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    Real User
    Technical Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
    Feb 09 2017

    What is most valuable?

    Why pick a UCS blade over a Dell, HPE or Lenovo system? The answer depends on what application I need to run. If I want a small-scale, 3-4 server application space in a localized area, I want a rack mount, for a price advantage. If I need a... more»

    How has it helped my organization?

    Previously, we focused on CPUs and servers, relying on the Intel cadence for change. With Cisco UCS, we became network-centric and changed our mindset to abstract the server, making it a stateless object for workloads. Managing blade servers... more»

    What needs improvement?

    Cisco is behind as far as SSD qualifications and options allowed, relative to other vendors, but that is in keeping with their philosophy of a stateless working environment. If I add a unique storage attribute to my blades, I encumber it with... more»
    Real User
    Support Engineer-Enterprise System at a tech services company
    Nov 26 2017

    What do you think of Lenovo Blade Servers [EOL]?

    Valuable Features We have separate compute module know as FSM for management. • Improvements to My Organization Easy to deploy with better performance and less maintenance. • Room for Improvement Integrated DVD/CD ROM. • Use of Solution Five years. • Stability Issues No issues to date. • Scalability Issues It is every important that you should be very clear with your future plans. We have had no scalability issues to date. • Customer Service and Technical Support OK. • Previous Solutions We switched because it is good to maintain a hybrid infrastructure. • Initial Setup Need some level of technical knowledge to configure it. • Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing Licensing depends upon your budget and pricing depends upon your requirements ...
    Real User
    Senior Engineer at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
    Sep 01 2016

    What is most valuable?

    Fitting 40 logical cores and 400GB of RAM into one half-height blade allows me to achieve the density in a cloud environment I aim for. What's more is it handles workloads of 25 VMs and more without any noticeable penalty performance-wise.... more»

    How has it helped my organization?

    The density achieved by the M630 while maintaining good performance allowed us to cut our hardware footprint by more than half. This makes for a huge cost saving, not only for hardware to maintain and rack space rental costs, but also reduces... more»

    What needs improvement?

    For a half-height blade, Dell did well with this one, not leaving much room for improvement. The ever-increasing boot time due to ever-increasing POST checks with every new generation makes maintenance tasks somewhat of a headache. That and... more»
    Real User
    Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
    Oct 31 2016

    What is most valuable?

    The Netra Modular System is really cool because unlike all the other Oracle solutions, this is a system that is a lot more agile. It's a technology that's the basis of a converged infrastructure, but it's what we work on -- agile convergence.... more»

    How has it helped my organization?

    There's a lot benefits with the Netra. First, since it is an agile system, I can mix hypervisors. For free, you're going to get Oracle VM, which is a great hypervisor, but some things don't run well when they're virtualized. They run really... more»

    What needs improvement?

    What I would love to see is better integration between Enterprise Manager and ES2 switches. That's the one area where the integration isn't as tight as we would like to see. I know that in the new version of Enterprise Manager that's not out... more»

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