Pure Storage FlashArray Predictive Performance Analytics

What are your impressions of the predictive performance analytics?

Francis Pascual
Systems Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The analytics that is gathered is just used on this environment. This environment is obviously big in banking. Production wise, it's running Oracle. Performance wise, it's basically running Enterprise applications.
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David Beaulieu
Digital Architect at CBC
Our predicted performance analytics is going really well, so if you need a faster storage and a good product, this is the one you should go ahead with.
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Thomas Charewicz
Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
I don't use the predictive performance analytics too much.
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QA Engineer at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
The analytics were gathered for this environment, and the environment is big. Production-wise, it is running Oracle, and performance-wise, it is running enterprise applications.
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Senior Manager of IT Infrastructure at a K-12 educational company or school with 10,001+ employees
I have not used the predicted performance analytics all that much.
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System Administrator at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We love the predictive performance analytics. It's an excellent tool. It's something we were asking for in the past. When they rolled it out, it made a difference.
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Chaan Beard
Senior Data Center Solutions Architect at ChaanBeard.com
The performance analytics are moderate. It's not the best performance platform out there but it's the easiest to operate.
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Network Specialist at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The predictive performance analytics are good.
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Alberto Zanon
CIO at NGS srl
The predictive performance analytics are quite good.
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IT Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The predictive performance analytics are good, easy to use, and simple to see. They are simple to understand, not complicated.
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Felipe Labarca
CTO at Ticel
The predictive performance analytics works well.
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Kristi Kettgen
IT Network Engineer at Turlock Irrigation District
The predictive performance analytics are great. I get everything I need to know: IOPS, latency, etc. The tech support works with me if I have any questions that need to be answered.
Our compression rates are 4:8:1. We are using it for VMware and our Oracle solution. It's a little higher on the Oracle solution. However, it has been great.
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Systems Admin at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
We noticed a dramatic increase in application performance when moving it from NetApp to Pure Storage.
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Rob Wysocki
Infrastructure Engineer at Paylocity
We have used the predictive performance analytics. It has worked for us.
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Senior Manager of Technical Alliances at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The analytics are great. Previously, we had Hitachi solutions, and it was very hard to understand what was happening with the array. One of the great things about the Pure Storage solution is you can instantly know just by logging in or checking Pure1. You can do it on your phone. Hitachi doesn't have anything like that. It's amazing that you can get this type of visibility from your storage array. All the analytics feed up into Pure1, and you can just see them whenever you want.
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Systems Engineer at PayPal
The predictive performance analytics are good.
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IT Officer at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
The predictive performance analytics is a very good feature, as our system is performing better than before.
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Derek Small
President and Principal Architect Engineer at Technetics
They are on the money with the predictive performance analytics. They claim high performance, and they do have it.
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