Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series Overview

Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series is the #18 ranked solution in our list of HCI Software. It is most often compared to VxRail: Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series vs VxRail

What is Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series?

Differentiating yourself from the competition is vital in today’s fast-moving business environment. To support your business, IT systems must be simple, agile, and cost-effective so you can meet your customers’ requirements to be ever online. Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series enables you to meet these requirements by focusing on the business outcome you require, rather than on building your infrastructure.

ThinkAgile VX Series, powered by VMware vSAN, is available in several models. Each is preconfigured, pretested, and optimized to provide the simplest way to bring a new VMware hyperconverged environment online. If you have an existing VMware environment, the VX Series can integrate into it easily.

Designed for any size business from SMBs through large enterprises, VX Series can be used as infrastructure for remote office/branch office (ROBO) and retail stores as well as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and enterprise applications.

Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series is also known as Lenovo VX Series, ThinkAgile VX Series.

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IT Consultant at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
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Stable with good pricing and pretty good technical support

What is our primary use case?

We primarily use the solution for our hyper-converged system.

Pros and Cons

  • "We find the setup quite straightforward and very easy."
  • "The user management could be a bit better. It's something they could improve upon in future releases."

What other advice do I have?

We're partners with Lenovo, among other solutions. We don't have an exclusive business relationship with them. I would recommend the product to others. Of course, it depends on the company's price, budget, and requirements. Typically, I would recommend Lenovo or Dell. They're all right and we've worked with them both a lot. It's the preference of the client as well, and whether or not they are usually working with IBM on their storage system. Overall, I would rate the solution at eight out of ten.