Tintri challenges the storage quo with a system built specifically for virtualized and cloud environments. Tintri eliminates LUNs and volumes—the markers of out-of-date, physical storage—instead using individual virtual machines as the unit of management. With those opaque containers gone, organizations like AMD, Department of Defense, Time Warner and 5 of the Fortune 15 have total visibility into their storage. They can manage it in 1/60th the time, improve performance 6x, and enjoy 10x the VM density. Tintri is smart storage to realize your virtualization vision.
You’ve heard about noisy neighbors hurting storage performance, but how about noisy neighborhoods? In this example, see how VMs on one array steal shared network bandwidth from VMs on a separate array—the power of VM-level visibility to troubleshoot problems that span your pool. via Tintri Bookmark Video
Adding more developers, or ramping up a software development cycle? Watch how easy it is to scale-out your storage footprint by adding more capacity and performance. Tintri automatically recommends the optimal placement for every virtual machine. via Tintri Bookmark Video
Turn your IT team into an internal service provider with visibility across a multi-cloud environment. With Tintri and CloudBolt working in tandem, you can enable self-service and maintain centralized control. To learn more about CloudBolt, visit www.cloudbolt.io. via Tintri Bookmark Video
Legacy (clunky cloud) storage plugins are saddled by architectures that depend on LUNs and volumes—which limits their ability to add value. Whereas Tintri plugins work at the VM or container level to enable continuous application development. via Tintri Bookmark Video
How will changes to your applications impact available resources? Will adding another 10 server VMs stretch your performance too far? Tintri what-if planning uses actual data about your applications’ historical behavior to project the impact of changes up to 18 months into the future. via Tintri Bookmark Video
You’ve got to deploy some new Developer VMs … can you support that with your existing capacity or will you need more? Tintri Analytics answers that question in seconds with simple scenario modeling. Now onboard those VMs and apply data protection policies to a group of new VMs. via Tintri Bookmark Video