NetApp All Flash FAS Pricing, License Cost and Setup

ManagerS0ed7
Manager San Operations at a media company with 10,001+ employees
Definitely go with NetApp. You're going to look at other vendors. They may come in at a cheaper price point, but you will pay in the end with management costs and downtime. Definitely go with NetApp. You're going to look at other vendors. They may come in at a cheaper price point, but you will pay in the end with management costs and downtime. View full review »
NetworkSb3b8
Network Services Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The total cost, the pricing of it, has gone up quite a bit. View full review »
SanEnginf30d
SAN Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Using NetApp, our total cost of ownership decreased by 17%. View full review »
Reviewer8990
Manager Biomedical System Services at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Look at the different options that NetApp offers. Look for a model and option which fits your needs correctly. Don't buy a low-end product for a high-end job. NetApps offers a lot of different options. Just take your time and work with the consulting teams. Lay out what your needs are to ensure you are purchasing what will help you be successful. View full review »
SeniorAr5bbe
Senior Architect at a tech vendor with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our initial perception of NetApp was it's extremely expensive and a little too inflexible. However, once we did get into the NetApp ecosystem, we realized that the cost effectiveness was greater than we originally thought. The cost effectiveness is due to deduplication compression, the number of managed hours that we need to maintain the system, and the flexibility of NetApp which is geared toward keeping their systems more resilient. View full review »
Mohammad Ashfaqur Rahman
System Administrator at Dhaka Bank Limited
So far, I understand the cost is less than many other storages of same/similar performance benchmark. If you go for Replication, Vault, and NAS, please ensure that the license has been ordered at the very beginning. However, licenses can been added or modified without rebooting the system at any time. View full review »
Jake Oyortey
Ceo at Enterprise Computing
Price is always good, as long as price is coming down, especially for flash systems. The entry point for potential customers, who are looking at coming onboard for flash systems, it may be a bit expensive. It would be good if the price comes down. View full review »
LeadStorageEng125
Lead Storage/System Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Snapshot/FlexClone are the core licenses that I would recommend to others. Opt for a converged infrastructure like FlexPod, where the Cisco UCS server platform is involved. View full review »
Josh Johnson
Infrastructure Admin 3 at Grant Ham University
Obviously depending on the price point, NetApp is obviously a little more expensive than your generic Dell SAN solution or whatever. View full review »
PyldItgrn734
Payload Integration at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Our total cost of ownership has increased. SSDs are expensive. View full review »
StorageE3f86
Storage Engineer at a university with 10,001+ employees
I would like the pricing to be cheaper. View full review »
Emilio Marcos Lopez
Systems Mgr at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
Negotiate everything, i.e., including the price for the future capacity upgrades as part of the deal. View full review »
it_user237408
TAM & Solution Architect with 51-200 employees
Licensing is very simple: all flash solutions include the entire license. Regarding pricing, storage efficiency can lower the cost per TB. View full review »
ITP2310
ICT Operations Manager at a government with 11-50 employees
Always consider whether you can afford the solution. View full review »
Nico Becker
Storage Admin
It is pretty expensive compared to other solutions. I would give it a seven or eight out of 10 in price (where 10 is expensive) compared to similar solutions. View full review »
Siddarth Kotha
Solutions Architect at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
NetApp is trying to stay in competition and are offering competitive prices to existing/new consumers. The key is being aggressive. View full review »
CTO568
CTO at a tech company with 51-200 employees
Compare and look for your use case. View full review »
Bunyamin Tasdemir
Managing Partner & CTO with 1,001-5,000 employees
NetApp is getting too expensive. View full review »

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