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What advice do you have for others considering Infrascale Platform?


If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Infrascale Platform, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

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Top 10LeaderboardReseller

I don't think you could do much better than using Infrascale. It's really a no-brainer, with the lack of "throats to choke." You go to one vendor for a problem, you go to one support team. You go to one vendor for any licensing problems. They provide solutions, whether in the cloud, physical, or virtual, and one dashboard to manage it all. The biggest lesson I have learned from using the solution is that backups can be easy. It meets all my needs. The reporting is good, it has encryption in transit, encryption at rest. The ease of use is there.

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Top 10LeaderboardReal User

I'm using SentinelOne for my antivirus malware stuff. They're one of the best in the industry. I don't have a lot of events where I need to pull from backup or recover. I just needed a system that I could use to back up my remote users. I'm not too concerned with Infrascale's malware detection stuff. It was one of those fancy little things they throw-in. As far as the time it would take for a boot-ready failover, it would have zero effect on my operations. My stuff is 100 percent cloud-based, including my EMR, Outlook, and Teams. But I'm utilizing 95 percent of what Infrascale offers, for the package I bought. Overall, I set it up, configured it, deployed it, and walked away from it. It just chugs away happily.

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Real User

My advice for anybody researching this type of solution is to consider what it is that you need to have backed up. I would recommend this solution for those who are backing up documents for Windows or Mac. However, for Linux machines, this solution will not work. It only works with virtual appliances. The experience that we have had with this product is generally good. We've been able to restore files when we've needed to. The problem is that sometimes you can use a lot of the bandwidth to upload files. I don't know what the compression is like, compared to others, but I've seen it slow down our connection a bit when it does backups. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.

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