Development & Test
Development & Test
What if you could accelerate build and test processes 50% or more with application-aware storage for less than half the cost of a traditional SAN?
Tintri VMstore meets the storage demands of the most rigorous development environments, improving development and test productivity by eliminating storage complexity and bottlenecks. Integration with management tools such as VMware vCenter and vSphere API for Array Integration (VAAI) provide ability to quickly, efficiently provision hundreds of VMs in minutes. Tintri Automation Toolkit enables developers to gather VM-level storage statistics and automate storage commands without needing to know underlying storage infrastructure or requiring manual handoffs to the storage administration team.
Virtualization provides tremendous advantages. Software teams can self-provision resources on the fly and run build-and-test workloads efficiently by pooling infrastructure. However, virtualization can only truly have an impact if the underlying infrastructure meets the environment’s demands. Tintri VMstore can help you meet these demands.
- Enable self-provisioning without intervention: Reconfiguring or reprovisioning servers, storage or networks slows software development. Tintri simplifies storage management, enabling end-users to easily self-provision new workloads — users don’t need to worry about storage placement or configuration.
- Leverage redundancy to increase efficiency: Development and test environments often maintain many copies of similar files or machines. Tintri VMstore delivers dramatic efficiency gains with inline de-duplication, compression, and fast copy at the storage layer.
- Be responsive to development and test needs: I/O-intensive development workloads need real-world performance. Tintri automatically gives performance to VMs when they need it, supporting hundreds of active VMs on a single node.
- Integrate natively with PowerShell and PowerCLI to be able to build storage management into scripted workflows and take actions based on changes in storage performance.