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Video: another video on Tintri

After the video that I published last week about Tintri, I’m pleased to share this new one that I’ve recorded with Ed Lee. Ed (previously of DataDomain) is now in charge of reduplication capabilities development for Tintri’s Array. Enjoy the video! Disclaimer: I was invited at this meeting by Condor Consulting Group and they paid for travel and accommodation, I have not been compensated for my time and am not obliged to blog. Furthermore, the content is not reviewed, approved or published by any other person than the Juku’s...

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Video: A video with Kieran Harty, CEO and cofounder of Tintri

During the last ITPT I met Tintri’s Kieran Harty and I recorded a video with him. In the video he talks about Tintri and the vision that is driving the development of their products. Enjoy the video! Disclaimer: I was invited at this meeting by Condor Consulting Group and they paid for travel and accommodation, I have not been compensated for my time and am not obliged to blog. Furthermore, the content is not reviewed, approved or published by any other person than the Juku’s...

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Tintri, when the Storage and VMware worlds collides

Tintri is a new Silicon Valley storage startup with a gaelic name, Tintri literally means ‘lightning’ in gaelic and they just exited stealth mode to announce three things: A new VM-centric NFS storage with a purpose-built FS to accommodate VMs. General availability of their product called Tintri VMstore T440. A marketing machine running at full steam. Now, as a long time storage and virtualization fan, I always wondered why no one has ever come up with a real VM-centric storage, I mean, NetApp, EMC and others made a big deal out of their VMware integration points, but no other...

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