NetApp FAS series Reviews

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Score 6 out of 10
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Two NetApp FAS series are being used as CIFS servers. They serve all the department's folders for the whole organization. So, we replaced our typical Windows servers with a NetApp solution. Why? Basically, for two main reasons. First, for security purposes. We make volumes snapshots every hour. In the case of a ransomware infection, we resolve the incident by managing snapshots. The second reason we switched was so fileservers don't have a typical NetBIOS name. We use NetApp for our CIFS servers in conjunction with Active Directory DFS so folders and files have no dependencies of a fileserver name. This is great.
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Score 5 out of 10
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We use a NetApp FAS3210 in our main office and a FAS2240 offsite in our colo. The FAS3210 is our primary storage for all of our VMWare environment, which includes 9 VMWare hosts and over 220 virtual servers. The FAS2240 in the colo is used for a handful of production VMWare machines, as well as the storage of some offsite backup from our executive office.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We have one NetApp FAS2200 device that houses the entire backend of our virtual server network behind two Dell PowerEdge R front end servers. This device houses all of the virtual server files for all of the organization's virtual server infrastructure. This one device -- containing an array of hard drives -- pumps out enough speed and bandwidth to run about 12+ servers at the same time.
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Score 8 out of 10
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It is being used for the IT department or across the whole organization. It solves our IT Infrastructure growth issue. We are a small NetApp customer that uses mostly features such as Snapmirror and SnapStore primary of NetApp product portfolio. We have approximately 2 NetApp FAS in use today ranging from DR configurations all the way to small corporate data center installations. We are a long term customer with over 5 years of experience with NetApp in production and development at our company.

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Score 8 out of 10
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We are a large NetApp customer that uses the full NetApp product portfolio. We have approximately 20PB of NetApp FAS in use today ranging from very small remote office configurations all the way to large corporate data center installations. We are a long term customer with over 8 years of experience with NetApp in production at our company.
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About NetApp FAS series

NetApp's FAS series systems offers a storage array system for enterprises.

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