VxRail Other Solutions Considered

Engineer0221
Engineer at a legal firm with 501-1,000 employees
We evaluated XtremIO which is also a Dell EMC product. We chose this because of the integration with VxRail. It integrates the vSAN and VMware and that was the big selling point, the fact that we could run our own vCenter right off of the storage. We know the support and we know what they are going to give us. I evaluated for a storage increase and it's an add-on whereas with VxRail it is built in and I'm not adding on anything. It's built for both V7 and the vSAN; it works well doing both things. View full review »
Managing56d7
Managing Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Dell has a really strong set of solutions, probably the best in the market. View full review »
UnitManae381
Unit Manager & Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
With VxRail, the vendor choice is always Dell. The main reason being is because of the comprehensive hardware and software support as well as the deployment features. When proposing a solution, we need to look at the full package available by a single vendor rather than going with multiple different vendors to get a similar solution. View full review »
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Chris-Stanley
IT Manager at Celtic Manor Resort
We evaluated Nutanix, Nimble, Cisco... We went with Dell VxRail, as Dell were already a trusted partner, and it has great support and products. View full review »
Principa0cc5
Principal at Austin Tovey Ltd
There is only Dell EMC in my world. In hyper-converged, I do a lot of storage spaces as well, like Microsoft storage spaces. Obviously, customers who already bought into the VMware product line will want to stay down the hypervisor route, and customers who are already Microsoft customers will want to stay down the Hyper-V route. View full review »
Enterpri68a5
Enterprise Architect at Unisys
Nobody else was on our shortlist, because Dell EMC is our strategic partner. We were expecting them to bring us something that would work very quickly and easily, but also be at a reasonable price point, and they did. View full review »
Eric Meiser
Senior Consultant at SoftEd Systems
We use Dell EMC products and this solution was the best one for our customers and projects. View full review »
Ravindran Seeni
Head of IT at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We went with Dell VxRail because we have a good relationship with Dell EMC. The second reason was the price. We procured a very limited edition of VxRail. We are currently looking at buying a full featured edition of a hyper-converged product. For example, we are considering buying Nutanix, HPE SimpliVity, VxRail (the third edition), or Cisco HyperFlex solution. View full review »
LeadServ9aa9
Lead Service Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We looked at Cisco and HPE. A lot of what drove of our decision is because VxRail is VMware integrated, so it was easy to manage and learn. View full review »
SystemAdbf21
System Administrator at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We evaluated CDW and Insight. We went with CDW because it seemed to be the better option of the two companies. View full review »
Frankie Youngblood
Systems / Security Administrator with 51-200 employees
We evaluated VxRail vs HPE SimpliVity, as well as Flex, and others. View full review »
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