We performed a comparison between HPE StoreVirtual and IBM Spectrum Scale based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Nutanix, StarWind, DataCore and others in Software Defined Storage (SDS).
"A company can scale it easily."
"We are using it for monitoring all of our storage."
HPE StoreVirtual storage ensures that organisations can optimise the benefits of server virtualisation with cost-effective high availability and disaster recovery. The iSCSI-based, scale-out storage platform is easy to manage and change – meeting ongoing business demands without creating IT bottlenecks or application downtime. Overcoming the cost and management limitations of traditional storage area networks (SANs), HPE StoreVirtual nodes use storage clustering to form a single pool of resources that enable organisations to buy only what they need today, scaling non-disruptively to meet requirements in the future.
HPE StoreVirtual is ranked 12th in Software Defined Storage (SDS) with 1 review while IBM Spectrum Scale is ranked 15th in Software Defined Storage (SDS) with 1 review. HPE StoreVirtual is rated 8.0, while IBM Spectrum Scale is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of HPE StoreVirtual writes "Reliable with helpful support and good replication". On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Spectrum Scale writes "Monitors all of our storage but lacks integration with other vendors". HPE StoreVirtual is most compared with VMware vSAN, HPE SimpliVity, Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct, Red Hat Ceph Storage and Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series, whereas IBM Spectrum Scale is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, VMware vSAN, IBM Cloud Object Storage, NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP and StarWind Virtual Tape Library.
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