Tegile Competitors and Alternatives

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Consultant
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Jul 29 2017

What is most valuable?

* vSAN ROBO with two physical nodes

How has it helped my organization?

I'm working as a consultant, so I can’t directly say how it helped my customer. But I know that my customer started to equip some branches with our building block and it replaces NetApp filers. We are using a building block of two vSAN nodes... more»

What needs improvement?

I’m often asked for a vSAN stretched cluster in combination with erasure coding. Currently with vSAN 6.5, you can use one of them but not both at the same time. It is kind of a German behaviour to have two datacenters with active/active... more»
Real User
System Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Nov 16 2016

What is most valuable?

The most valuable feature is the IOPS speed, everything that comes with it. It's just a great platform to be on, for example, with VMDK files, data stores, and VMs in general. Users say things like, "What happened? How come it's so fast. What... more»

How has it helped my organization?

First of all, the cost was a benefit to my organization. The cost was great for us. It just made sense to do it. Then, speed. Then, just overall manageability of the system itself.

What needs improvement?

Higher performance would be an improvement, absolutely. They could bring the cost down but, as I’ve mentioned, the cost was right for what we needed. Regarding whether you are happy with the user interface, I think that depends on whether... more»
Real User
Senior Systems Engineer at a sports company
Oct 19 2017

What do you think of Dell EMC Unity?

Improvements to My Organization Delivers High IOPS, but more important, low latency as this is the most important part for our usage. • Valuable Features VMware integration, why is pretty self-explanatory, though Nimble offers better VMware integration then EMC does, which is odd given where EMC comes from. Veeam Backup integration: Veeam is the defacto standard for backing up of virtual environments. Fibre Channel support • Room for Improvement I’d say better VMware integration. Currently, EMC relies on an additional VM (virtual machine) for integration with vCenter, whereas Nimble interfaces directly without the need of an additional virtual machine. Both products are fully HTML5 compliant, which makes me very happy. We have been able to fully eliminate Adobe Flash...

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