Pure Storage FlashArray How VMware on Pure Helps

Are you running VMware on Pure? If yes, has the joint solution helped your organization? If yes, how?

Systems Engineer at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has helped us by saving space over using less dense storage.
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ICT and Security Specialist at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The joint solution, VMware on Pure, has helped our organization. It's tested a lot of stuff and been put in production. It's also used for customers.
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System Administrator at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
The joint solution has helped our organization through speed of delivery and speed of applications.
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Sr Manager at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The joint solution has benefited my organization in the way that it isolates it, giving peak performance and does not share it with other environments that have any infrastructures or competing resources.
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Operation Manager at a leisure / travel company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The joint solution has helped my organization. Cody from Pure Storage has been a really big advocate for cutting edge technologies within Pure Storage. He's given us as a customer a lot of tools from his social media to help us do our jobs easier. That's been amazing. It's been awesome for us. The support's been great. Our SC has been great, and our sales reps have been great. Performance is awesome.
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Delmar Tanner
Sr Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Pure allows us to upgrade hardware anytime we want and not have to worry about converting everything. It makes everything easier to switch from one vendor to another, if we want to. We just recently updated our sand from a Dell EMC. It allowed us to move it seamlessly without having to do anything with the software because it's all VMware.
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Sr Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Running VMware on Pure helps because it makes it easy for IT. The virtualization makes it easy for IT to withstand outages, to do refreshes, and to make changes. With Pure, the all-flash gives you the speed to endure bumps in performance and it shields you against performance slips on your network. In the past, with spinning disk technology, you would feel the pain. You customers would experience the pain. We help the customers by not spending so much time dealing with the hardware. It's like "said it and forget it". We set it up, it's running and now we try to spend more time working with our customers to understand what they want to do and less time on the back end just trying to make sure that everything works.
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DBA at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Running on Pure has given us the ability to scale out our SQL environments. We tripled our environment in the past three years since implementing this solution, and we have not had any issues with the storage keeping up with the workloads.
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Senior Vituralization Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The joint solution has helped my organization. The users are more satisfied. They were looking for better performance, which they got once we moved them into Pure Storage compared to what we had before. Now they are trying to add more and more applications because they're getting better performance and stability. There's a lot of stability now. We have fewer problems, fewer outages.
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Infrastructure Architect at a health, wellness and fitness company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The joint solution has helped my organization in the way that the databases run faster.
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Cloud Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The main driver of running VMware on Pure is for more IOPS. It's a growing trend in the industry that we have to have more clients that have more IOPS and low latency. It's an ongoing battle with the industry. When it comes down to it there's going to be a higher demand for even lower latency; even more speed, and more IOPS. We haven't hit that quite yet, but it will happen. It's just the nature of the business.
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