Nimble Storage Pricing and License Cost

Jeff Tedform
Senior Network Administrator at a university with 201-500 employees
We are paying for the licensing yearly. View full review »
Atul Sohla
Operations Manager at Nuvollo
We purchased the solution for something in the $80,000 range. It was a fixed-price option. View full review »
Larry Stewart
Director of Hosting Operations at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are no licensing costs for this solution. View full review »
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Randy Daming
Consulting Engineer at Ameren Corporation
The first two that I bought were incredibly expensive, compared to the last five to seven that I have bought. The price has come way down, and it has been a year or so since we bought one. View full review »
Principa0182
Principal Engineer at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Other arrays are 2x if not 3x the price. View full review »
Chris Childerhose
Senior Engineer - Backup & Replication at ThinkON
Tom Mcdougall
President at High Point Networks
If you are a super small company, the product is probably not right for you. It is out of your price range. Anything from mid-SMB up to enterprise, it is absolutely the right product. View full review »
Infrastr2c88
Infrastructure Engineer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
Performance per dollar, when we looked at it, was the highest that we could get for what we needed. View full review »
Chris Childerhose
Senior Engineer - Backup & Replication at ThinkON
When selecting a vendor make sure to validate with the vendor that the throughput is enough. With the AF5000, it is 2GB/s write and 4GB/s read, which we are maxing out. Also, ensure to get the right amount of network cards. Also, make sure that the specifications meet the application domain and ensure the right amount of network cards are in the array. View full review »
Solution9877
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We buy the arrays outright, so we don't pay anything on an ongoing monthly basis for licensing. View full review »
Christian Poortvliet
Head of IT at One
Our hybrid solution could do with some more competitive pricing and more scaled-down deployments. Already, the smallest one is too much for us. We would flourish by having a smaller unit. If you don't go cheap, it is eventually worth it. However, the initial investment is high. View full review »
Rick Shantz
IT Manager at Startech Computer Accessories
It is a CAPEX investment. Over the anticipated lifespan, I would say the pricing is $10,000 a month. The price has room for improvement. View full review »
Travis DeYoung
IT Assistant at a construction company with 51-200 employees
It is very pricey. You pay for what you get, and this storage solution is great. It is well worth the cost. View full review »
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