HPE Synergy Pricing and License Cost

Director2039
Director at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
The platform that we run Synergy on is all virtualized. Our primary cost is likely VMware. View full review »
Brent Beverly
VP Technology at Scalematrix
VMware is part of the cost. We bought the chassis, we bought the solution. The blades are roughly running us $60,000 a pop right now. View full review »
Wayne Holland
Services Support Supervisor at WSDOT
We do a biannual renewal. I know how much that renewal is, but I don't know how much it breaks down to be just Synergy, since we have our VMware, all of our physical equipment, etc. all rolled up into one renewal, which is a little over $300,000 every two years. However, only a subset of that is the Synergy product. There was at least about a 20 percent savings in cost over our purchase based on the purchase price of the compute modules themselves versus what we've had to pay before. It was significantly less. View full review »
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ManagerI379a
Manager IT Infrastructure at a aerospace/defense firm with 10,001+ employees
The licensing is more around the software for RGS, because we are deploying bare metal installs. It is mainly the operating system and any lights-out management. So, licensing is minimum. We are licensing it annually. When we made the purchase of the hardware, we added Professional Services to it. It reduced our IT infrastructure cost by a little because of the amount of capacity and it is bigger. I only have 12 blades in Synergy, where in the c7000, I had 16 blades. I lost four systems for customers in the way that we deploy systems. View full review »
SeniorSe5ba7
Senior Server Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
After buying it, I don't think there are any costs other than for regular support. View full review »
ITInfras54a9
IT Infrastructure Manager at a security firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The price point is a little high. We were able to get a good deal on a promotion, to go with it. It would be nice to see the prices come down a little bit. View full review »
Patrick Long
Advisor System Administrator at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We pay for licensing on the fibre channel uplinks, on the Virtual Connect, which is an add-on. This is in addition to the VMware and Microsoft licensing for the operating systems. Our IT infrastructure costs have not been affected by this solution. Most of our infrastructure surrounding and supporting Synergy was already purchased prior to it being set up. View full review »
Roger Crane
Systems Engineer at Scientific Games
The biggest cost is the VMware licensing. In our whole environment, the cost is in the millions. On this particular chassis, the annual cost is 12 blades times approximately $40,000. View full review »
Dan Loftus
Architect at Argos
We bought everything outright to start with. We don't do much consumption-based stuff. View full review »
Mohammad Alotaibi
IT Director at Kdipa
It costs us around $60,000 a year. The solution has reduced our IT infrastructure costs by 50 percent. View full review »
Willam Adam
SVP Data Technology at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
We outright purchased Synergy. Our TCO has been affected by five percent. View full review »
JasonWilliams
Manager Engineering Services at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Since Synergies are expensive, our TCO may have gone up. View full review »
SeniorSy4b5d
Senior Systems Engenier at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
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