We performed a comparison between FlexPod and Oracle Private Cloud Appliance based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about FlexPod, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and others in Converged Infrastructure.
The FlexPod platform, developed by NetApp and Cisco, is a flexible, converged infrastructure solution that delivers prevalidated storage, networking, and server technologies. It’s designed to increase IT responsiveness to business demands while reducing your overall cost of computing. Think maximum uptime, minimal risk.
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, is an integrated infrastructure system engineered to enable rapid deployment of converged compute, network, and storage technologies for hosting applications or workloads on a guest OS. It is a data center-class system that provides incremental and scalable performance optimized for consolidation of mixed workloads.
FlexPod is ranked 1st in Converged Infrastructure with 13 reviews while Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is ranked 7th in Converged Infrastructure. FlexPod is rated 8.8, while Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of FlexPod writes "Integrates everything so you are using fewer tools". On the other hand, FlexPod is most compared with Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series, VxRail, Dell PowerEdge VRTX and Dell VxBlock System, whereas Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is most compared with HPE ConvergedSystem, Dell VxBlock System, Oracle SuperCluster and Rackspace OpenStack.
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