NetApp HCI Maintenance Costs

Has the solution helped reduced maintenance costs? If yes, by how much?

Systems Platform Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our maintenance costs have been reduced by using this solution, but I'm not sure what our savings are with respect to this.
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Storage Engineer at HS UCI
Maintenance costs have been reduced by around 20%.
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Storage Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It has helped reduce maintenance costs. Our old footprint was just huge in terms of the environment you need to run it, it was very bulky and old. It increased all costs. Even just operating the equipment, but the maintenance of it and how many people we need to take care of things has been reduced. The daily maintenance seems a lot more consolidated down to something easier.
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Senior SAN / Systems Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
This solution reduced our maintenance costs. We were going to have to pay one to two million dollars to put in compute nodes. We are avoiding those costs.
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Steve Lamesey
Vice President at Hardwood International Corp
As far as maintenance costs go, I would think NetApp absolutely reduces them because you're able to migrate multiple things to a singular platform. You don't have as many footprints of support. Maintenance is a big cost from an operational standpoint for the customers and having a single platform where you can merge workflows and then have them all with a quality of service means there's no way that it can't save people money.
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