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FCW : October 2016
Don’t Let Outdated Storage Hold You Back Federal agencies continue to rely on virtual environments on an increasingly widespread basis. While virtualized infrastructures have many performance and cost benefits, existing legacy storage can reduce some of those benefits. Agencies need storage designed to handle virtual workloads; storage that provides the requisite flexibility and performance. Tintri takes a unique approach to storage architecture to support virtualized environments. The Tintri platform provisions and manages resources at the virtual machine level, which provides direct access to all-flash storage arrays. This approach provides many benefits, including: • Simplified management tasks: Performance specifications are automated to expedite management tasks. • Increased performance for each virtual machine: Each virtual machine has clear access to all-flash storage array. • No storage configuration: This ensures expedited scale-out and deployment. • Optimized resources: Every virtual machine resource requirements and workloads are automatically managed and monitored. • Full visibility: Network visibility down to the virtual machine level helps quickly identify and resolve problems. • Expedited deployment: Quickly manage, snapshot, replicate and analyze individual virtual machines.
September 30, 2016
November and December 2016