Pure FlashArray//X NVMe Room for Improvement

SeniorSyb3f0
Senior Systems Administrator at a consultancy with 5,001-10,000 employees
Every time I think of something that needs to improve, they're one step ahead, which I love. The only area I wish to see improve, I believe is coming, is in the FlashBlade product. Blade implementation fell short on a few of the services. Pure is an innovator. They're a disruptor in the industry and I love that. That means that they're motivated and dedicated to being at the forefront of technology. So the only thing I can say is that I wish that Pure would keep up the good work and it looks like they are. View full review »
Jordan Hubbard
Manager of Infrastructure at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
They can tout the functionality and cutting edge technology that they have, but that's where the price tag comes in. The cost is high, but I think as they grow their business and get more customers that it will probably go down a little bit. View full review »
Sean Donaldson
CTO at Secure-24
With Pure Storage, we would like to continue seeing price reductions with flash storage. I don't think we're any different than anybody else when we continue to look to the industry for price reductions of both NVMe and traditional SSD storage. We would like to see these prices continue to decline and erode, even displacing large spinning disks. Ideally, in a perfect world, you would have all-flash arrays being able to displace even your traditional "cheap and deep" type storage frames. We are more excited from the industry perspective when this type of transition can happen from a cost perspective. Also, I want to see Pure Storage not only be for fast storage, but I want to see it be for the entire data center. View full review »
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Ray Smith
Head DBA and Technical Management at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
One area that I haven't been sold on yet is the POD replication. We've seen that when we create a POD in synchronous mode, it increases the latency. We have another array that our latency isn’t affected by replication and when compared to the X array with a synchronous POD setup – it’s faster to respond to the system, but as soon as the POD mode is Async – the X is faster again. We not talking huge numbers – with the POD in synchronous mode with talking under 1ms for most IO operations.(Distance dependent to the other array) I do feel there is some gaps in my understanding of the POD setups in detail so perhaps its tuning gap. View full review »
Mark Ballard
CIO at Mid America Clinical Laboratories
You can't use this solution with VNC, yet. We would like to see VNC integration or be able to use Pure Storage with VNC. I would like to see the cloud version of the application improved. It is kind of new and it still has some limitations. Using it with VNC would be nice, and making it more incorporated with vSphere would be very nice. View full review »
Director2957
Director at a software R&D company with 201-500 employees
In the next release, I would like to see real-time analytics for further insight into consumption models. The scalability and telemetry analytics could be improved. View full review »
Consulta3c88
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I would like to see replication and DR features in the next release of this solution. View full review »
ITManage6d2c
IT Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The UI for this solution needs to be improved. View full review »
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