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Few weeks back there was a comment posted on Reddit by a Tintri customer regarding Tintri, Hyper-V and Veeam. https://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/41uje6/tintri_veeam_hyperv_scvmm_and_woe/ The comment went something like this – For all the love they…
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With the announcement of Tintri Analytics, we delivered on our vision: providing comprehensive, application-centric real-time analytics (using fully integrated on-prem and cloud-based solutions) that provide predictive, actionable insights based on…
With the announcement of Tintri Analytics, we delivered on our vision: providing comprehensive, application-centric real-time analytics (using fully integrated on-prem and cloud-based solutions) th...
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Watch Out: This Isn't a Contention-Based Model - Tintri desi­­­­­­gns its arrays from the ground up for virtualization and flash. Plus, the units of management and IO allocation on Tintri arrays are per-VM, so Tintri’s architecture doesn’t let a single workload crowd out others. But this design makes testing harder, because the system is designed to allocate IO fairly to workloads, rather than letting one workload take over and impact others.
Tintri designs its arrays from the ground up for virtualization and flash. Plus, the units of management and IO allocation on Tintri arrays are per-VM, so Tintri's architecture doesn't let a single workload crowd out others. But this design makes testing harder, because the system is designed to ...
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Scheduling SyncVM Data Refreshes with Tintri Automation Toolkit
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Tintri State of Storage Survey Reveals Biggest Pain Points; Finds Buying Criteria Mismatched from Today’s Storage Needs http://ow.ly/2ZnIec
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., – June 2, 2015 —Tintri Inc., a leading producer of VM-aware storage (VAS) for virtualization and cloud environments, today released its 2015 State of Storage study that captures the pain points and priorities of over 1,000 data center professionals.
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Excellent demo on the Data Synchronization and Time Travel functionality from Tintri
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Yesterday, NetApp announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Solidfire for $875M in an all cash transition. Having spent more than 7 years at NetApp, I thought, I would provide my perspective on the deal . As we all know…
Yesterday, NetApp announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Solidfire for $875M in an all cash transition. Having spent more than 7 years at NetApp, I thought, I would...
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Today, Tintri announced the Tintri VMstore T5000 All-Flash series—the world’s first all-flash storage system that lets you work at the VM level—leading a launch that includes Tintri OS 4.0, Tintri Global Center 2.1 and VMstack, Tintri’s partner-led…
Today, Tintri announced the Tintri VMstore T5000 All-Flash series—the world’s first all-flash storage system that lets you work at the VM level—leading a launch that includes Tintri OS 4.0, Tintri ...
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Play Storage Tintris at VMworld 2015 - One of the pains we hear from storage admins is that in working with LUNs and volumes they feel like they are constantly playing Storage Tetris. They’re moving cumbersome shapes around to make everything fit. And it's pretty frustrating when their storage just doesn't want to cooperate.
One of the pains we hear from storage admins is that in working with LUNs and volumes they feel like they are constantly playing Storage Tetris. They're moving cumbersome shapes around to make everything fit. And it's pretty frustrating when their storage just doesn't want to cooperate.
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The all-flash space has been abuzz lately with a slew of vendors announcing new developments: Solidfire announced new nodes, a software-only implementation (which oddly comes without complete hardware freedom) and a new program around its Flash Forward…
The all-flash space has been abuzz lately with a slew of vendors announcing new developments: Solidfire announced new nodes, a software-only implementation (which oddly comes without complete hardw...
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The best storage for virtualized environments - purpose built for VMs. VMware, RHEV, Hyper-V and now Openstack
 
Tintri Announces Support for OpenStack and Previews OpenStack Roadmap at OpenStack Summit 2015 http://ow.ly/2YLxzR
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., – May 18, 2015 — Tintri Inc., a leading producer of smart storage for virtualization and cloud environments, and corporate sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation, today announced support for OpenStack environments on Tintri’s VMstore storage platform. Tintri will exhibit at the OpenStack Summit May 18-22 in Vancouver, British Columbia, and will show its Tintri VMstore storage working in OpenStack environments. Tintri and OpenS...
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Normalized IOPs – Completing the Chargeback/Showback Story

A few weeks back, I wrote a series of blog posts (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) on how Tintri simplifies chargeback/showback for service providers (SPs). With the release of manual quality of service (QoS) per virtual machine (VM) and the introduction of…
A few weeks back, I wrote a series of blog posts (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) on how Tintri simplifies chargeback/showback for service providers (SPs). With the release of manual quality of service (Qo...
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