NetApp OnCommand Insight Pricing and License Cost

High Performance Compute at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We like that it is one license and everything is bundled in together. We just made a major investment back in May of this year, so we'll have it for another four and a half or five years easily. Thus, we have a five year bumper to bumper agreement. View full review »
Jb Mercer
Technical Engineer at FBL Financial Group
In our case, we needed a way to monitor our NetApp environment and we were able to get it at a very good discount. Otherwise, we probably would have struggled to afford it. View full review »
Storage Architect at a energy/utilities company
The cost: It is expensive as a solution. You need to be an expert to get anything out of it and we don't have that kind of expertise. It's not worth it for us to spend that much time learning it, so it would be better if it were simpler. View full review »
Gianfranco Lanza
Responsabile Data Management DC Area Nord Ovest at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
I do not advise about pricing: For me, it is always too much. Licensing is on TBs, and I think, nowadays that is outmoded. A storage with 100TB or more could be the minimum in some cases. The licensing should be reviewed in number and types of storages discovered. View full review »

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