HPE OneView Room for Improvement

Solutiondbab
Solutions Architect
I had some minor difficulties with upgrading, but the solution still works fine. That is basically it. I can see what I want. I am still looking for more improvements. I am not that into the deployment part. I am more into viewing on a global scale what goes well, and what goes bad. I do not apply using the tool, yet. I am not sure I am going to use it, because I have had a bad experience with some other products, so I am not sure I am going that way. However, with the monitoring and the management part, it is very good. With upgrades, it simply stopped. It was the database. It was not digitized correctly, so they fixed it pretty fast. In this particular case, technical support was very responsive. When I did the upgrade with help from HPE, and it went through, I saw that I was able to switch on remote support. So, I connected to see what our contract was like. Was it 24/7 or 9/5? So, I accidentally turned it on, and maybe I should not have, but it started enabling remote support on all our services. This is definitely something I would like to more heavily rely on, because we need to see if we forgot a server. We have about 200, and we could easily have forget one. We cannot travel around to all our offices, so some got lost, it happens. Maybe we forgot to buy an extended contract or something. We have an external firm, as well, to help us with that. So, I would like to see that. I saw it was turned on, but I could not change things. I would like to extend that contract to a 24/7, and not 9/5, so you could click that button that said, "Are you sure?" Yes, I am sure. Okay, I am going to puff it up for you, and I am going to send you an extra bill. That is fine by me. I would like that. View full review »
Chris Chambers
Systems Engineer at Allegis
The area that I'm currently looking to explore is API-based automation. Thus far, I haven't gotten very far in it, so I can't really say where we are at, looking for that. Other than that, at the moment, we don't have a big need for more features. We need the time to really dig in to it and expand our usage of it. View full review »
Declan Mannix
IT Administrator at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
One thing which is missing is that you can't actually log a support call yourself. So, it's automatic, if a machine has gone wrong. However, sometimes it does not actually log a call for you, so it would be nice to actually be able to click "submit a case" within OneView instead of having to go out, login to Insight Remote Support's website and do it from there. That would be a good feature. View full review »
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Infrastrbf42
Infrastructure Manager at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
I saw, maybe three years ago or two years ago here, or in Barcelona, at the HPE Discover conference, a feature that you can update Clusterware with VMware. But the feature is still not live in production. So it would be nice if you could roll out all your firmware updates seamlessly with vCenter updates and it would remediate at the cluster level of VMware. So it would keep track of how many hosts can reboot at one time. Maybe parallel updates. So you can do all at once. Currently, you have to do all the firmware updates and then you have to do the VMware updates. So you have two reboots and it would be better if it was just one. In general, I think the development of new features should go faster. View full review »
Assistan0a5b
Assistant IT Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
I cannot say. Maybe there will be, but my experience is not deep enough at this moment. View full review »
Infrastr7ee7
Infrastructure Manager at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Those features coming in version 4 that we're looking for are the discovery, primarily. But I think the scope-based access control is of interest, although, we didn't see any directory integration, so that, in itself, seems like it's still limited. View full review »
Michele Grillo
Junior IT Manager at a financial services firm
The interface is a bit bland. It does its job, but it could have a better interface. View full review »
CloudEng4a0e
Cloud Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
OS deployment, but it is in version 4 with Synergy. View full review »
Infrastr9730
Infrastructure Engineer with 10,001+ employees
Additional APIs. View full review »
Marcus Svensson
Product Specialist at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
It needs more reporting capabilities. View full review »
ProductOc54a
Product Owner at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
There are some important features for security in the next version. That is one of the better improvements. View full review »
Glenn Teuchler
Systems Admin
It's new for us, so I need to get the hands-on experience first, before I comment on this. View full review »
FastData6181991
Fast Data Solutions Architect at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
I would like to see them expand into other cloud platforms, non-HPE platforms. View full review »
Chiel Spaans
CTO at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
There was a feature called HPE cloud manager, but now it is owned by Micro Focus. HPE should make a cloud optimizer again. View full review »
Ivan Kovalchuk
Business Development Manager with 1,001-5,000 employees
I think HPE could make more user-friendly interfaces, exclude Java and move to an HTML5 platform, make more detailed documentation, and lower the price. View full review »
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