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Tintri Heads to OpenStack Summit 2015

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OpenStack Summit 2015 Vancouver begins this week and Tintri will be there! Stop by Tintri booth #T28 to see storage industry’s only VM-level performance guarantee for virtualized data centers and demo our solutions for OpenStack developers.

Developers need agility—spinning up test environments and tearing them back down again. Conventional storage is simply not designed to support these use cases. Tintri defies that convention with storage built specifically for virtualized and cloud environments. Tintri operates exclusively in VMs which a non-expert can manage and developers can take total ownership of their storage footprint.

Find out the benefits of using Tintri with OpenStack natively and with VIO from our Tintri experts.  Learn more about the work we are doing in the community around Cinder, and the importance of VM-aware storage in an OpenStack cloud.

Visit Tintri booth T28 to see why our solutions Challenge the Storage Quo and enter to win a Raspberry Pi 2B!

Speaking session

OpenStack and VM-Aware Storage

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 20, 2014 5:40PM

Location: Exhibit Hall Theater

Presenter: Chuck Dubuque, Sr. Director, Product and Solutions Marketing

Building hybrid clouds with OpenStack requires storage for running instances that meets the needs of the applications in terms of performance, manageability, and troubleshooting.  Traditional enterprise storage arrays still use outdated architectures such as LUNs, volumes, and simple mount point to provide storage for running VMs, and software defined storage provides challenges with suitability for legacy applications and the overhead of maintaining a primary storage solution. Tintri storage solves these problems with storage designed from the ground up for running virtual machines for cloud environments. We will discuss the benefits of using Tintri with OpenStack natively and with VIO, the work we are doing in the community around Cinder, and the importance of VM-aware storage in an OpenStack cloud.

Chuck Dubuque's Headshot

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