VMware Software Defined Data Center Other Solutions Considered

Robert Trasatti
VIP of Infrastructure Engineering at MindSHIFT
No, we started with VMware very early. We're looking at Hyper-V, but it's just not where VMware is. View full review »
Ryan Marsyla
Project Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
No, to be quite honest, at that point in time we had done proof of concepts but were swinging to VMware. View full review »
Ryan Blace
Architect at Farmers insurance
Definitely Nutanix for vSAN is on our shortlist. ACI and NSX, like everybody else. They're the only two players in this space. View full review »
Ben Hinkle
Solutions architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nutanix certainly is a big competitor. Also, SimpliVity is another big one of those competitors in terms of the software-defined and hyper-converged aspect of this environment. Whilst looking for a vendor, a deep and trusted relationship with that vendor is very important for us. View full review »
Network Solution Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We had HPE in there but a lot of our hardware is HPE. So, we looked at just VM and HPE. The reason why we ended up choosing VM is the reputation in the industry; for the last twenty years, VM has been there. Licensing is the most important criteria while selecting a vendor. We were going to go with Citrix Systems but due to factors such as cost saving, one vendor doing everything, tons of VDI, etc. are why we decided on this solution. VM was a better solution. View full review »
Senior VMware Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Microsoft was the only other big one. Amazon Web Services is slightly different so I wouldn't put them in the same category, but they are playing in the same level right now. View full review »
Security Engineer
We looked at some Cisco products. View full review »
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