NetApp OnCommand Overview

NetApp OnCommand is the #3 ranked solution in our list of top Storage Management tools. It is most often compared to NetApp OnCommand Insight: NetApp OnCommand vs NetApp OnCommand Insight

What is NetApp OnCommand?

NetApp OnCommand data management software allows you to gain a new level of control over your shared storage infrastructure, and gives you the visibility you need to achieve common data management across resources in the Data Fabric.

This suite of industry-leading management products unleashes the power of the ONTAP software, to help maximize system utilization, meet storage SLAs, minimize risks, and boost performance. Use the OnCommand portfolio’s intuitive graphical user interfaces, automation, and integration to simplify data management of your on-premises and hybrid cloud environments.

NetApp OnCommand is also known as NetApp Operations Manager, NetApp SANscreen.

NetApp OnCommand Customers

Norfolk County Council, Yahoo Japan, Sheridan College, Citrix Systems, Avanade, Quasar Data Center, DG Khan Cement Co. Ltd.

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about NetApp OnCommand pricing:
  • "When we compare with other similar kinds of products from Dell EMC and HP, the price of NetApp OnCommand is reasonable."

NetApp OnCommand Reviews

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Pavan Kumar Mateti
Owner at SCO`Scope Consulting Private Limited
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
Aug 25, 2020
Provides monitoring and data protection features but lacks cluster and storage management

Pros and Cons

  • "In OnCommand Unified Manager, we can monitor the entire cluster as well as configure data protection through Unified Manager."
  • "At present, OnCommand Unified Manager has just the monitoring and data protection features. It would be better to add some features for entire cluster management and storage management. Automation should also be included so that instead of separately accessing Unified Manager and OnCommand Workflow Automation, we can work in a single window. It is very much required."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate this solution a seven out of ten. They need to add the OnCommand Workflow Automation feature, performance feature, and storage management feature in OnCommand Unified Manager.