Nutanix Prism Pro Pricing and License Cost

Maroane Boutayeb
System Engineer at a sports company with 501-1,000 employees
We're not using the Prism Pro solution; we are using Prism Ultimate. We have the highest level of license. Be careful when you buy Nutanix. You get to choose if you're going with Dell, HPE, or Lenovo. Make sure you choose the right one for your company. The vendor is a critical step. Don't unlicense your Prism licensing. Pro is the strict minimum for real infrastructure. Go with at least Pro and not with the starter. Ultimate was the best choice for me. View full review »
Tyler Twitchell
Senior Systems Engineer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
It's cost-effective. It's not necessarily cheap, but it's also not inordinately expensive. It comes down to how much you use it to offset some of the costs. If you're all-in with Nutanix, and you have a lot of nodes, it drives down the cost. View full review »
Anibal Coral
Infrastructure IT Analyst at Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Ltda.
If you compare a three layer solution, server, cell network, and storage to Nutanix, the prices are quite similar. However, if you take a look at the whole environment including the management, Nutanix has a better cost when compared with other solutions, especially because it's hardware. Nutanix has good central management tools where one guy can manage the entire system. Looking at other systems, I need a guy to manage the servers and another guy to manage the cell network and storage. I need a bigger team for other solutions compared to Nutanix where I can use a small team and reduce my operations to manage the cluster. Sometimes what you hear with this solution is, "It is so expensive," but the cost and benefits that Nutanix has inside are really good. View full review »
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Brad Burgess
IT Systems Technical Specialist at a government with 51-200 employees
Some people say that Nutanix is a bit more expensive. However, when we were looking at Nutanix versus Cisco and NetApp before deploying this solution, the prices were very similar. Being a government entity, we got a bit more of a discount on Nutanix so it was a bit cheaper. The time savings after the fact has been really worth it. Prism Pro is a license that we have on all of our products for Nutanix. It gives us a bunch of different new features. Prism Pro is a bit more upfront. It costs a bit more for some of the features that you get. We have four Clusters, and two of them don't have Prism Pro because they weren't even available with what we bought. Those two Clusters also run well, but they don't have all the features. View full review »
Ilan Stark
Project Manager at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
When we calculate all that we needed before, I think Nutanix is cheap. When you take into account that you need a SAN and all that stuff and you know you can grow as the needs comes in, I think you can save money. With the analytics from Prism where you can see that you have oversized or you can predict how it will grow, you can really react in a timeframe that you also have time to buy the hardware. I think you can save money when you compare to before Nutanix. View full review »
Director of IT at Acumen Fiscal Agent
They can be very flexible. Pricing is always negotiable. You really need to analyze if you need the features or not. Do you need Prism Pro or can you get away with the basic Prism? You can also do a test drive of the features through a Nutanix-hosted cluster. So you can try before you buy. Work with your VAR on pricing because they'll be flexible. View full review »
Sr Network Systems Administrator IT Infrastructure at Moda Health
Unless your organizaiton is in a very limited niche don't pay the hypervisor tax it just isn't worth it. View full review »
Analista Senior de Servidores at vocem teleservicios
Many times when we are evaluating solutions, Nutanix is a little expensive, but when they get the cost-benefit ratio it is definitely one of the best on the market since it allows you to manage several blocks as one. View full review »
Subramanya Aithal
Manager at Flipkart
This will be a better fit in the age of hybrid cloud and with Nutanix adding more and more products in its offering, soon Nutanix will become a complete package to run IT. So it will be easy to scale and add modules as and when needed. View full review »
IT Administrator and Sr. VMware Engineer at a retailer with 501-1,000 employees
It is essential to take into account the licensing terms. In this regard, Nutanix offers options that allow licensing for much longer terms than the competition and that is a great advantage. View full review »
VoIP Specialist / Network Technician at Luminet Solutions Inc.
While Nutanix can seem more expensive initially than the competition, the return on investment is much faster and all in all, very much worth the price. View full review »
Senior Technical Analyst / Infrastructure Admin at Interfor Corp
The set cost is very minimal, the Nutanix pricing is good too. The file licensing should be bound into the system already. View full review »
Network Engineer at North Vancouver School District #44
The only advice I give people is to make sure you understand your support contract with your vender. If you buy direct from Nutanix then you deal direct with Nutanix support. If you buy from a vender such as Dell you must go through Dell support. Then Dell support contacts Nutanix support and it gets a bit messy in my opinion View full review »
Techical Lead at Aristocrat Technologies
Nutanix is the best product in HCI solution & cost & pricing is very less what other solutions available in the market. View full review »
Implementation Manager at Ruffalo Noel Levitz
Be prepared to have time on your hands after deployment. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Nutanix Prism Pro. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: July 2020.
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