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2019-07-29T10:12:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What do you like most about Lenovo ThinkSystem DE Series?

Hi Everyone,

What do you like most about Lenovo ThinkSystem DE Series?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!

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Solutions Developer at Next Dimension Inc.
MSP
Top 10
2020-10-06T06:57:39Z
06 October 20

Fewer features is not necessarily a negative as it leads to simpler operation and lower price.

Peter Muchiri - PeerSpot reviewer
System Engineer at TBM
Real User
2019-09-27T04:38:00Z
27 September 19

The solution is very easy to troubleshoot. It's one of the most valuable features. It also doesn't take long to deploy and normally it comes with a three-year warranty.

Sameh Moamen - PeerSpot reviewer
Infrastructure Manager at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
2019-07-29T10:12:00Z
29 July 19

This solution is good for virtualization and meets the need for CPU and RAM requirements.

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Hi, We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information. Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
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We all know that it's important to conduct a trial and/or proof-of-concept as part of the buying process. Do you have any advice for the community about the best way to conduct a trial or POC? How do you conduct a trial effectively? Are there any mistakes to avoid?
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it_user70797 - PeerSpot reviewer
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The best advice I can offer is to clearly define the business objectives for the POC. Just trialing AFA without a specific goal is the mistake to avoid. For instance if you required workload (if known) is 50,000 IOPS and 1MS response time for 1000 concurrent users... it is not very meaningful to evaluate systems that provide 2million IOPS and 0.5MS response time. If you can run real workload and inject predictable load would be great.
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The best way is to determine the following - 1. What will the AFA be used for - workload type, application, etc. 2. What is the workload required as noted previously as evaluating a rocket ship over a car is a big difference in pricing, IOPS, etc. 3. Test multiple vendors - as many as possible that offer the solution required for the PoC as it will help with pricing in the end. 4. Test, test, test - ensure to put the AFA solution through its paces when testing so you can ensure the one you purchase is the one you need. There are many vendors in the AFA space and not all are equal. Be sure to research while conducting testing.
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