IBM Spectrum Virtualize Stability

it_user12768
Sr. Technical Specialist at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has been very stable. I am pushing a very heavy workload, a couple million I/Os at peak times. I have very heavy throughput with a lot databases: a lot Oracle, a lot of VMware and virtualization, and a lot of midrange virtualization. So, it is handling every platform. View full review »
Michael West
Senior Storage Engineer at ADT Corporation
Stability is rock solid. We have never had an outage. We have gone through code updates, UPS battery replacements, and node failures. Nobody ever notices anything. View full review »
Lance Hawkes
Solutions Architect at Direct Systems Support
Occasionally, there are issues with a node or something, but because it is a clustered system, it is stable. Overall, it does not go down. I do not know if IBM has ever had a system which has ever caused any loss of data. Therefore, I am very confident in recommending it to my customers. View full review »
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Michael Drapkin
Enterprise Architect at QCM Technologies
Stability is very good. I have been working with the product for probably 15 years. I have put it in production during critical workloads without a problem. View full review »
ITArchit5ff0
IT Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The SVC port (virtualized port) is very stable, but the Storwize port is not so stable. View full review »
SysEng551561
Systems Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is pretty stable. We have not had that much downtime. View full review »
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