NetApp HCI Storage Performance

How has the solution affected storage performance in your organization? Please provide metrics, if possible.

DonSchaefer
Storage Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It gives me a chance to have certain workloads on high performance for people who complain about performance. If they think it is their storage, I can put it on there.
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Kenneth-Williams
Systems Platform Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I cannot say whether the storage performance in our organization has been affected, although we don't have to worry too much about increasing or decreasing the storage because it does that automatically.
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EdwardHoppe
Senior SAN / Systems Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
From an all-flash standpoint, performance has mostly likely increased anywhere from 10 to 20 percent.
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Ketan-Patel
Pre-sales Solution Architect at SHI international corp
No customers that we have come across have any issues and the pain points with storage performance.
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reviewer1223568
Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The effect on storage performance in our organization has been great. SSDs always give you the ability to add workload and not have to worry about managing it.
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Steve Lamesey
Vice President at Hardwood International Corp
In terms of storage performance, capacity utilization is probably the biggest impact. I've got what I need and I can get more of what I need, and then I can set it to perform as I need without having to necessarily manage it the same way. I would have a traditional storage management team or administrator. It's rolled up in the singular product. It's more of a one-button way of doing things. There's a lot of magic that goes on underneath, but the applications get what they need because I'm able to guarantee it through quality and service.
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