The Tintri OpenStack solution is validated and certified with Mirantis OpenStack 6.1 and 7.0 based on OpenStack Juno and Kilo Release respectively.
The partnership and certification ensure that Mirantis OpenStack 6.1 and 7.0 are technically compatible with the Tintri OpenStack solution and that customers have a seamless experience when deploying Mirantis OpenStack with Tintri.
Tintri and Mirantis have partnered to bring the benefits of Tintri technology to customers who want to run with Mirantis OpenStack. Mirantis is the pure play OpenStack company that provides software, services, training and support for OpenStack.
“By validating the Tintri Cinder driver and VMstore with Mirantis OpenStack 6.1, our joint customers are assured that Tintri and Mirantis OpenStack work well together. The customers will partner to support them from initial deployment to scaled production environments.” –Mirantis VP Product Marketing, Kamesh Pemmaraju
OpenStack adoption is growing as customers look to accelerate innovation by leveraging the OpenStack open platform and ecosystem. Designed from the ground up for virtualization and cloud environments, Tintri offers the best storage technology for OpenStack.
Earlier this year, Tintri announced Tintri Cinder driver and OpenStack support. Tintri’s unique VM-aware storage technology enables per-VM real-time analytics, not to mention sub-millisecond latency with no noisy neighbors problems across OpenStack tenants, Cinder VMs and volumes.
With Tintri, there are no LUNs or volumes to manage, no concerns over one OpenStack tenant affecting the performance of another tenant, and no worries about scaling, which is as simple as adding more Tintri VMstores.
Choice is one of the key OpenStack tenets and Mirantis OpenStack is clearly an OpenStack technology that many customers choose for their cloud deployments. We at Tintri are excited to partner with Mirantis and enable a great experience for customers who want to take advantage of Tintri technology with Mirantis OpenStack.
Unique control with VM-level actions for infrastructure functions including snapshots, replication and QoS make protection and performance certain in production, and accelerate test and development cycles.