HPE Superdome X Competitors and Alternatives

Read reviews of HPE Superdome X competitors and alternatives
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Real User
Senior Director, Systems Software Support & Engineering at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
Jan 23 2017

What do you think of HPE BladeSystem?

Valuable Features I get the same level of service and perspective for everything. It is a generic experience with respect to what it's used for. • Room for Improvement I would like to see all-around fulfillment availability from top to bottom in terms of features. I guess the answer is higher availability. • Stability Issues The stability is pretty good. I'd say it's on par with other vendors in the same category. • Scalability Issues It scales fine for tens of thousands of things. • Customer Service and Technical Support I can’t comment on things that I'm not supposed to. • Previous Solutions We were using a multitude of vendors with comparable differences. • Other Solutions Considered We considered the typical ones, the big three: IBM, HPE, and Dell. ...
Real User
Technical Head at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Dec 01 2016

What do you think of Cisco UCS B-Series?

Valuable Features The most valuable feature is the UCS Manager which integrates everything. Java and HTML 5 base admin console is now available • Improvements to My Organization Its provisioning and ease of management have improved our functioning. • Room for Improvement Power Options for setting up Grid needs to have further customization. N+1 for power supply is not applicable in some data centers • Use of Solution I've used it for 3 years. • Deployment Issues We've had no issues with deployment. • Stability Issues We've had no issues with stability. N+1 for powersupply is not applicable on grid type data centers • Scalability Issues It's highly scalable. With everything set up, downtime is never an issue when adding blades. • Customer...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Real User
Systems Programmer II at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jun 15 2017

What is most valuable?

Improved storage, scalability, and ease-of-use. It is a lot packed into a small chassis/frame.

How has it helped my organization?

* It has reduced a lot of our infrastructure down to a few systems. This is opposed to larger, two and four use systems. It's knocked us down to a few frames and made it a lot easier to use. * A single unified infrastructure that can be... more»

What needs improvement?

Firmware. I'd get the firmware to be a little more secure and a little more streamlined.

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