We performed a comparison between Dell DataIQ and IBM SAN Volume Control based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Storage Management solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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DataIQ, an unstructured dataset management and insights software, empowers organizations to identify, classify and move data between heterogeneous storage systems and the cloud. With a unified file system view of Isilon, ECS, third-party platforms and the cloud, DataIQ delivers unique insights into data usage and storage capacity, while providing content owners with self-service capabilities to move data on demand.
Built with IBM Spectrum Virtualize software—part of the IBM Spectrum Storage family—IBM SAN Volume Controller (SVC) is an enterprise-class storage system that helps organizations achieve better data economics by supporting the new large scale workloads that are critical to success. SVC systems can handle the massive volumes of data from mobile and social applications and enable flexible hybrid multicloud deployments and deliver the performance and scalability needed to gain insights from the latest analytics technologies.
Dell DataIQ is ranked 7th in Storage Management while IBM SAN Volume Control is ranked 6th in Storage Management with 4 reviews. Dell DataIQ is rated 0.0, while IBM SAN Volume Control is rated 9.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM SAN Volume Control writes "Gives full, easy control over migration and management". Dell DataIQ is most compared with IBM Spectrum Discover and Dell Storage Resource Manager, whereas IBM SAN Volume Control is most compared with Dell Storage Resource Manager and Huawei OceanStor DJ.
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