2018-11-18T07:31:00Z

What needs improvement with SolidFire?


Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with SolidFire.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

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Top 5Reseller

The technical support is really bad and has to be improved.

2020-04-13T06:27:36Z
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Top 10Reseller

The product does what it's meant to do and I don't think there's any need for improvement at the moment. The same applies to additional features, which would make the product quite expensive and I don't think it requires that. If you add features, you might lose the things that the product is best at. It makes the most sense to let it be what it is. If you buy the solution for its specific purpose it will work well. Once you add additional features like Essex, you diminish the system and that would be a shame. They could make the mNode more user-friendly. Now you need to configure and add nodes by CLI and it’s not really easy to manage. If they created a web interface to do the management of the mNode, that would be great!.

2019-11-13T05:28:00Z
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Top 5Consultant

The entry-level for this solution is so high that we had to use other solutions for some of our smaller office locations that are in different parts of the world. As a consequence, because we could not use it across our entire organization, we have changed to something else. I would like to see the entry-level changed so that you can do really small systems with SolidFire. This solution would be improved if it were made to be more compatible with other products.

2019-10-31T06:27:00Z
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Consultant

They took away the centrifugal outlook and it is not included anymore which is unfortunate. Additionally, I think there is room for improvement needed with its storage capability. A bigger node is needed.

2018-11-18T07:31:00Z
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