2020-10-19T09:33:38Z

What needs improvement with IBM Spectrum Virtualize?

Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
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ZvonimirFrlan - PeerSpot reviewer
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2023-07-05T14:43:12Z
Jul 5, 2023

The solution could have a better built-in performance monitor. I use a different product for performance monitoring.

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Nicolae Chirea - PeerSpot reviewer
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2022-09-19T09:43:41Z
Sep 19, 2022

I would like to see three-side support. When we do the replication, there is currently two-side support. That is okay. But the three-side version is very new. I would improve the configuration and interface. Enhance baseline replication and add more integration with the operating system between Vmware and IBMI.

PK
Real User
2021-05-29T12:23:36Z
May 29, 2021

When comparing this solution to others it is running 1.5 but should be on a 2.0 and the difficulty is a little higher to operate at first which could be improved. The only errors I find sometimes is the solution tells me I cannot operate it because a service has turned off, you can just go back to the VM, go to services, and turn back the services. However, this should improve.

MD
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2021-04-01T09:28:00Z
Apr 1, 2021

It is limited in terms of a single system to eight nodes or four, what they call IO groups. However, this is still 32 petabytes worth of capacity, so it is substantial. In theory, you could have tens of thousands of volumes, so it can be considered a limitation.

JJ
Real User
2020-10-19T09:33:38Z
Oct 19, 2020

I hate I/O groups. If you start swapping I/O groups, they can be potentially risky. If they could get rid of the whole I/O group principle, the risk is not there anymore. I understand the fundamental thing about I/O groups, but they are risky.

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