NetApp EF-Series All Flash Arrays Other Advice

Alberto Alberti
Senior System Engineer at ICTeam
I will rate this solution a nine out of ten because it has limited storage. Before you take on a project, you must know how much storage you need, but once you focus on the system, it will give you great performance, reliability and ease of use. View full review »
CTO5678
CTO
I would recommend this solution to others. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten. View full review »
Paulo-RODRIGUES
Senior Systems Engineer at Indra
On a scale of 1 - 10, I'd give NetApp EF-Series All Flash a 5. It's a low rating because as I mentioned, they have to improve their software. NetApp is an array that is made on the software. Their problems are on the software and the controlling of the storage where they lack segmentation and federation. Fragmentation, in particular, is a problem that could be improved for big customers since big data is so important for them. View full review »
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ITsotrage677
IT Storage Specialist - Solutions Architect at Sorint.Lab
I would rate this solution an eight out of ten. It has various small flaws like not being very scalable, difficult installation, lacking good encryption and better cloud support. However, we use it for what it is currently designed to do. From one to ten, I would say it earns a seven for the scalability and a seven for the stability. These things hurt the other things it does well. View full review »
MohamedYassin
IT Systems Engineer at Adaptive Solutions
For anyone who has critical workloads like Oracle databases or DB2, NetApp All-Flash Arrays will suit their needs, as long as it fits within their budget. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten. View full review »
reviewer805377
Associate Executive - Technical Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
NetApp All Flash is a system that I recommend for a rapid storage solution. It is good for organizations such as banks and media companies. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten. View full review »
Infotechengine67
IT Engineer at agiba
This storage solution is both stable and scalable, and it works for our needs. I would rate this solution a ten out of ten. View full review »
Omar Capaetti
Assistant Engineer at a tech company with 51-200 employees
The more you can make it integrate into one solution, the better it is. It is less of a headache than having to configure three or four different things. One solution and one GUI is just the way to go. I would rate the solution about seven out of ten. It would be closer to ten if it supported integration with other products, not just Cisco. View full review »
MaximChepukov
Engineer at ALC Vitalyur
I would rate it a nine out of ten. In order to make it a ten, they should make the price cheaper. I would recommend it. It is very stable, fast, and offers good support. It fits our needs. We don't have issues with it. If you need a stable solution, you should choose NetApp. We have two NetApp solutions in my company and we don't have problems with either one of them. View full review »
Максим Чепуков
Engineer at ALC Vitalyur
We are using the on-premises deployment model. I would recommend this product for high-speed database applications. I would rate the solution nine out of ten. View full review »
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