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The solution is easy to install.
The technical support is very good.
The performance of IBM FlashSystem is very good. The new technology and high throughput have given us more confidence in the solution. The management of the system has improved and we can control the monitoring system alerts and multiple FlashSystems with the Enterprise Cloud Edition, which is free. The migration of recently stored data to a new flash is much easier. You can move your data because you can utilize it externally.
PowerScale allows us to manage storage without managing RAID groups or migrating volumes between controllers. It has really simplified things. We're not having to worry about the underlying infrastructure. That takes care of itself. We just worry about the data. It's really easy for deploying and managing storage at the petabyte scale.
The solution is easy to use.
Can use both SAN and NAS at the same time.
We use Nasuni's continuous file versioning feature and it fully protects us. With the ability to version files and have continuous recovery, it helps in terms of resiliency. If we have an incident then we would be able to easily recover from it by using the technology.
They call us when monitoring shows a possible issue and are very flexible in working with our schedule to troubleshoot when it is convenient for us.
Having instant failover redundancy helps me sleep easier at night.
Its stability is the most valuable. It is reliable, and we don't have to worry too much about it.
It integrates well into either Windows or Linux environments.
The solution is stable.
Integration with other NetApp solutions and merging them is manageable.
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