Vblock Benefits

SrSysSpecialist534
Senior System Specialist at a construction company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The original pair of VBlock’s were purchased to replace a hodgepodge of small VM clusters of 3 to 4 VM hosts and an outdated SAN, in addition to moving from an old data center to a new data center. Moving the VM’s from the old systems to the new VBlock --which had more shared resources and a newer VMware version-- was a big win. Once in place, we virtualized as many servers as could be converted from freestanding servers to a VM. The only exception was when the licensing of an application was cost prohibitive; we keep these on stand-alone hosts. This was mainly due to application licensing bias, rather than limits on virtualization. View full review »
Solut11991
Solutions Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We used to have different departments, each with their own IT section. Everybody was making their own IT investments, and every department had their own little bits of applications here and applications there. Now, it's all coordinated, all synchronized. That reduces the risk of equipment and costs as well. We no longer have people running different applications, different tools, in a multi-vendor environment. Now, we have one synchronized solution. View full review »
SnrArch408
Senior IT Architect - Enterprise at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's a little bit easier to maintain and easier when an upgrade needs to take place, since the vendor is handling the integration aspects usually for a fee. View full review »
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reviewer841221
Cloud Engineer with 201-500 employees
Troublesome relationships with VCE at the beginning of our use came undone quickly after we went live, making installs/adds/changes less than cohesive. View full review »
ManagerS4060
Manager, Supply Chain Application Development at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have seen measurable increases in our system performance. Those increases have been directly measurable in application performance and the delivery of critical business information to our users. View full review »
it_user430050
IT Infrastructure-Storage & System Admininstration at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has improved system performance, batch times for off-hours processing, and reliability with production applications. View full review »
Hector Ivan Gil Curry
Director, Security Incident Management with 11-50 employees
I collaborated in a Vblock growth sizing and analysis. The scalability of the solution is interesting. View full review »
BABANIYI LAWAL
Enterprise Infrastructure Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Access to VMs is now faster due to the centralized management console. * Navigation is easy and self-explanatory. * The high redundancy of components has minimized frequent service degradation/failure. View full review »
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