87% of surveyed organizations said that the primary catalyst events that prompted their organization to select HPE SimpliVity were a refresh of existing infrastructure with a simplified, highly efficient, all-in-one HCI solution.
TechValidate survey of 47 users of HPE SimpliVity
Justin Stockdale, an Infrastructure Engineer at Texas Rangers, would be very likely to recommend HPE Alletra dHCI for this reason:
The architecture of most HCI solutions, such as Simplivity and Nutanix, is rigid and not flexible to change because the compute storage and networking are all in one box. With Alletra dHCI, the implementation is much more relaxed and forgiving. It’s also much more traditional, allowing the team that is already somewhat familiar with servers and storage to get up to speed and support the systems quickly.
Based on a response of 9 to the question “On a scale of 0-10, how likely would you be to recommend HPE SimpliVity?”
HPE Alletra dHCI Customer Review
How our organization uses HPE Alletra dHCI:
The HPE Alletra dHCI runs all of our security, analytics, and general workloads. It runs all the storage and computes for the Texas Rangers.
Would you recommend HPE Alletra dHCI?
Yes, HPE dHCI is a good blend of HCI and traditional computing and storage it’s also able to be incorporated into existing architectures and expanded easily. Also I love Alletra’s US-based support it’s a key differentiator between other HCI and storage platforms. HPE InfoSight is also a big value in monitoring and proactive maintenance of the compute, storage, and network.
Based on a response of 10 to the question “On a scale of 0-10, how likely would you be to recommend HPE ProLiant Servers?”
HPE MicroServer Gen10 Plus Customer Testimonial
The reliability in the processes of our database and the storage of shared files, as well as backups of peripheral equipment, even in a critical case of ransomware infection, the HPE equipment was up to the task, recovering almost all the files and the entire database.