Vendor Landscape: Mid-Range Storage

  • ID: 4458884
  • Report
  • 49 Pages
  • Info-Tech Research Group
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The Storage Market is Changing - Your Storage and Data Needs Might Be Too

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Dell Technologies
  • HDS
  • HPE
  • IBM
  • NetApp
  • Nimble Storage
  • MORE

Storage is the backbone of your IT infrastructure. Make sure yours is capable of supporting your organization’s evolving needs.

This research is designed for:

  • Enterprises seeking to select a solution for mid-range disk-based, hybrid storage, and all-flash arrays
  • Enterprises with storage use cases that include data analytics and hyperconverged infrastructure alternatives

This research will help you:

  • Understand what’s new in the mid-range storage market.
  • Evaluate mid-range vendors and products for your enterprise needs.
  • Determine which products are most appropriate for particular use cases and scenarios.

Included in this Vendor Landscape:

  • Dell Technologies. A combined entity made up of Dell and EMC, Dell Technologies is the market share leader of the enterprise storage space.
  • HDS. HDS has built a significant market share by delivering higher end storage solutions to those looking for robust storage virtualization.
  • HPE. A consistent leader in the storage space, HPE offers enterprise solutions suitable to a variety of use cases.
  • IBM. With a long history in the enterprise storage space and a consistent presence amongst the leaders, IBM continues to deliver tried and true storage solutions from a reliable and experienced vendor.
  • NetApp. The acquisition of SolidFire propels NetApp’s presence in the rapidly growing flash storage market.
  • Nimble Storage. Nimble was one of the first to leverage flash in hybrid arrays and now enters the all-flash market.
  • Pure Storage. A pure-play flash vendor, Pure Storage was a pioneer in delivering enterprise all-flash arrays.
  • Tegile. A relatively young vendor in the space, Tegile has gained market share in the small to medium enterprise markets by delivering intelligent solutions at competitive costs.
  • Tintri. A pioneer in VM-centric storage, Tintri offers attractive solutions for highly virtualized environments.

The Vendor Landscape also includes action-oriented tools and templates to allow you to make a decision best for your organization.  Tools and templates include:

  • Mid-Range Storage Vendor Shortlist Tool (xlsx)
  • Mid-Range Storage RFP Template (doc.)
  • Mid-Range Storage Reseller Interrogation Script (doc.)

 

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Dell Technologies
  • HDS
  • HPE
  • IBM
  • NetApp
  • Nimble Storage
  • MORE

9 competitors in the mid-range storage market were evaluated, including the following notable performers:

Champions:

  • Dell Technologies, which recently acquired EMC, delivers market-leading vendor capabilities and a variety of storage platforms suitable for all enterprise use cases.
  • HPE, a consistent leader in the storage space, has made 3PAR an industry favorite across a variety of use cases.
  • NetApp, with a proven track record in the enterprise unified storage space, now has SolidFire leading the way in a market going toward flash.
  • HDS, with a long standing presence in the storage space, delivers a feature-rich storage solution for those with highly virtualized environments.

Trend Setter Award:

  • Pure Storage, one of the first vendors to market all-flash storage arrays, anticipated the direction of the market years ahead of its competitors.
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  • Dell Technologies
  • HDS
  • HPE
  • IBM
  • NetApp
  • Nimble Storage
  • Pure Storage
  • Tegile
  • Tintri
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