Pivot3 Overview

Pivot3 is the #19 ranked solution in our list of HCI Software. It is most often compared to Dell PowerEdge VRTX: Pivot3 vs Dell PowerEdge VRTX

What is Pivot3?

Pivot3 improves the simplicity and economics of the enterprise data-center with industry-leading hyper-converged infrastructure technology. By combining storage, compute, networking and virtualization on commodity hardware, Pivot3 provides software-defined platforms that let IT run multiple, mixed application workloads on a single infrastructure while guaranteeing performance to the applications that matter most. Pivot3’s agile infrastructure solutions extend performance, scale and efficiency across more of the data-center so customers can keep pace with the demands of modern business.

Buyer's Guide

Download the Hyper-Converged (HCI) Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: June 2021

Pivot3 Customers

SNHMC, HPD Software, The Hurlingham Club, NHS, Rochester Police Department, The Doe Run Company, 101 Casino, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

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One feature we found useful was the product's complete ability to integrate with vCenter

What is our primary use case?

The primary use case was for a persistent VDI solution using vSphere as the hypervisor software and using Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop as the provisioning software in an enterprise Windows server domain infrastructure.

Pros and Cons

  • "One feature we found useful was the product's complete ability to integrate with vCenter."
  • "One of the biggest problems with HCI vendors was the lack of flexibility for adding resources"