What’s the worst thing you can do with a VNX5300? The honest truth is probably to spend too much money on the system, then proceed to never use it, but instead drop it off the side of a skyscraper, run it over with a bulldozer, blow it up with dynamite, set fire to the tiny remaining pieces, and give it a proper burial by sprinkling the ashes across the ocean. That’s probably the absolute worst thing you could do with a VNX5300. However, we certainly hope you wouldn’t do that - even though we’re pretty sure it would be amazing to watch.
We asked one of our engineering experts at Reliant what he thinks are the top 5 biggest mistakes you can make with a VNX5300. He gave us a list of mistakes that include technical mistakes, all the way to mismanagement of the system itself.
Since each of these VNX5300 mistakes can seriously affect your system performance and company’s bottom line, we want to take the time to explain each one thoroughly - and how best to avoid them in the first place. We’re creating this series about the 5 worst things you can do with a VNX5300 - so you’ll have to check our Storage Blog to find out each of the 5 mistakes.
But, we don’t want to create a blog post without telling you at least one of the mistakes. What’s one of the top 5 mistakes you can make with a VNX5300 according to one of Reliant’s EMC VNX engineering experts?
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