NetApp EF-Series All Flash Arrays Primary Use Case

Alberto Alberti
Senior System Engineer at ICTeam
Our company used this solution primarily for databases. The customer who currently uses it mainly uses it for the data store. He uses it as a single silo with the storage it offers, so he implements the project and uses what he needs to. The solution is not that flexible that you can change the workload so it depends on what you designed before. So you have to compute for your load or for your use before you do the setup. View full review »
CTO5678
CTO
The primary use case of this solution is for banking services. It is one of three of our production systems in which we store all of our customer's data. Thirty percent of our production traffic for our company is stored with this solution. The deployment model used is a private cloud. View full review »
Infotechengine67
IT Engineer at agiba
We depend on this product for our storage needs. We have a private-cloud deployment. We use more than the All-Flash Arrays on site. We have a hybrid model with all types of storage including flash, SATA disks, and SSD. View full review »
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Omar Capaetti
Assistant Engineer at a tech company with 51-200 employees
We use NetApp for storage. View full review »
MaximChepukov
Engineer at ALC Vitalyur
We use the on-prem deployment model of this solution. Our primary use case of this solution is for better speed for the database. View full review »
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