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We performed a comparison between Dell CloudIQ and HPE OneView based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

Find out in this report how the two IT Infrastructure Monitoring solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
To learn more, read our detailed Dell CloudIQ vs. HPE OneView Report (Updated: March 2024).
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Pros
"Fewer vulnerabilities have been observed in the four years we have used the solution.""The best thing about this solution is that you can check for the infrastructure and system updates that you might need to be compliant with the Cloud.""Mobile application is the most valuable feature for us. We can monitor all the storages on our phones. It's really good.""The tool for forecasting capacity is valuable.""Has really nice roll-up dashboards."

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"The solution's initial setup process was easy...The technical support is good...It is a stable product, and we will use it for a long time.""​It is very stable. We have had no downtime nor issues in approximately a year. ​""The OneView Global Dashboard is very user-friendly and it can be used for monitoring the power consumption and temperature of the data center and racks.""The most valuable features are the composable structure, infrastructure, and automation.""The template management makes the deployment of the firmware updates much faster.""We have the dashboard up on a big screen, and you can actually see when things go wrong or if there are any faults with any of the servers. The backup is automated as well, so the appliance is quite good.​""We lose less time managing the machines.""OneView provides a single console, which is manageable without physical access."

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Cons
"PowerScale is the only file system offered and that is limiting.""In terms of improvement, they should enhance the product range.""The reporting capabilities of this solution could be improved.""Doesn't do well in terms of integrating with technologies other than Dell.""Supporting legacy systems is an area that can be improved."

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"It would be better if we can add every HPE device to OneView, such as MSA, as well as the other servers like the DL server and ML server.""I had some minor difficulties with upgrading, but the solution still works fine.""We've had a few issues. We just upgraded to the 3.9.0 version. We think that now that we are on that version, hopefully a lot of those things are going to go away for us.""Specifically, it would be great if we had the ability to reapply the server profile faster.""The speed and performance of the solution are areas where the product lacks and needs improvement.""I would like to see support for things that aren't in the current generation. We have a lot of 7th and 8th generation hardware.""It's a little slow sometimes. Overall, I think it does what it's supposed to do. I think that as they evolve it, it'll get quicker.""​There was a feature called HPE cloud manager, but now it is owned by Micro Focus. HPE should make a cloud optimizer again."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "The solution is more expensive than NetApp which offers file systems in various price ranges."
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  • "HPE had some other solutions, but they were actually quite expensive to buy. So, when OneView came along, it was kind of reasonable in terms of price for licenses, etc."
  • "​Use it. It is free."
  • "​I am happy with the price."
  • "HPE could lower the price."
  • "I think that the price of OneView is $500 USD per server, which is a little high."
  • "The solution is free to use, but if you want the management aspect you require a virtual machine such as C7000 or Synergy which require licenses."
  • "Synergy does not require iLO licenses but servers and enclosures must be purchased."
  • "This license cost for OneView was $3,000 USD."
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    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:Fewer vulnerabilities have been observed in the four years we have used the solution.
    Top Answer:I observed that legacy systems are not supported. For example, the latest Dell EMC Unity series storage is supported, and the pioneer storage of Dell EMC, VNX unfortunately, is not supported on Dell… more »
    Top Answer:Dell EMC's storage came with a proprietary solution. I deployed it in-house with Dell CloudIQ and integrated it with the EMC ESRS. Through that, we indirectly reached the cloud solution of IQ. We use… more »
    Top Answer:The most valuable features of HPE OneView are environment monitoring, the ease of firmware upgrade, and the ability to manage all the servers and the infrastructure from one team.
    Top Answer:HPE OneView should be able to cover more device models apart from ProLiant and Synergy. It would be good if we could incorporate HPE OneView into GreenLake. Instead of having everything go to HPE… more »
    Top Answer:HPE OneView is a management interface to manage hardware in a VMware environment. It is used for managing different servers and pushing out the firmware and operating software. I use HPE OneView for… more »
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    Overview

    CloudIQ is a no cost Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering that provides a simple monitoring interface for an unlimited number of Unity systems. CloudIQ accesses data in near real time to enable monitoring and troubleshooting for Unity systems.

    HPE OneView is your infrastructure automation engine to simplify operations, increasing the speed of IT delivery for new applications and services. Through software defined intelligence, HPE OneView brings a new level of automation to infrastructure management by taking a template driven approach to provisioning, updating, and integrating compute, storage, and networking infrastructure. Designed with a modern, standard-based API and supported by a large and growing partner ecosystem, HPE OneView also makes it easy to integrate powerful infrastructure automation into existing IT tools and processes. Take command with HPE OneView to deploy infrastructure faster, simplify operations and increase productivity.

    HPE OneView innovations provide you the industry’s best infrastructure management experience, simplifying operations for HPE BladeSystem, HPE ProLiant servers, 3PAR storage, HPE Networking and HPE ConvergedSystems.

    Sample Customers
    North Carolina State University
    Asante, ITS Nordics, Columbus Communications, Mansfield Oil
    Top Industries
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company15%
    Manufacturing Company13%
    Financial Services Firm11%
    Legal Firm6%
    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm23%
    Healthcare Company16%
    Retailer14%
    Insurance Company9%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company18%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Manufacturing Company9%
    Healthcare Company6%
    Company Size
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business20%
    Midsize Enterprise12%
    Large Enterprise68%
    REVIEWERS
    Small Business25%
    Midsize Enterprise17%
    Large Enterprise58%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business20%
    Midsize Enterprise12%
    Large Enterprise67%
    Buyer's Guide
    Dell CloudIQ vs. HPE OneView
    March 2024
    Find out what your peers are saying about Dell CloudIQ vs. HPE OneView and other solutions. Updated: March 2024.
    767,667 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    Dell CloudIQ is ranked 41st in IT Infrastructure Monitoring with 5 reviews while HPE OneView is ranked 17th in IT Infrastructure Monitoring with 80 reviews. Dell CloudIQ is rated 7.8, while HPE OneView is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Dell CloudIQ writes "Easily visualize your environment's performance and forecast its capacity". On the other hand, the top reviewer of HPE OneView writes "Provides firmware compliance and the ability to connect to iPO". Dell CloudIQ is most compared with Cisco Intersight, Moogsoft, Lenovo XClarity Orchestrator, NetApp Cloud Insights and Zabbix, whereas HPE OneView is most compared with Cisco Intersight, Zabbix, SolarWinds NPM, Lenovo XClarity Orchestrator and ServiceNow IT Operations Management. See our Dell CloudIQ vs. HPE OneView report.

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