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Dell EMC PowerStore review

Maurizio Davini
Maurizio Davini
CTO at Universita' degli Studi di Pisa
Gives us performance and flexibility, and has completely changed our scientific...
* Flexibility * Performance * Easy of use It also has some very good compression capabilities. We were looking for a solution that was easy to install in our VMware environment, that was flexible. PowerStore X is a type of a VMware cluster that you install inside your environment. If you have a VMware environment, like we have in...
Dell EMC PowerStore review

Peter Kidiavai
Peter Kidiavai
Storage Administrator at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The built-in intelligence can adapt quickly to changing workload requirements
PowerStore is easy to use. All the drives use soft encryption. To upgrade it, you download the app, and it runs by itself. It's very easy to deploy, share, and create volumes. It's active, so you can have two nodes on one appliance. If Node A goes down, you still get node B at the bottom running. I would rate PowerStore's machine learning...

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