With VMworld on the horizon, it’s that time of year when you get to determine what makes the agenda. This year, Tintri and friends have submitted 28 proposals for sessions. They span a spectrum—from cloud thought leadership to deep technical dives.
You can see the full list of Tintri sessions by clicking this one link. Vote for the ones that pique your interest by following these simple steps:
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Vote for a session by clicking on the star icon so it turns yellow.
Just in case you need help narrowing down the list, I’ve picked my three favorite sessions. Yes, it’s like picking a favorite child (politically incorrect and emotionally scarring), but I’m doing it anyway. I’ve got the inside track on the presenters and the content, and so I can tell you with certainty, these are three sessions you want to see. So, click through and vote!
#8281. 3 Cloud Service Providers Differentiate with Services at Exceptional Efficiency
Panel Discussion | Cloud Infrastructure
Meet executives from three of the fastest growing cloud service providers on the planet and learn what they’re doing right
Dan Timko (President & CTO, Cirrity)
Jefferey Wilhelm (CTO, Envision Technology Advisors)
Eric Hester (VP of Engineering and Operations, Green Cloud Technologies)
Lei Yang (Senior Product & Solutions Marketing Manager, Tintri)
Join an executive panel with three of the fastest growing cloud service providers (CSPs), sharing their unique stories. Cirrity, Envision Technology Advisors, and Green Cloud are empowered with the perfect CSP enabler: Tintri VM-aware storage. Learn how CSPs can balance capacity, performance and cost while differentiating with desktop, DR and infrastructure-as-a-service offerings. In this interactive discussion, get tips on leveraging all-flash storage and quality of service (QoS) to grow your business with a smaller footprint and in less time. In a competitive market like Cloud services, the bottom line is to differentiate and to scale with exceptional efficiency.
#8398. 300% Backup Performance Gain with Direct NFS Access
Technical Session | Software-Defined Storage and Business Continuity
If your data backup needs a performance boost, this session is the secret sauce (p.s. it’s better than thousand island dressing)
Rick Vanover (Senior Product Strategy Manager, Veeam Software)
Bill Roth (Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Tintri)
Gain up to 300% or more in backup performance with Direct NFS Access over other transport modes, while reducing impact from backups on VMware vSphere hosts. In this session learn about new support for network file system (NFS) datastore protection introduced with Veeam Backup & Replication version 9. The solution is applicable to any NFS-based primary storage. Tintri VMstore is used to demonstrate how VM data bypasses ESXi hosts, and the Veeam proxy native NFS client is used for both backups and restores. See how easy it is to implement this integration with VMware vSphere Storage APIs - Data Protection.
#8261. Case Study: Speed your DevOps with Automated VM Replicate and Sync
Technical Session | General Developer Operations
It's a dream scenario come true: spin up and tear down thousands of VMs in seconds.
How do you prevent dev/test teams from using stale or restricted datasets to deliver a subpar product? How do you ensure that what works in dev environments will continue to work in test and production environments? Derivco made technologies like snapshots, reverts and quick refreshes second nature for users while handing data growth. It also established an optional refresh every 2 weeks or less in which 75 percent of all the environments were torn down and replaced by updated copies. In this session, we’ll discuss how Dervico handles thousands of VMs on hourly/daily basis and enables speed and agility by leveraging VM-aware storage with automated VM replicate and sync for its VMware environment.
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.