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Massively Scalable, Intrinsically Simple: Tintri's Low TCO For The Virtualizd Data Center - Tintri Field Report Executive Summary - October 2014
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Field Report validates our impressive lab findings with feedback from the field: six customers who have Tintri storage in production environments. While each customer has a unique own story to tell, we found that everyone documented a compelling value proposition based on TCO factors. Throughout our research we found that Tintri’s approach provides significantly lower TCO than traditional storage solutions. Here is a quick review of some of the most significant items in light of what we’ve just heard.
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Massively Scalable, Intrinsically Simple: Tintri's Low TCO For The Virtualizd Data Center - Tintri Field Report Executive Summary - October 2014
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Field Report validates our impressive lab findings with feedback from the field: six customers who have Tintri storage in production environments. While each customer has a unique own story to tell, we found that everyone documented a compelling value proposition based on TCO factors. Throughout our research we found that Tintri’s approach provides significantly lower TCO than traditional storage solutions. Here is a quick review of some of the most significant items in light of what we’ve just heard.
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Massively scalable, intrinsically simple: Tintri's Low TCO For The Virtualizd Data Center - Tintri Field Report
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
Fast-growing virtualized environments present a thorny storage challenge to IT. Whether mission-critical applications with demanding SLAs, VDI rollouts with boot storms, or deploying a private cloud for large dev & test environments: delivering virtualized environments and cloud deployments using traditional storage can stall or break a virtualization project. This Field Report validates our impressive lab findings with feedback from the field: six customers who have Tintri storage in production environments.
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Application-Aware Storage for Virtual Environments
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
The main benefit of an application-aware storage model is that it allows the storage for each individual application to be managed and optimized independently, regardless of what other workloads and applications are present. Storage system features like high performance, balanced scalability, data reduction, and an application-aware management paradigm are critical to the efficient use of storage resources.
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Tintri Deployment and Best Practices Guide for VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™ 5.8
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Best Practices Guide for running VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™ (SRM) on Tintri VMstore™ systems is intended to assist Data Protection and Disaster Recovery (DR) Administrators, IT Administrators and Architects who are responsible for deploying and managing DR strategies within their virtual infrastructures powered by Tintri VMstore storage appliances. This guide focuses specifically on SRM 5.8 – and therefore all instructions and screenshots focus on the vSphere Web Client – although the Tintri Storage Replication Adapter (SRA) supports SRM 5.5 as well.
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Backup and recovery best practices with Symantec NetBackup and Tintri Vmstore
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Tintri Best Practices Guide for Backup and Recovery will assist individuals who are responsible for the design, deployment, and DR of Tintri VMstore™ Systems. This document will discuss best practices for deploying Symantec NetBackup for data protection leveraging vStorage APIs for Data Protection (VADP) for backups. It also discusses the use of Tintri’s SnapVM™, CloneVM™ and ReplicateVM™ features to complement data protection of virtual machines and critical applications hosted on Tintri’s VMstores with Symantec NetBackup.
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View Composer API for Array Integration (VCAI) from VMware on Tintri VMstore Platform
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
The View component of VMware Horizon™ 6 brings the agility of cloud computing to the desktop and revolutionizes desktops into highly available and agile services delivered from your cloud. It enables higher levels of availability, scalability and reliability for virtual desktops. VCAI leverages storage arrays’ native cloning abilities to offload storage operations within a VMware View environment. As a result, VCAI improves provisioning speeds and provides integrated management in View Composer for customers wanting to leverage advanced storage capabilities, such as per-VM snapshots and clones, offered by Tintri VMstore systems.
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SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups (AAG) on Tintri
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Best Practices Guide for running SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups on Tintri VMstoreTM systems is intended to assist SQL DBAs, IT Administrators and Architects who are responsible for deploying and managing clustered Microsoft SQL Database servers within their virtual infrastructures powered by Tintri VMstore storage appliances.
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Deploying Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization on Tintri VMstore Systems best practices guide
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
This Best Practices Guide for deploying Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) on Tintri VMstore systems will assist individuals who are responsible for the design and deployment of Tintri VMstore systems for running RHEV environments. This document will discuss configuration of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager (RHEV-M) and configuring host servers in a RHEV cluster, using Tintri per-VM features to deploy, configure and manage data protection of virtual machines (VMs) hosted on Tintri VMstores.
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Tintri FlashFirst design: storage intelligence for virtualized environments
By Tintri | 9/1/2015
Built on the industry's first and leading application-aware storage architecture, Tintri Vmstore delivers performance for thousands of VMs with sub-millisecond latencies using a patented hybrid flash and disk storage architecture. This technical paper discusses how Tintri FlashFirst Design including VM-level QoS works and how it makes virtualization simple, predictable, and efficient.
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