Dell VPLEX

Dell VPLEX

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Dell VPLEX

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What is Dell VPLEX?

Dell VPLEX aims to maximize the returns on investments in all-flash infrastructure or hybrid arrays by providing continuous availability to business-critical workloads. VPLEX also creates a flexible storage architecture designed to gives IT teams the agility they need to respond...
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What is Dell VPLEX?

Dell VPLEX aims to maximize the returns on investments in all-flash infrastructure or hybrid arrays by providing continuous availability to business-critical workloads. VPLEX also creates a flexible storage architecture designed to gives IT teams the agility they need to respond to rapid business…

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What is Dell VPLEX?

Dell VPLEX aims to maximize the returns on investments in all-flash infrastructure or hybrid arrays by providing continuous availability to business-critical workloads. VPLEX also creates a flexible storage architecture designed to gives IT teams the agility they need to respond to rapid business and technology changes while maximizing asset utilization across active-active datacenters.

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Angela Wright | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Dell EMC VPLEX provides storage architecture to all workloads that runs across our company. It has advanced technological dashboard that can easily detect to new changes and demands that an organization can adapt. File transfer and data management with this platform has been a step forward and great solution to service delivery in our company. It has enabled my team to build most reliable data infrastructure with all necessary tools.
  • Streamlining of data infrastructure
  • Provision of storage systems.
  • Technology refresh and faster file transfer services.
  • There is missing feature that I can recommend for addition.
  • Functionality has been great with positive performance.
The storage capability of this platform has been great with large workload capacity. I have liked the operation and simplicity of this system in data management and transfer rate. It is simple and flexible to work with Dell EMC VPLEX under any environment. It monitors all storage practices and report on any new trends that may affect our workloads. It allows its servers to share central networking system that is secure.
March 16, 2017

VPLEX for HA and FO

Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
We are using VPLEX as part of a corporate-wide high availability strategy providing us with a means to achieve data center and storage failover for all of our corporate production application and files. We are running this between two data centers creating a distanced RAID and creating a more robust infrastructure and ensuring business continuity.
  • High Availability
  • Fail Over
  • Business continuity
  • Requires high bandwidth low latency connectivity between sites.
  • Cost wise it is expensive because you have to purchase with a mirror in mind.
  • Configuration can be difficult.
This works in two fold. First it creates a copy of the data in two locations, protecting the data from a SAN or a NAS failure. Second, it provides a data point in a second location that can be used as storage for a stretched virtual cluster, giving a virtual stack a means to continue operation.
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