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We use it for storage.
The primary use case is its an offsite virtualization. It runs all our servers at an offsite office in Brazil. Our main sites are in New York and London. We bought a company in Brazil that had aging hardware, so we replaced that with three nodes of the SimpliVity solution. Since it is small office and it does everything, you don't need to have a SAN nor a fancy network. It is a one stop shop, which was really good for this particular thing.
We use SimpliVity in our retail stores as a backup solution.
We have a virtualized environment and we use it for backups and disaster recovery and to be able to store all of our data locally and replicate.
We use it in a VMware environment that supports VMs.
We use it for hosting stuff for clients.
We're using it to refresh our retail stores.
The primary use is to run the business, production, and Oracle.
We use it for VDI.
We are using SimpliVity for VDI and virtual desktops. We are also using it for some small manufacturing sites.
It is for the production virtual environment. I have virtualized almost 99 percent of my servers, and I'm using SimpliVity as a host for those virtual machines. It does what needs to be done for us. The main thing for us is to make sure that we can recover a failed VM on a different site if the primary site fails. We need to be able to recover on the DR site. The performance was the main focus.
We use it for optimization of the platform for the virtualization.
General purpose fertilization is our primary use case. This IT solution covers our hardware. We are using it in our VMware virtualization aesthetic to cover all the workloads within our region.
We use it in our original data centers and large sites.
We are in a stretched cluster environment. So far, it has been really good.
Our primary use case for SimpliVIty was around backup and disaster recovery. We were trying to replace our existing DR service platform, then consolidate our backups from the different solutions, whether that was Veeam on the VMware side, Robocopy for file shares, or Windows Backup or SQL backup for certain applications.
We are using this solution in Brazil.
Our primary use case for this solution is to offer a combination of computing storage services to remote locations. It operates in our data centers.
Our primary use case for this solution is for our data center.
We're running more than 40 ESX 6.5 VMs on a two-node SimpliVity system. The SimpliVity nodes are at two different locations and operate in a stretched cluster mode. This provides mirroring of the flash storage in each node. Approximately half of our VMs run on the site on one node and the other half run on the site on two nodes. In the event of a node failure, all VMs will automatically run on the one good node.
* To build up HCI and upgrade existing VMware farm * To set up local HA and site DR solution for business * Fast backup solution
General IT workloads of core services and standard line of business applications.
Currently, we are using it for our VMware workstation. We use it to host our non-production servers.
At FDF Energy Services, IT is an important differentiator. It allows us to maintain a significant competitive advantage in the market. OmniCube is a perfect fit for our infrastructure because it allows us to simultaneously improve our levels of data protection and disaster recovery capabilities, while significantly reducing our costs. The simplification of our IT environment, coupled with the cost savings, allows us to further invest in the applications running our business.
I was searching for a high availability system that could replace our traditional SAN and be responsible for computer configuration and backup.
We are resellers. We change virtual environments and use c7000 plus 3PAR Blades. The repository is for virtual machines.
We use HPE SimpliVity for general corporate IT applications and to support our DevOps automation software.