Dell EMC VxBlock 1000 Reviews

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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 23, 2018

VBlock - advanced hyper converged solution for your on premise hardware needs.

Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Speed - unparalleled processing speed and responsiveness. VBlock design eliminates bottlenecks in data transfer between components.
  • Reliability - Built with leading industry components VBLock ensures low hardware incident rate.
  • Resiliency by design. VBlock is designed, built, and setup in a way that no single component failure will cause loss of functionality or management capabilities.
  • Integration
  • Even tighter integration between components, with single pane of management dashboard to manage and deploy solutions.
  • Automation - as of right now there is no single administrative interface provided to script solution provisioning.
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Kunal Gupta | TrustRadius Reviewer
September 18, 2017

VCE Vblock - A complete Converged Solution

Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Product is well suited to run highly technical applications like SAP, Oracle, and other business critical applications.
  • Easy manageability between vendors for support issues.
  • Product is not simple to manage.
  • Product is very expensive. Documentation is too complicated to understand.
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About Dell EMC VxBlock 1000

The VxBlock 1000 integrates Dell EMC storage and data protection into a turnkey converged system supporting all high-value, mission-critical workloads—from the core data center to the cloud. It helps users modernize and simplify their IT infrastructure at scale, so users can focus on innovation and gain more value from data.

The VxBlock replaces the former Vblock from VCE, acquired by EMC in 2014. The Vblock used a Cisco Nexus virtual switch, while VxBlock uses VMware's vSphere Distributed Switch.

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