NetApp OnCommand Insight Other Advice

HighPerfea5c
High Performance Compute at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
NetApp is a major player. You should look into them. Their service around the world is incredible along with their support. OCI is moving at light speed. They are doing a good job on the trends. I am looking at he NFS in the cloud and Cloud Volumes. View full review »
LeadSystaf8c
Lead Systems Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
I would rate this solution a ten because of its ability to integrate with multiple systems. This gives me better performance numbers and gives me more information about where my loopholes are, where I need to target my customers, where I need to go back and retain storage. OCI is by far a really nice product as compared to competitors. I know that this solution is better than others. View full review »
TeamLead5f45
Team Lead Storage at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
OCI is a very strong product, it has so many features and a handful of features that are really good, such as analytics and the reporting. We are not yet using the machine-learning features of this solution but we would like to. One feature we are using is the ServiceNow integration for infrastructure mapping but we're facing some troubles with it. ServiceNow has recently implemented sending an automated trigger or incident creation to ServiceNow from NetApp, and we are facing trouble due to the APIs. In terms of MTTR, we haven't calculated it yet, since it's not in production. We have only done the PoC. We have plans to implement, or at least evaluate, products like StorageGRID and FlexPool. If a colleague was concerned about being burned by legacy storage management products that don't work as promised, I would tell him to migrate to the cloud. It's a better way to manage the data. We can't escape on-prem. Legacy is one of the best use cases for on-prem, but cold data could be moved to the cloud. OCI is one of NetApp's best products. I would rate it at nine out of ten. View full review »
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Integrata623
Integrations Director at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Absolutely go with this solution. I manage the team using the product, but I don't have hands-on experience with it. View full review »
Raul Sanchez
Storage and Backup Administrator at T-Systems
IBM is very stable, but I prefer NetApp because it's more stable and secure. View full review »
Jose Perez
Performance Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
If you are using legacy products, you should upgrade. Look into different solutions. This is one of the best solutions out there. However, each company has their different standards and requirements. Our company does use ServiceNow as part of our infrastructure mapping. This is a very good product. I give it a thumbs up. View full review »
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