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Making Our Way to Red Hat Summit 2015

Next week, Tintri, a Silver Sponsor, will be at Red Hat Summit 2015 (June 23 -26) in Boston, Massachusetts. Come to Booth #312 to learn how you can manage everything at the VM-level. Our experts will be on hand to show you how you can scale your storage footprint without adding complexity.

Learn how Tintri storage solutions integrate with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization  (RHEV) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. Stop by the Tintri booth at Booth #312 and get a demo from our experts. You can enter to win a Raspberry Pi 2!

Check out our speaking session too, if you're interested in winning more stuff:

Session: “Manage your virtualized applications and troubleshoot resource utilization in minutes."Dominic Cheah

Speaker: Dominic Cheah, Technical Marketing Engineer, Tintri

Abstract: Tintri challenges the storage quo with a storage system built for virtualization and cloud environments. Tintri puts an end to LUNs and volumes—the markers of out-of-date, physical storage—to remove the guesswork from storage. We let you manage only what matters in a virtualized data center: individual virtual machines. With opaque LUN containers gone, organizations like The United States Department of Defense, Time Warner and 6 of the Fortune 15 have total visibility into their storage. They can manage their applications and servers in 1/60th the time, improve performance 6x, and enjoy 10x the VM density.

In this session, see a demo of Tintri VMstore storage deploy virtual machines and deliver all flash performance with VM-level quality of service. We’ll show you how to troubleshoot latency issues in seconds and give you the confidence to manage VDI, Development and Test, plus Application servers (even across hypervisors) on a single Tintri VMstore. 

Date: Tuesday, May 5th

Time: 01:00 pm

Location: Partner Pavillion Theater

Attend this speaking session at the Partner Pavillion Theater and enter the raffle to win a Dromida Omnius UAV Quadcopter! We will see you next week at Red Hat Summit 2015.

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