Reduxio [EOL] Pricing and License Cost

Jacob Leifman
I'm not sure what the current pricing is. We definitely got a good value at the time. I know that we were still among the early adopters. Between that and our non-commercial status, they extended really fantastic pricing to us. For us, it was a great value. The licensing is very simple with Reduxio. It is actually one of the attractions, unlike some of the other products. The other product we're using, in some of its incarnations, has extremely complex pricing, with every spindle having an associated license and fees. With Reduxio it's very simple. For the box - the hardware comes in essentially one configuration for the chassis, the unit (and you can buy multiple units and daisy-chain them) - there is no "a-la-carte," so many drives of this kind or that kind, etc. It has a basic hardware configuration. Then, through the software license, they allocate or assign you the right to use the full capacity, or half of it, or a quarter of it. Of course, if you're not using the full capacity but need to, it is a simple phone call to upgrade. It's as simple as it gets. View full review »
Larry Lawler
CTO at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
I think the pricing is good value, because you're not just buying a storage array, you're buying a backup solution and a DR solution and a "time machine" solution, all bundled in one storage array. When we had NetApp storage we had to then go out and buy a copy of Veeam which is a backup solution. With the Reduxio, you still need to do backups but you don't need that software product. View full review »
The product's pricing is definitely a good value. I think that the license is pretty fair. As much as I know, there are two kinds of licenses, mostly for the capacity usage. I don't think that they should complicate the product with many kinds of licenses, that you have to buy this one and it has this feature, etc. As we know, in the market, if you're looking for a solution, you pay for the solution. If you buy a thin product and then want to expand it, first you pay double. It's better to pay for the whole bundle and then use it, and maybe not use some of the features, rather than start to add new features or new licenses and pay for them. View full review »
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Vice President of Information Technology at a museum or institution with 51-200 employees
You want the best, you've got to pay for the best, that's all. In terms of licensing, just work with your VAR. View full review »
Richard Boucher
Director of Information Services
Only one device is sold. Negotiate the initial storage, but you can start small and move up with ease. Negotiate. We went with the base tier. It's one size. Even though you're buying licensing for a certain amount of storage, there is actually a lot more storage built into the box, which is great. You have that expandability within the component, without having to go out and retool or buy more storage. It's already built into the unit. View full review »
Egbert Gutierrez
IT Director at a museum or institution with 201-500 employees
I think it is worth the value. What would we buy it if we didn't think it was of value to us? View full review »
Nalin Uduwawala
Network Manager, Information Technology with 11-50 employees
We have full use of the box (in terms of capacity). I think that you are able to buy a minimum capacity, then grow your capacity within the box as you expand your data needs. Set up costs are minimal. We were early adopters so we received really good pricing. View full review »
Shai Dansinger
CIO at a tech company
Pricing/licensing is a business decision based on an equation of risk versus opportunity. I cannot offer advice on this issue. View full review »
Director, IT & Technical Support at a consultancy with 501-1,000 employees
The compression and dedupe are very effective on Reduxio, so it may be worth asking about licensing partial capacity on a unit, if the full capacity seems overkill for your environment. View full review »
IT Infrastructure Manager at Afcon Holdings
I think they're really worth what I get. It's not cheap, but I get all I need. View full review »
Yossi Bensimon
Reduxio’s licensing model is quite attractive. All licenses are included in the product pricing. View full review »
System Administrator with 10,001+ employees
The pricing that we got, we were okay with, but I think we got a very competitive bid on it. The product's pricing is good value. One of the key selling points of the Reduxio was that it really is fully licensed for the unit. There are no additional licenses needed for the product, which really helps scalability. There were no additional options to purchase, per se. They were already wrapped into the product. View full review »
Director Informatics at a pharma/biotech company with 51-200 employees
The pricing and licensing were favorable. The advantage of using HDDs to store (versus pure flash) makes the price point attractive versus other options. View full review »
IT Administrator
The product's pricing is a good value. View full review »
Alexander Amore
System Enginner at a wholesaler/distributor with 201-500 employees
Just make sure you have a good network before doing anything. View full review »
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