VxRail Pricing and License Cost

Engineer0221
Engineer at a legal firm with 501-1,000 employees
We pay yearly for support. The cost was justified by now because it stays up and I don't have to constantly open tickets. I probably rebooted the system once or twice. We haven't replaced any discs in the storage, we haven't had to do any disc replacements, so it just runs. You pay a little more but you cut down on the maintenance. View full review »
Vasanth_Kumar
Director Of Information Technology at a outsourcing company with 10,001+ employees
The pricing varies. We were able to negotiate a pretty good position In India, they gave us something like three years without interest. However, there are various categories in terms of getting the correct payment options on the pricing, they have a lot of options. They gave us 40% off of this year in the Philippines whereas in India they gave a monthly payment option without interest. A company can negotiate a price. At my organization, we've always managed very good pricing. Therefore, we have no regrets when it comes to the pricing we have to pay. If you have a good relationship with them, they'll try to take care of you. View full review »
Mina Magdy
Senior Infrastructure Solutions Specialist at Equinox International
VxRail is very cost-effective and affordable in the long term. It is more recommended when it comes to financial life, but it may depend upon the license. VxRail comes with VMware licensing, which may not be that cost-effective as compared to others. With VMware, it's an auto check competition. VMware is an expensive solution, especially for Nutanix. Nutanix have their own hypervisor called Acronis, which is very cost-effective against the VMware. Nutanix is cheaper for the hardware but not for the software. If you ask the Nutanix partners to deploy Nutanix over Cisco servers or Dell EMC servers, the cost will be higher. Nutanix wants to compete financially. Therefore, they propose their software over the Supermicro server, which is a very cheap Chinese server. In fact, I don't like their terms of service. HyperFlex has the highest price, and it is very expensive. I don't know why. It may be because this is a UCS system, which comes from Cisco and is already expensive. When it comes to HyperFlex, they need the labor to deploy Hyper-V, Citrix, or any other hypervisor. View full review »
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reviewer1308753
Data Center Team Lead at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
My advice about cost and setup is that it is just as cheap to have the HCI solution as to stay with legacy solutions. If you convert the value of HCI versus the traditional, legacy solution you gain more than you spend. It comes out to an even trade as far as budget. View full review »
Jason Weber
Solutions Architect at a computer software company with 201-500 employees
Users do find that licensing is quite pricey. The costs vary from customer to customer. A typical node that I would sell to a customer has a list price be between $50,000 and $80,000 per node. Organizations typically start with four nodes. That's the hardware, software, VMware licensing, everything. Customers typically pay about half of that for VSAN REady nodes - approximately $25,000 to $50,000 a node. On average, it costs about $200,000 to get your foot in the door. That can be quite expensive for any organization that isn't a large enterprise. View full review »
reviewer1067061
Information Technology Solutions Architect at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
VxRail is not cheap, but it's not expensive either. Mainly it's for big enterprise customers. VxRail has its own or target customers and they know the value of this product; however, the hyper-converged solution is not for everyone. The good news is there are no hidden costs. View full review »
UnitManae381
Unit Manager & Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Most of the licensing cost is built into the solution since it's an appliance. You don't have to worry about additional licensing or support add-ons. View full review »
reviewer1029573
IT Technical Consultant at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The pricing is pretty typical. There is no difference in competitors for the most part. I cannot say VxRail is cheaper than Nutanix. There really is no significant difference to discuss. View full review »
FreddyGonzalez
Virtualization Engineer, SME at Dawson Federal
At about $200,000, this solution is a little bit pricey but it is more economical than others such as Nutanix or Cisco Hyperflex. Dell is more economical. View full review »
reviewer1337028
Network Admin at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
We don't have to pay for anything after the initial purchase. There aren't ongoing licensing costs. I don't know the exact price of the solution. View full review »
reviewer1361517
Arquiteto de infraestrutura at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The solution is pretty reasonably priced. It's not too expensive, and often less than the competition. View full review »
Principa0cc5
Principal at Austin Tovey Ltd
The price point needs improvement, certainly for smaller SMBs. The cost of it is still quite painful. I think all vendors should do a product which is capped either by terabytes, IOPs, or VM instances. It should be an SMB solution that's going to make hyper-converged solutions easier for SMBs to get hold of. It's fine for those big guys that have billions of dollars of budget, but not for customers who have barely a 100,000 dollars or pounds in budget. View full review »
reviewer1367655
Deputy Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The price would be in the middle to the expensive range. It is not cheap. There are different licensing models as well which can meet the requirements of the customer. View full review »
Adeel Akhtar
Team Lead IT Infrastructure & Datacenter at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Pricing its depend on your requirement well licensing is very simple all VMware and other license cost including in VxRail. But If an organization wants to buy a VMware enterprise license, then they need to pay separately. View full review »
reviewer1365957
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I live in Brazil, and my customers are from Brazil. It is quite an expensive solution. It is more expensive than the traditional environment. View full review »
reviewer1484772
MAM Support Engineer at a media company with 501-1,000 employees
The licensing comes with the contract with Dell EMC. The solution is competitively priced but it is expensive. However, this is expected as we are a corporate enterprise and we need this environment. View full review »
EMANUEL CORDEIRO
IT Manager at CIALNE
This is an expensive product and that should be considered a point to be improved. View full review »
reviewer1346064
Technical Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The price is fair. View full review »
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