A new post about Tintri, again. But this is a news that I can’t ignore: its all-flash array line T5000 today has a new born. A little brother, T5040, up to 18TB and 1,500 VMs in a 2U box.
More over, a new version of Tintri OS 4.1 supporting Xenserver hypervisor, among other new features.
Last, “Tintri Analytics”: a predictive system at VM and application level.
This new all-flash array at a street price of 125k$ opens this technology to more companies with lower budgets, and aimed to serve all the applications requiring heavy workloads like large persistent databases or persistent VDIs.
The raw capacity is 5,76TB made by 24x240GB SSDs driven by a dual-controller.
At the moment Tintri can offer 3 All-Flash array models (T5000 series) and 3 Hybrid models (T800 models).
This new born device will be managed by the new OS 4.1, announced on December, in a webinar, from his co-founder and CTO Kieran Harty. The most important feature is the support of another hypervisor: Xenserver, but even the File-level Restore, Shared Snapshot Deletion, Openstack/Cinder and more.
Tintri Analytics go deep inside customer’s VMs and applications to shape the future needs in terms of space and performances – it will integrate the already complete Analytics. And you won’t run out of space since the analytics will predict you when and what to buy.
Another like-to-be success for the Californian Company.