StorPool Previous Solutions

KualoCraig
Operations Director at Kualo Limited
Since our first AppLogic based cloud deployments in 2009, storage speed and capacity limitations have been a reoccurring headache. Enterprise solutions had the potential to solve these problems, but were not financially viable for the client base we serve. View full review »
Maria Rochkova
Head of IT Services Operations Center at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
We used a standard storage solution from QSAN, but we had issues with it at times. Also, it was impossible to scale without either buying a new one or requiring downtime. View full review »
Ivailo Nikolov
CEO
We hadn't really used any enterprise grade storage solution prior to StorPool. View full review »
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SuhaOnay
CEO at a tech vendor
We were running on bare-metal servers and using local RAID 10 BBWBC disk systems. We first started with SAS disks and later switched to all-SSD solutions. We had custom data migration and backup systems to manage this bare-metal configuration. However, as the number of servers grew, management and lack of flexibility became problems. Our initial experiments with building a private cloud were promising but we needed a shared storage system. In our experience, hardware storage solutions are expensive to build and run, so we started looking into software defined storage solutions. View full review »
Simeon Glabadanidis
Account Manager at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
CloudSigma used to run three storage solutions in parallel: an internally developed solution, based on ZFS, an all-flash array and several scale-out magnetic deployments with a commercial vendor. View full review »
Richard Lingsch
President at eApps Hosting
Before StorPool, we used a traditional redundant SAN with off the shelf hardware and commercial SAN soſtware. The previous system was not based on SSD, and the old SAN soſtware required a lot of overhead. Thus we went shopping for a new solution. View full review »
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