Reduxio [EOL] Other Solutions Considered

Jacob Leifman
As I said, we have a different product in-house, and the parent company of that product actually owns a few others. I've been to a number of trade shows and seen yet more competitors and have been getting calls from them. This one, Reduxio, stood out for a number of reasons, particularly the way it operates and the features set, the whole continuous Snapshotting, and having the inherent backups; being able to recover more easily and lose less data should something untoward happen. View full review »
Larry Lawler
CTO at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
Unicom is a software development company, and as such we have a very unique storage workload. I spent a year and a half researching storage arrays, and I went through EMC, HPE; I talked to Datrium, I talked to Tintri. I think another one was called DataCore. All in all it was about a dozen of them, and they all pretty much are the same, to tell you the truth. Reduxio is one of the few unique ones in the market. None of the others we tried met the performance characteristics we were looking at, and none of them met the dedup and compression characteristics we were looking for, until we accidentally stumbled upon Reduxio at a meeting in Irvine, California. They do everything they say they do, which is unusual in the storage business. One of the problems with software development companies is, a normal production company could have, say, 100 Windows 10 machines, and all 100 of them will be almost identical. So the normal storage array only makes one copy, and then makes copies of the blocks that are different. But in the development business, every virtual machine is different from every other virtual machine. So the typical dedup and compression that you get from Tintri or Datrium or the HPE solutions just doesn't work for us. View full review »
We evaluated EMC and HPE. We looked at and considered Nimble, before it became HPE, and we looked for an IBM solution. When I looked for other vendors I found their response time was slow, from my point of view. The decision to go to Reduxio came after considering the solution, the price, and the ability for Reduxio to have us do a "try and buy." They challenged us with, "Okay take it, test it, see that you are not disappointed." That was the turning point for the decision. View full review »
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Eric Reinhold
System Manager at a university with 501-1,000 employees
I researched Nimble, DataON, Nutanix, Compellent, Simplivity, VSAN, and Tintri. My second choice was between Compellent and Nimble. View full review »
Steve M
IT Manager at a insurance company with 51-200 employees
We spent a long-time evaluating other solutions from Dell, EMC, Tintri, PURE, and HPE. We tested Tintri and Dell Unity. After bringing in Reduxio for an evaluation, we immediately knew that we had made the right decision both on paper and in practice. View full review »
Vice President of Information Technology at a museum or institution with 51-200 employees
We were looking at EMC and Nutanix. View full review »
Richard Boucher
Director of Information Services
EMC VNXe, HPE MSA 2040, Nutanix, Nimble, Tegile. View full review »
Egbert Gutierrez
IT Director at a museum or institution with 201-500 employees
I looked at HPE solutions, Nimble, SimpliVity. I looked at Tintri. I looked at a few other solutions out there as well. View full review »
Nalin Uduwawala
Network Manager, Information Technology with 11-50 employees
We evaluated only one other before we came across Reduxio. Once we found out what the box could do, which as of yet (to my knowledge) other vendors can't, it was just a case of acquiring the box. View full review »
Shai Dansinger
CIO at a tech company
I did not evaluate other options, as I have yet to encounter any comparable solutions. View full review »
Director, IT & Technical Support at a consultancy with 501-1,000 employees
We mostly evaluated against a refresh of our existing Nimble storage. View full review »
IT Infrastructure Manager at Afcon Holdings
NetApp, EMC, HPE. View full review »
Yossi Bensimon
Network Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school
I did look at multiple solutions. However, the Reduxio unit was superior in its ability to recover from any second. View full review »
Director Informatics at a pharma/biotech company with 51-200 employees
We evaluated Pure Storage and Nimble. View full review »
Albert Fuller
Enterprise Services and Operations Manager at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have looked at Nimble and Dell SAN. View full review »
IT Administrator
We looked at all the primary storage vendors out there: Pure Storage, Nimble Storage, NetApp, EMC. View full review »
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