NetApp EF-Series All Flash Arrays Previous Solutions

Antwann Rawls
Senior Systems Engineer at Marq Solutions
Currently, all of our technology is on Legacy FAS systems that are end of life. We have taken the last one we can go to, and now, we have 20 sites and terabytes of data that we have to refresh and renew, so it is just a matter of time before we get to the next stage. In some instances, it is the HCI, and it other instances, it is the All Flash FAS, so it is not going to be a one-size fits all. View full review »
SystemAd8fc1
System Administrator at a hospitality company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I don't think we were previously using a different solution. Our business was finally letting us spend some money on some good hardware and we decided to take a chance, I guess. View full review »
ITTeamLe43b9
It Team Lead at a tech services company
We were using the E2700 and had a lot of performance bound VMs, so that was the goal behind getting this solution. View full review »
Platform2395
Platform Engineer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nexsan. The requirements of the end user dictated we get a different system from what we already had. We're a big NetApp customer, so we like to stick with NetApp. I guess that's why we went with it. It was a customer requirement. They needed a different type of, cheaper, faster storage. View full review »
SenStor0618
Senior Storage Engineer at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
We were using ONTAP, a FAS system before, and we couldn't deliver the performance that was needed. We were missing our SLAs. We looked at some other solutions from other vendors and EF gave us the best performance, price, and value. View full review »

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