most valuable feature. view full review »
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Senior Network Engineer at Colonial Savings
Easy manageability, and the speed is very quick. view full review »
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Senior Systems Engineer at a real estate/law firm with 1000+ employees
For the P10400, we didn’t license many of the features that would have made this product really shine. We bought it for its advertised scalability, active-active controller design, and uptime (non-disruptive upgrades, port virtualization, etc.). We have not upgraded its capacity, controller count, or connection count since we’ve bought it so the scalability piece really didn’t make much difference for us. The uptime piece, however, has been 100% since initial start-up which is great. Although we cannot service the unit ourselves, cage level availability and the support team that takes care of the InForm OS updates and failed hardware have made it a great array for simply servicing I/O with nothing fancy added in. The 7400 array is where things really start to shine for us on products and features. We initially bought this array as a production replacement of a set of EVA’s for file services and VMWare. As such it was important to us to have a reliable array that would balance itself, and was easier to upgrade than the P10400. It needed to support new OS’s fairly quickly and also have non-disruptive upgrades. We put that to the test when we added our test environment to the array. In that upgrade, only six months after initial purchase, it was very important that we could keep our test I/O from disrupting the production environment, so priority optimization became an important feature. We added two controllers, and doubled the size of the array to accommodate our test environment, and did so without downtime. The priority optimization is a real-time QoS component of the array that can be changed without disruption and takes effect in seconds. The six fibre ports per controller allow me to segregate I/O streams from VMWare and Windows to keep from having queue length and buffer issues or to simply balance out I/O load. view full review »
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Solution Architect at a comms service provider with 1-100 employees
The thin technology and adaptive optimization features make the SAN appear bigger and faster than what it replaced, all the while using a third of the rack space. We also use Flash SSD disks for adaptive optimization, and this speeds up the performance up to 10 times what it was. view full review »
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Sr. San and Storage Engineer at a tech services company with 1-100 employees
* RCIP - Its part of our data replication into our DR site * Flash view full review »
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Network Systems & Security Admin at a legal firm with 100-1000 employees
* Reliability * Support * Flash storage - I wish we were using it view full review »
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Systems Integrator - VMWare, Cisco, EMC & HP. at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
* ASIC assisted RAID Calculations * Performance * Flash view full review »
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Global Head of Server and Storage Infrastructure at a financial services firm with 1000+ employees
* The ease of scaling. * It's ability to provide different endpoints with different amounts of scalable storage. * The way that it integrates with different HPE systems, such as the CLX, which is a cluster extensions package. * The ability to migrate workloads from one data center to another. view full review »
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Owner at Serit IT Partner
* It's fast. * You can mix cheap storage with expensive storage. * It's very reliable. It's a system that is 100%; no failures. view full review »
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Infrastructure Manager at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
The 3PAR is very reliable, flexible, scalable, stable, and is a high performance storage solution that is easy to administer. It meets all the requirements we have for storage systems. We used to have HPE’s XP solution. That was a little bit too costly. We also had the EVA systems on the 3PARs and the mid-range suits our work very well. view full review »
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Senior Infrastructure Lead at a tech services company with 1-100 employees
The most valuable features are the scalability and the support, because you need to keep the business running. view full review »
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Category Manager at a government with 100-1000 employees
To me, the deduplication features and compression are really helpful. The all-flash integration is valuable. It's high-density storage, so the total cost of ownership of the solution is good for a company. view full review »
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IT Systems Manager at City Electrical Factors
Most valuable to us are the capacity, the scalability, and also the reliability. view full review »
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Storage Engineer Architect at a healthcare company with 1000+ employees
The main features are good pricing, very good options, and ease of use. From a management point of view, the reports provided by the management console are very good. view full review »
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IT Engineer at a healthcare company with 1000+ employees
The reliability, scalability, and performance of HPE 3PAR are the most important things for us. view full review »
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Department head Data AOS at a tech services company with 1000+ employees
Most valuable to us is that the 3PAR is very easy to use and has good response times. view full review »
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IT Architect at Bolagsverket
The speed and the storage optimization are the best features. I realized that instead of mixing with the traditional hard drives and flash, we could go with flash. We made an RFP, and found that for more or less the same cost, we could get an all-flash solution. view full review »
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Bankprokurist at a financial services firm with 100-1000 employees
This tool is directly attached to the ProLiant server. It has very, very low latency. view full review »
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Head of Infrastructure and Security at a financial services firm with 1-100 employees
* The most valuable feature to me is its reliability. After that, it is the architecture, and the rest of the HPE sort of products, like the blades and the storage. * You've got the best of breed from a storage perspective, and a proven solution that integrates well with the HPE c7000 or the BladeSystem infrastructure. You have a solution that has been tried and tested by HPE as an overall solution. * It enables us to use a virtualized layer. Until we deployed our 3PAR, we had pretty much everything as physical servers. With 3PAR, we are in the process of completing the virtualization of our services. view full review »
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Systems Analyst at Turku PET Centre
It's dynamic and easy to manage. It really meets our requirements. view full review »
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IT Manager at Turku PET Centre
For us, the most important feature is reliability. It must be tough because we work in a hospital and we want it to be solid. It must work always, always, always. view full review »
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Technical Project Manager at a engineering company with 1000+ employees
The most valuable feature is its tiered approach to data structuring. We can quickly move data that's stored on slow disks to faster disks if the demand arises. That's good value for our company. view full review »
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Storage and Virtualisation Analyst at a tech company with 1000+ employees
For me, the most valuable feature is its flexibility. You don't have to pre-plan everything. With more traditional storage systems, you had to decide on the size of your RAID groups and what RAID groups you wanted. A lot of customers don't know that upfront. The nice thing about 3PAR is you can set it up and just let the system essentially tune itself. view full review »
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IT System admin at Imeldaziekenhuis vzw
It is affordable and trustworthy with high availability. It has never been down since I’ve been using it. view full review »
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CIO at Equra Health
It's probably the most cost-effective, value-for-money system for the mid-market. view full review »
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Broadcasting Technologist at a media company with 1000+ employees
The features I like are the reliability, the cost, and support. It is quite an expensive kit, but the support we get and the reliability is what we pay for, and that's important to us. view full review »
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CIO at Vanheede Environment Group
The data deduplication is one valuable feature. Another thing is the fast storage possibility and the whole clustering mode. Because we have a dual data center set-up and we wanted to have a high availability solution, we chose HPE 3PAR. view full review »
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ICT System Engineer at Universitätsspital Zürich
Flexibility is the most valuable feature of 3PAR. I'm able to convert my data anytime, online, from any type of storage to any type of storage, or even between different types of storage. view full review »
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CIO at Bruggs Cable
It's quite fast, easy to manage, and easy to extend. Adding new shelves or new platforms is easy. view full review »
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Section Manager at a government with 100-1000 employees
The most valuable features are the functions and the flash disks. They make our storage system ( https://www.itcentralstation.com/categories/enterprise-flash-array-storage ) much faster than previous systems. view full review »
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Managing Director at Lanware
The service and the support, as well as the technology. Yes, there are plenty of technical features that it offers, which we would expect from HPE. One of the reasons that we use HPE is because they tend to provide a quality product with all the latest advances in technology; so, its storage level, things like deduplication ( https://www.itcentralstation.com/categories/deduplication-software ), all-flash array ( https://www.itcentralstation.com/categories/enterprise-flash-array-storage ), real-time replication. In addition to that, it's just as important that the ongoing support and monitoring of the system is proactive, and also the account management side. If we have particular challenges with either the specific design and build of the array or we need to upgrade, we feel like we have good support from the people who own our relationship to help guide us through that process. view full review »
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Network Administrator at a transportation company with 1000+ employees
We find the adaptive optimization and dynamic optimization to be the most valuable features. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Systems Engineering Manager at a aerospace/defense firm with 1000+ employees
I think it's the direction in which they're moving in terms of flash storage and being able to take your legacy systems, integrate the old hard drives with flash storage and perform the migrations. Especially when including virtualization and trying to shrink your data center and improve performance. view full review »
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IT Manager at Continental Currency Services
It's very user intuitive. It's not really that complicated as long as you have the basic knowledge on how SANs work. It's easily deployable and costs verses other brands is good. This size is also a plus. view full review »
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Storage Engineer at a healthcare company with 1000+ employees
It's a definitely an easy to use interface. It's also easy to learn. We're currently moving over to more HPE solutions, so it was an easy transition. view full review »
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Director - Data Centre Operations at MCAP
What's relatively common in most SAN ( https://www.itcentralstation.com/categories/modular-san ) environments is consolidation of storage under a single management interface or pool. The ability to quickly scale and expand storage as required, and to accommodate whatever deliverables you're putting out there. I think one of the advantages of 3PAR obviously is its tiered storage, as well as its visibility, deduplication in the flash is a big component. Just being a holistic solution that you can rely on as a cornerstone to the foundation for your underlying infrastructure. You have that flexibility to use it for your virtual infrastructure, grow it out to accommodate other storage requirements. It's a single framework or platform that you can use to accommodate pretty much all your storage requirements. One of the features we use is Peer Persistence on the storage, so that's part of our core DR strategy, so that we have two data centers, we synch and replicate the data between the two centers. Then in the event of a disaster, because we're a virtualized environment, we can fail the storage over, and fail our VMs over, and we can be up and running. We test it on an annual basis, and we completely can fail all of one data center into another data center, and within an hour and a half, we have everything up and tested and back online. That's been our DR exercise. view full review »
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Technical Advisor - IT Service Management (ITSM) at a logistics company with 1000+ employees
The 3PAR is a way for us to manage our SAN fabric and have a way to do that in this very complex environment in which we operate. The 3PAR's been something we've relied upon for a number of years and continue to do so. view full review »
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CIO at a tech services company with 1000+ employees
We went with 3PAR because we primarily use other storage solutions for our main production products. We chose 3PAR for one product because it runs on OpenVMS and it's only certified to run on HPE. That's why we went with 3PAR. It was a smooth transition over. It went pretty stable. We got an outside HPE VAR to help with the rollover. It's been very stable since we moved to it so. view full review »
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Senior Systems Engineer at a university with 1000+ employees
Easy management is huge as is the scalability and the performance. view full review »
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IT Director of Technology at Resorts World Las Vegas
We used it in a casino BI environment, along with the BladeSystem 3000. It was a very good performer, and really no problems with it. It was rock-solid. Using it in a BI environment, we got a lot of IOPS, a lot of throughput with it, and very good performance. view full review »
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Chief Digital Officer, Director at a financial services firm with 100-1000 employees
The implementation of it was amazing. It's easy and it's come a long way. The platform we had before was about four years old, so the technology's always going to be better. We didn't take that for granted. Overall I think that the ease of understanding what we needed and then procuring it and getting it, and then how quick it was to get it installed. It's just amazing. view full review »
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Senior PreSale Engineer at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
* High granularity * Easy to use * Convergence with the HPE/VMware ecosystem view full review »
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Head of IT Architecture at a retailer with 1000+ employees
Most importantly for us, this product provides us with flexibility, it has a tiered architecture, and was easy to adopt into our IT infrastructure. view full review »
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Head of Global Engineering Computing at Siemens
We use 3PAR to separate certain parts of our infrastructure. For example, we can decide which portion of our data will be stored on SSD's and which will be stored on disc drives. We have a flexible contract with HP in order to do this, and it's been a huge advantage for us. view full review »
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Storage Admin at a financial services firm with 1000+ employees
With our previous EVA system, we couldn't shift data between different tiers online. We have multi-tiered storage and can move them online between SSD and global SAS. With 3PAR, we can quickly move our large volumes and check or test something, and if it's not faster with SSD, we can just move it back. view full review »
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Head of IT Infrastructure at Amey
The most valuable feature for us is the ease of 3PAR's scalability. We have 330 different organizations within our company; we do anything and everything. That's why scalability of 3PAR is so important to us. view full review »
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Director of ICT at a government with 100-1000 employees
We can deploy new servers and new solutions pretty quickly. If systems are stopped while the record picks up that they're starting to fail, we can add more resources to them quite dynamically. view full review »
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Senior IT Engineer at a insurance company with 1000+ employees
The compression it offers is probably the most valuable feature for us. We're able to reduce 16 terabytes of data by a 2:1 ratio, giving us the ability to put a lot more onto the 3PAR than our previous solution. Our files include a lot of large videos. view full review »
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Infrastructure Specialist VMware/Server at a insurance company with 1000+ employees
Scalability is the most valuable feature for us. It also has a great price point for cutting edge technology. view full review »
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CIO at Anadolu Medical Center
We need performance and this provides it. We also need affordable prices -- both at sales and post-sales -- and maintenance. In terms of technical support, our local HP team supports my requests and I know we can turn to them to understand our issues. In terms of the technology itself, it's not much different from other technologies. But what sets it apart if what happens after the sale -- maintenance and support. We also need speed, and this provides it. We have strict SLAs, and 3PAR allows me to put the right people together very quickly. view full review »
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Senior IT Specialist at a financial services firm with 100-1000 employees
The most valuable features are the reporting and replication. With the reporting, we get needed information about how much and where we're consuming storage. Reporting also shows us our replication as we replicate between volumes. view full review »
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Senior Server Engineer/Service Owner at a software R&D company with 100-1000 employees
There are several valuable features, including the easy-to-use application and straightforward end-user tools. That's been helpful for me and there's nothing complicated to learn. The reporting and charting are also actually quite good. I use the reports when I want to see performance, like how the discs are performing and how the AL is moving data to and from tiers. view full review »
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Server and telecoms services team manager/ITSM Expert at a Consumer Goods with 1000+ employees
The most valuable features for us are the flexibility and expandability of the platform itself. Also, there are regular updates with the software which bring out new features. The licensing policy is such that it brings us some additional revenue if we ever needed it. It's quite clear what kind of license we're purchasing. view full review »
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Sr. Unix Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 1000+ employees
Ease-of-use is very high on our list of features, as we are, like everyone else, trying to do more with fewer people. The reliability is very high, as we have performed multiple firmware updates and some controller replacements all on-line with no downtime and no impact to our users. view full review »
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Storage and Backup Engineer at Fidelity Investments
* Scaleable from two to eight controller nodes for High Availability * Persistent fabric array ports * Performance tuning * Dynamic and adaptive optimizations * Highly granular storage * One gigabyte miniature disk concept called "chunklets" * Striping of data across all disks available - wide striping * Highly intelligent Gen3 and Gen 4 ASICs which acts as the brain of the 3PAR storage systems. This is not a regular CPU * Very quick redistribution of data if there's a disk failure * All the disk drives in the system are used for data, since parity and spares are at the chunklet level. view full review »
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System Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school with 1-100 employees
* Simple management console with ability to manage storage (files, blocks, objects, functionalities) that's user friendly. * High-availability and resiliency * Data security (RAID system on global level (disks = modules)) view full review »
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Database & Hosting Team leader at a media company with 1000+ employees
The ability the use all available disks for different RAID requirements and also the replication is available out of the box. The ability to tune the volumes to spread across newly allocated drives. view full review »
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Storage Team Lead at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
Excellent support staff and quality equipment. view full review »
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Sr. Director, R&D Labs at Nuance Communications
For high-performance computing, we're always interested in innovation. The 3PAR solution, for example, with dedup and the chunklet concept is a piece of technology that nobody else has, and is a great advantage to our data center. view full review »
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Group CEO at LayerX Group
The most valuable features of the HP 3PAR solution for us I would have to say would be around thin provisioning and being able to provision big and then see what the utilization is like. And ultimately, the biggest thing, if you could draw a line from all of these features here down to one common thing, it's really the ability to change your mind. Now, as a service provider, you have to be able to change your mind, because your customers will, and if your customers change their mind and you can't, then you're kind of backed into a corner. So, you know, with the HP 3PAR and all of the dynamic-ness of that, you're able to change your mind at pretty much every layer of the technology stack. view full review »
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Sr. Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 100-1000 employees
I would say one of the most valuable is the ability to dedup on a CPG level. That's one of the newest features that has come out most recently and has enabled us to get a ratio of about 7.1 to 1. That's one of the things where we really were going for with it. One of the main examples for that is we were able to save a lot of money on we've converted from an older F400 to a 7400 SAN. view full review »
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Senior Manager, IT Infrastructure & Operations at a retailer with 1000+ employees
Right now we’re actually undergoing an expansion of the 3PAR and we’re using flash gearing with AO which is kind of maximizing that flash storage with a spindle in combination. I think that’s gotta be the best productivity feature. The other one would have to be that thin provisioning features, those are great. I think we ended up with a four to one ratio on thin provisioning and the looping. It’s very simple. You log in and it’s got a myriad of graphs and things that I can quickly put into a presentation for my upper management when I’m trying to justify why we’ve gone with a 3PAR, why we’ve made that kind of investment. Also, it’s really easy for me to bring in my lower technical resources into this 3PAR environment because I have to, I don’t have a choice, and kind of make sure that they don’t, we can manage security so that they can, they have enough rights to do their jobs without being able to cause a catastrophe. And again, that’s peace of mind is high on my priority list. view full review »
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Director, IT Services at University of Auckland
The most valuable features to us are the automatic failover, the peer persistence, and that ability to be able to be confident that if we have a data center outage, that our business will keep running. Those were the features from a business perspective that were the most important to me. view full review »
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Infrastructure Manager at a insurance company with 1000+ employees
The replication is important to us for our cross-campus and cross-site replication. So the recovery manager to be able to take capacity free snaps and use those for dev tests and stuff like the adaptive optimization where we can move things between different tiers, retuning and rate levels on the fly, the pier motion stuff moving when doing disc array migrations between models, moving the application online with no down time. Obviously, our performance was key. The ability to see real time statistics and do historical analysis on performance metrics, post base per-LAN and be able to see what's going on when something's going wrong. view full review »
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Storage Technologies Analyst at a retailer with 1000+ employees
The best feature is how easy it is to use. view full review »
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Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 100-1000 employees
Disk-utilization tier-ing (3PAR Adaptive Optimization) view full review »
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Systems Engineer IV at a media company with 1000+ employees
* Ease of Use * Performance * Stability * Tiering view full review »
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Senior Storage, Virtualization, and DR Engineer at a legal firm with 1000+ employees
The biggest pro is the overall performance. Provisioning is easy and fast. With NetApp, we needed to run scripts, which was a much slower process. In general, it’s been such a good fit for us, as it's fast, easy, and flexible. view full review »
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IT-Consultant at a tech services company with 1000+ employees
* Peer Motion * On-line import * AO view full review »
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Infrastructure Systems Engineer at a retailer with 1000+ employees
One single rack with the ability to expand and grow as needed. We are not currently using flash, but probably will in the future for some database solutions. view full review »
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Senior Systems Engineer - Storage and Virtualization at a legal firm with 1000+ employees
Our most important criteria when selecting a vendor for Flash Storage is partnership. Additionally, we value this solution for its performance and manageability. view full review »
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Sr. Solutions Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1000+ employees
Reliability. It’s a good, solid product with ease-of-management. view full review »
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Senior System Administrator at a financial services firm with 100-1000 employees
3PAR has CPG (common provisioning groups) which allowed us to create multiple RAIDs on the same disks, move LUNS between CPGs and between RAID arrays. No other storage had this capability. view full review »
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System Administrator at ProCredit Bank
Although the technology is packed with features, it's still very simple and intuitive to use at both hardware and software levels. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Network Administrator at a healthcare company with 100-1000 employees
* Virtual volume sets * Hosts sets * Remote copy * Snapshots * Storage tiering * We currently use SSD for a few databases view full review »
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Solutions Architect - EMC at a reseller with 100-1000 employees
The ability for data to be auto-tiered and the flash capabilities. view full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Senior Engineer at a tech consulting company with 1-100 employees
The performance is a good feature. view full review »

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