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In terms of administration, the portal which provides the dashboard view is an excellent tool for operations. It gives you volume divisions, usage rates, which division is using how much data, and more. The operations portal is fantastic for the support team.
The solution has a good optimization feature.
Turbonomic can show us if we're not using some of our storage volumes efficiently in AWS. For example, if we've over-provisioned one of our virtual machines to have dedicated IOPs that it doesn't need, Turbonomic will detect that and tell us.
Its security and ease of use are most valuable.
Since we have NetApp's internally, we use the SnapMirror predominantly for this process in the cloud which is beneficial.
Cloud Secure is definitely the most valuable feature and being able to see file level activity. It gives real-time alerting on possible ransomware attacks and provides file security review. It helps us to see if something abnormal is happening on the system before it's too late.
For the customers I work with, it provides flexibility as far as storage is concerned, so it's security and access.
Cisco has a lot of published information and documentation that helps users understand the product and its offering very well.
The initial setup is fairly straightforward if you have a basic setup.
Storage was taking up maybe 10 to 20% of my life at the startup, and now it takes up zero. I was personally running all the infrastructure for the company. Now that we've moved to NetApp, I don't have to worry about making sure it's up and running. It's made my life personally much better.
The most valuable feature is the live, block-to-block replication.
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