What do you like most about vCenter Orchestrator?
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The solution is pretty stable and reliable.
The solution was easy to install.
The most valuable feature is how easy it makes it to manage the VM.
The open, flexible architecture has brought in the agile computing environment along with better Dr capabilities. Automation management and operational tasks across VMware and third-party applications, like our HMIS and other business productivity applications, have delivered peace of mind.
The backup and recovery times are very quick.
The most valuable feature is affinity rules.
It is the most cost-effective method for moving data between machines.
The most valuable feature is workflow automation.
The solution's ability to template and easily implement are the most valuable features. It offers good replication as well.
The most valuable feature is that this solution is complete, and you don't need any add-ons.
vCenter Orchestrator is easy to use.
It's 100% stable, it's always stable. We haven't had any bugs. The solution works very well and we haven't had any problems.
In regards to the workflows, the fact that we can actually have a full dashboard library of all the existing workflows on this is great. We can see all the workflows and what all the actions do and can work with scripts.
Communication with technical support is very good. It has a repository of knowledge base articles which we can access which are very helpful.
The most valuable feature is that it's simple and very ergonomic to use the product compared to other virtualizing product. Out of Microsoft, Red Hat, and IBM, we found VMware to be the best one.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the workflow creation.
The DRS feature from VMware is very valuable to us because it balances workloads.
The hardware abstraction layer, being able to make the VMs portable when moving to a different platform or over a WAN.
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