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Ezra Owen | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 18, 2020

I'll buy Cohesity again

Score 8 out of 10
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We have 4 units spread across several data centers and on-premise locations. Two units used as a File Server and 2 units used as a repository for backups.
  • Intuitive user Interface.
  • Good reporting and metrics.
  • Setup was not very easy, not intuitive.
  • Ability for multi-tenant (VLAN) was not quite there yet.
Very good for File Server applications. Maybe not so good for only a repository, at least not yet.
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Joshua Van Camp | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Cohesity was brought into our organization as a replacement for traditional magnetic tape backups. We also were looking for a replacement for legacy NAS devices for the storage of unstructured data like home and user drives across the organization.
  • Backups - Cohesity makes it very easy to backup our VMware environment. They also have specialized backups for Active Directory, SQL, O365 Email, and legacy storage devices.
  • File services - Cohesity allows us to easily provision new SMB file shares.
  • Replication performance - We needed support to provide some customizations in order to get our replication to work properly to another offsite cluster. We have been told that this issue is fixed in the newest general release.
  • Support - I would characterize the support as very good, but in a few instances I could tell my support agent needed to go higher up his chain to get clarification on features. I believe Cohesity is rapidly growing their support infrastructure as they put more hardware in the field.
Cohesity does a great job with VMware backups and NAS backups. Once configured and running, we are backing up nearly 80 VMs and 30+ TB of logical data in less than 2 hours on 10GB links. File services are quick and easy to provision. Cohesity has a lot of tools and is working to add additional value to the functions it performs. We are now able to back up our O365 mailboxes via Cohesity which was a nice feature we didn't even know we were getting. I am not sure where this product would struggle. Our setup is probably on the smaller side so I can vouch for operations at scale, but all of the other reading I have done in my research indicates this has not been an issue for others.
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Jay Stelmach | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Currently, Cohesity is only being used by IT. We are working on the ability for end-users to log into the portal to be able to restore files that they own (primarily in their own user profile). This product is our backup and recovery solution and it has been a fantastic improvement over our previous utility. IT has been able to eliminate the use of tapes in our environment and speed up the restoration of files due to the elastic search function.
  • The elastic search function allows us to find the files we need to restore even when the user can't remember.
  • The back ups are reliable and do not need hand holding.
  • I would like to see an easier filtering mechanism on the elastic search.
We are an all on-prem shop. This solution will allow us to back up our cloud-based servers once we move in that direction. I have tested all of the features and functionality in terms of back up and restores. I'm thrilled with the product. It even helped us during the Server 2008 migration as it allowed us to move databases between servers and it even had backups of the servers that we could restore to in an instant if necessary.
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Carl Holzhauer | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 20, 2019

Cohesity - It just works

Score 8 out of 10
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We use Cohesity across 7 locations to backup and replicate our data. Cohesity allows us to have several copies of our data in different data centers.
  • We use replication heavily to get data from one site to another, letting us get data out of areas that are more subject to natural disasters.
  • The user interface for Cohesity is simple and easy to use; folks that don't use it often have no problem picking it up quickly.
  • We attempted to use the archive feature to copy data to AWS, but this hasn't really worked out well for us.
  • I wish they would run a mailing list that informed of new versions or problems that others are seeing with the product.
Cohesity works well if you're attempting to consolidate your data center or if you're trying to get the most out of your investment because of their focus on hyper-convergence.
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Pranav Sharma | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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It all started with one Cohesity box, and currently we have 8 fully populated systems across locations. Cohesity is a blend of cost-effective storage designed for secondary or archival data, and integrates well with a number of other systems like Vmware, PureStorage, or AWS with its large array of APIs available to the user. We are using it for backing up VMs, indexing data, and restoring data, and it's lightning fast. At the same time the data compression and dedup is robust and best among the products we came across.
  • Backing data (VMs , physical servers, NFS volumes, Pure storage volumes, etc.)
  • Running splunk cold buckets.
  • FIles and folder level restoration.
  • Disaster recovery planning and replication.
  • Support.
  • Stable releases.
  • Bug fixes.
It's perfect for handling your secondary and archival data. It can replace the legacy backup solutions and tape libraries, and integrate with and leverage most of the available public clouds. Also, they have a virtual cloud edition for AWS, which you can use to take maximum advantage of a hybrid kind of environment. You can also use it to offload snapshots from your costly tier 1 storage like Pure.
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Shawn Gifford | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Cohesity is now being used across the organization for two primary purposes and several secondary uses. The main use was originally as our secondary storage and data protection. It is fully utilized for this. We also now use it increasingly for file services, moving old NAS units to Cohesity workloads. Finally, we also take advantage of our Cohesity units for file analytics via the Marketplace apps.
  • Indexed dedup while staying compressed and encrypted at rest and in-transit.
  • An easy interface for my non-admin IT staff to be able to work with the system.
  • We've seen a drastic reduction in our replication traffic for off-site data protection.
  • Seamless archival to Azure blob storage.
  • Short backup windows compared to our previous software.
  • More apps for the Marketplace are needed!
  • While it is great that they offer many backup options for cloud offerings, I would like to see some more, like Teams.
This is a great solution for a company working to get off of tape and into the cloud for data archival. They offer options for starting out connecting to tapes, but make it very easy to move those workloads to a cloud replication in small increments, so that no databox or similar services are needed to forklift data into the CSP.
They are also very good for Hyper-V, and my company found hard to find a good vendor for this need. They seamlessly support Hyper-V 2016, with support for clusters, VMM, and many other scenarios.
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Muhammad Mulla | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Cohesity in our organisation mainly as a backup product. This is for backups of vmware vcenter environments, Office 365 mailboxes, SMB and NFS file shares, Oracle and SQL. It is used to replicate our backup data to our remote site as well as archive to the cloud when required.
  • Data reduction
  • Replication
  • Integration with vcenter
  • NFS file shares
  • SMB file shares
Cohesity is particularly well suited to backups of vcenter and physical server environments. It falls a little short in provision of 'views' or shares to be used by appliances to carry out backups. e.g. you can provision an NFS share 'view' in Cohesity but Cisco Firepower will not accept it as a backup location.
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Tim Kovars | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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It was easy to implement and do a POC. After it was shown to be the superior product it was easy to flip to production.
Issues have been dealt with promptly or put on the roadmap for a future release. Backup and restore became as easy as they're supposed to be.
  • The various ways to quickly reover data. Cloning and instant volume mounts (Exchange restores) have been great options.
  • Ability to use it as secondary storage for VMDK's that don't need to be on Tier 1.
  • Using it as a NAS device.
  • Ability to backup Isilon!
  • Mainly cosmetic stuff that is currently being addressed.
  • Expiration times for clones.
Well suited for backups of an entire virtual environment with an agent to catch any physical server. Using as a NAS/filer to store your data and protect it at the same time. Replicating data for DR off-site has worked great. The option to use a clone to test or verify settings without bringing a VM back fully online is great.
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Miranda de Wilde | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We are a cloud provider and have two Cohesity clusters. In these clusters, we have a total of 20 nodes (hardware C2500 and C2505) with a total of 24.5 TB Storage Capacity for Metadata. Our customers have protection jobs with their
own storage domain.
With this, we provide our customers with a reliable backup solution. Customers can restore backups themselves, both on file and VM levels. Backups for O365 are also slowly getting there. Even when it is in the cloud, customers still want this environment to be backed up 'locally'.
We ourselves make internal use of all the above functions and the Active directory backup option. We are very satisfied with this.
  • Backing all kinds data (VM, O365, NFS volumes, etc.)
  • Restoring data to vCenter
  • Make faster releases on the outcome of new products (e.g. update of VMware)
  • Backup other product like Sharepoint
As a cloud provider for customers, but also for your own environment, it’s suitable for most of your use cases. At the moment, except for Sharepoint, I can't think of anything we need that we can't back up as a cloud provider.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We are using Cohesity as our primary backup solution as well as leveraging the native cloud capabilities for DR purposes. We have a small cluster with room for a fourth node to grow in the future. Thus far it has really sped up our backup and restore times, as well as enabled us to increase our backup frequency. We did not need to increase our retention, although we more than likely could given the great dedupe and compression we are seeing with the solution. It mainly addressed the issue of costly collocation fees for offsite backup. Replacing our old solution with Cohesity and cloud blob storage has been a monetary benefit.
  • Instant spin up of test and dev machines is pretty amazing. Our last solution claimed to do this but the backing storage was much too slow t be of use.
  • Uploads to the cloud are simple to set up and you can leverage low cost blob storage.
  • The cluster nature of the solution makes upgrades seamless with zero downtime.
  • The entire cluster fits in 2U of space -- we are saving 8U in our main datacenter and all 6U we previously had offsite.
  • Reporting is still a little rough around the edges. The current release is 6.1; the next release of 6.3 is supposed to address this.
  • Software update schedules seem to slip. I suppose this is better than releasing buggy code, though.
  • I'd like better visibility as to which workloads were contributing what to storage space, especially cloud storage space which can be assessed a specific cost.
  • The runbook functionality that is coming will need to be very capable in order for us to adopt it. No cost tie in to Helios are critical for this to work as sales has outlined it.
Cohesity is best suited for a highly virtualized environment, although they do have agents for bare metal. But who runs non-virtualized workloads these days anyhow? Not any organization which would invest in best class backup, anyhow.

We find that the search features make file-level restores so much easier -- now a partial filename is all we need to get going, and we can see a file's change history by date so we no longer have to hunt for the last changed version. You will want 10GB network capability for this solution to really shine -- each node has dual SFP+ connections for data.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 18, 2020

Cohesity: Great product

Score 9 out of 10
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Our primary initiative was with the Cohesity Data platform, and we used it as a SaaS solution tied to our Amazon cloud. It has consolidated all of our applications, containers, backups, etc. onto a single pane of glass for super simple management, remediation, and repair if it's needed. We love it.
  • Consolidation
  • Data management
  • Pricing
  • Automation
We really like the simplification, consolidation, and ease of management that the Cohesity solution we went with provides to us. It's a great way to save time, money, and effort, freeing up our resources for other things. The consolidation and right-sizing of the solution in the cloud are also really nice and help save lots of money.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We were using Cohesity as a network file solution, however that has changed and now we us it as a backup solution. Currently it is being used in all 3 of our locations. The backup solution is being used to backup SQL and Oracle databases, File level backups, and VM backups.
  • Make adding items to be backuped easy.
  • The search feature for file restore is quick.
  • The restore process is quick.
  • Improvement in the accuracy of their documentation
  • Remove the amount of times you need to log in to view support info
I enjoy Cohesity as a backup solution. When it works it does a great job at providing a backup solution. If there is ever a need to engage with the support staff they are very knowledgeable and eager to assist. Finding files or VMs is quick and easy to locate the item to restore and the speed of restore is quick. I would score them higher but the documentation that they provide you will isn't always accurate. They have provided me with knowledge base articles in an attempt to easily resolve my issue only to find that there were steps missing.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Cohesity is backing up all of our NAS shares, SQL data, and VMs. The only complaint I could have is that the Support team is slow to respond to significant issues. The product itself is great, as long as you can get answers from Support when needed. I would recommend this product to other administrators.
  • Backing up all of our NAS shares.
  • Backing up all of our SQL data.
  • Backing up all of our VMs.
  • Support team is lacking in response times.
  • Account team doesn't step in until or offer assistance until customer gets frustrated.
Cohesity backups are great, though when things don't work it is a significant issue. Upgrades are really easy to perform and can be done at any time. That is a nice feature, as our previous backup solution involved an entire day's worth of upgrade. It was really really terrible. This is much nicer.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 03, 2019

Impressive product

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We are using it to backup VMware environment, SQL and Exchange servers. We have two clusters that replicate to each other; this process is also very fast. GUI is simple and very responsive. Implementation took only a few hours and backups begin the same day it has been physically racked.
  • Instant mass restore
  • Cloud archiving
  • Incremental forever
  • Very easy to operate
  • Helios Cloud
  • Have more storage vendor compatibility
  • O365 One Drive backups (but it is coming)
If you have may VM's to restore, Cohesity is the product to use. You can recover VM's in a few minutes. Cloud archiving is very easy too. DR is great too. I am replicating to another cluster in my DR center and the transfer speed is very fast.

If you want to take the "snapshots" at the storage level instead of VMware, it is only compatible with Hyperflex and Pure Storage.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We are an MSP in the Netherlands. We use Cohesity to back-up all our own systems and a lot of systems of our customers. We offer back-up as a service for our customers with Cohesity. The interface and scalability makes it very easy for us to provide back-up as a service.

For either ourselves or our customers it helps in the business continuity and disaster recovery. We can restore files/folders/VM's very quickly when needed.
  • Easy to learn
  • Scalability
  • Folder/File Restores
  • Support
  • In the first few years the software parts could use some improvement, it is getting better with every update though.
  • The layout of how to implement Cohesity needs to be thought of before hand. Changing it after implementation is time consuming.
  • It is very well suited for back-up on a large scale. Also scaling and growing the Cohesity cluster with time is very easy.
  • It is not as fully developed yet as Veeam as an allround backup solution but it's getting there.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We are a managed service provider (MSP) in the Netherlands that were the first adopters of the product in our country. We use it for backing up all our client's virtual machines throughout data centers in the Netherlands. We run the Fundaments Cloud and deliver Infrastructure as a service. Cohesity delivers a multi-tenant portal for the backups and provides a plugin for vCloud Director. It can backup thousands of virtual machines without scaling issues.
  • Backups of virtual machines with VMware products.
  • Scale-out storage, no more issues with running out of disk space with your backups.
  • Multi-tenant possibilities that help us solve the issue of letting clients be in control of their own backups as a managed service provider.
  • Further adopting managed service providers.
It's well suited when you need a scale-out storage system that scales with a growing organization. When running a small environment, however, with a few hosts and a few VMs for an office environment the investment is steep.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Cohesity is used to replace our older backup and archive solutions because they are too old and expensive.
We currently mainly use it to back up our VMWare virtual desktop and server environment. We are also archiving our Microsoft Exchange email environment to the Cohesity cluster. It could also be a potential solution in the future for file server archiving.
  • Easy setup of backup policies within the UI
  • Creation of backup jobs is very straightforward with all necessary options but without being overloaded
  • Grouping of backups to backup groups makes admins live much easier
  • Restore of files and VMs is very easy
It's a very good solution for backups, restores and archiving. That's where it is meant to be and for me, that's what Cohesity fulfills.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Cohesity is being used by our engineers to manage our data and storage. We use Cohesity to separate different clients and to give them storage as a service and backups with this as well. It addresses multiple problems we faced before like management of backups and different kinds of storage. Also it fixes our management skills as a reseller.
  • The support of Cohesity is very good.
  • Cohesity is very good at marketing and has a strong brand.
  • Cohesity has a great insightful, easy-to-learn product.
  • Some security features could be implemented better.
When managing different data stores and clients Cohesity comes in perfectly. It manages all the data from different clients with an insightful dashboard as to were other products are not likely to have this. Also the backups functionality and the different options offered here are great for reselling the storage as an MSP.
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joey diniz | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Cohesity to backup our entire VMWare environment.
  • Cohesity is a well packaged all in one backup solution.
  • Being able to back up to another Cohesity cluster and/or to the cloud for redundancy is nice.
  • Being able to use storage not being used by backups for simple file shares is an added bonus.
  • Setting up protection jobs can use a little work.
  • Updating can be a little tedious as you have to go to a web page to pull the latest update instead of being able to update from within the UI.
If you want a versatile backup solution that can handle your backup needs. With added features that are not available with other solutions, i.e. creating shares from the cluster, apps that look into your backup data for compliance and more.
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Mike O'Rourke | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Cohesity is being used across the entire organization for data backups, protection, and part of our disaster recovery options. We replicate backups across sites and archive to the cloud. It is also used for temporary development and test environments.
  • The user interface is very easy to learn and operate
  • Deployment of the platform takes about an hour from unboxing, racking, to setting up your first backup jobs.
  • Tech support is very responsive and follows through
  • The physical device agent is a bit quirky but has come a long way and improvements are being made all the time
I am sure there are some areas where this may not be well suited but I am not aware of them. This product provides data protection and NAS storage that is indexed and searchable. Its fast and has a small rack footprint.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Cohesity is currently being used for data protection and secondary storage. It will expand to disaster recovery in 2020. It is being used for our corporate datacenter and thus protects us organization wide. It addressed low backup job success rates and offloading secondary storage onto cheaper disk. In addition we will implement its analytics capability for archive, GDPR compliance checks, and PII identification.
  • Data protection has been rock solid.
  • Support and customer service is responsive and knowledgeable as well as courteous.
  • Secondary storage (SMB/NFS) work as advertised and save us money.
  • The web UI still needs a little refining especially around the wording in alerts and messages to users.
  • International sales resources in APAC.
Using Cohesity for data protection is amazing. They are the Uber of the data protection world. Setting up sources and targets is so simple. The backup procedures are crisp, and the results speak for themselves. 99%+ success rate since install.
Less appropriate would be backing up really old legacy apps that need specialized plugins or agents. i.e. Lotus Nnotes or something like that.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Cohesity is used as the backup application across all entities in the group. It replaces a legacy application with a lot of servers—vApps—that does not scale very well. Our application had many bugs and required constant upgrades to fix issues. Unfortunately, these new releases had bugs each time. With Cohesity, it was really easy to deploy the cluster, in a few hours, the first cluster was deployed and ready to take backups.
  • Easy to set up in just a few hours.
  • Upgrades are done online, you can still do backups and restore when the cluster is upgrading.
  • Restores are really easy to perform and fast.
  • No support for Windows clustering but this should be released in a few weeks or months.
  • No Windows BMR without third-party add-ons.
If you have an environment using VMs, it will be great. If you require physical server backup, you will need add-ons. Cohesity can be used for many other things like storing archives (using the embedded WORM feature). It can be used as NAS too. There is also an app store but this is new so I am hoping to see more applications in the coming months.
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Adam Rasner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We initially purchased Cohesity as a data protection product to displace Microsoft Data Protection Manager that was undersized for our environment. This was leading to poor performance, failed backup jobs, and a generally unreliable backup system. Later, we expanded our use case to land tier 2 (lower performance) applications data on the Cohesity, saving us up to 60% versus using traditional high performance storage area network.
  • User interface
  • Easy of implementation
  • Ability to scale, "pay as you grow"
  • The architecture could be better designed so you can put more nodes in a cluster
  • Some of the initial purchased equipment is already close to end of life
  • You can't mix and match generations of Cohesity equipment in the same enclosure
It's a great data protection product and secondary storage target, and it integrates well with the cloud.
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Erik Butler | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 06, 2018

Cohesity Storage

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We use Cohesity to backup our entire infrastructure as well as replicate to our DR location. The ability to use it for secondary storage in an emergency outage was a major plus to the purchase. Our current staff is pretty small, and being able to train someone to do a file restore in 20 minutes was a blessing in and of itself. Great product, and support has been top notch.
  • Low management overhead
  • Smooth and consistent backups
  • Being able to look at a dashboard and see all relevant information
  • Upgrades are painless and can be done even during a backup window
  • KB is limited.
  • Support for 3rd party SANS is also pretty small
I think anytime you need a robust backup solution it would fit. The only downside I could see would be price if you are an SMB space. The price though is comparable to any of the top tier vendors.
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Jason Stallings | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We were backing up about 160 TB to tape per week. We are still moving over to Cohesity, however, we will not have the need to have the hardware related to tapes next year. Also, the money we spend on new versions of tapes is not going towards more clusters. In Cohesity, my backups are running faster and I have more frequent crash consistent data.
  • Cohesity will save us money, time, and manpower.
  • We will have quick redundancy to AWS for our Cohesity node.
  • This tool is very straightforward and clean. The menus are not over complicated or cluttered.
  • Cohesity is working on this, however, I would like to see a more expanded KB section.
We were backing up about 160 TB to tape per week. We will be able to eliminate our off site tape storage, and all expenses related to that. This will save us time and money each day. I have not come across any areas that we could not use Cohesity.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Universal recovery (36)
8.6
Live recovery (38)
8.7
Recovery verification (34)
8.0
Business application protection (37)
7.5
Multiple backup destinations (38)
8.4
Incremental backup identification (39)
8.9
Backup to the cloud (32)
8.3
Deduplication and file compression (40)
9.3
Snapshots (37)
9.2
Flexible deployment (36)
8.3
Management dashboard (40)
8.2
Platform support (40)
8.6
Retention options (40)
9.0
Encryption (37)
8.9

About Cohesity

Cohesity DataProtect is a comprehensive data backup and recovery software product from Cohesity, an enterprise software company based in San Jose, California, focused on eliminating mass data fragmentation and consolidating silos.

DataProtect utilizes Cohesity’s DataPlatform service which is designed to consolidate secondary storage and associated workflows, to provide users with end-to-end protection for virtual and physical workloads, databases, applications, and storage with a single web-scale solution.

Key Features

● Hyperconverged data protection eliminates need for separate backup software, target storage, proxy and media servers, and cloud gateways

● Unified user interface for managing and provisioning data protect services, connected via core to cloud and edge

● Policy-based automation; users can assign policies to one or all jobs globally to automate operations and meet business SLA requirements


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