HPE StoreVirtual Room for Improvement

reviewer1270605
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I'm not sure if HP is integrating various platforms and coming out with newer options on this solution. It needs to be upgraded from time to time. There are some upgrades which are due to take in new features. The solution needs to ensure it is on par with the industry in terms of availability of features and various other options. View full review »
Vebjorn Nergaard
Senior IT Engineer at Guard Automation AS
The challenge we have right now is that the product reaches its end of life in October of 2022. They should continue producing this solution. The initial setup could be simplified to make it easier for new users. The solution should offer a simpler network setup. The product's interface is a bit dated. They should refresh its design. View full review »
reviewer1269384
Technical Architect at Dimension Data
One of the areas that need improvement is the consolidated management platform, to manage all of the nodes from one place and the licensing around that. There is an issue that I have found with many hyper-converged solutions or systems that you build out into a hyper-converged platform, which is that the management interface is not always consolidated on-site. View full review »
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reviewer1237494
HPE Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I would like to have this solution easily integrate with VMware. View full review »
reviewer1237392
Senior Storage Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Hardware and disk failures are happening frequently. View full review »
SimonBegin
Counsel
Product looks like it is in the end of development. HPE will be probably be merging with SimpliVity. I hope they will continue the product as we already have multiple HW servers besides HPE, and a software SDS means more flexibility for us. View full review »
Darren Mullan
Infrastructure Team Leader at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
There is no next release. The product is coming to end-of-life in the next three years. View full review »
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