Europe’s First Cloud Service Provider Migrates Three Different Hypervisor Platforms to Tintri’s VM-Aware Storage
“Thanks to Tintri's smart storage solution, we get detailed real-time information on individual VMs. This insight puts Tintri far ahead of traditional storage solutions.”
- Jeroen Gerritsen, Managing Director, Hosted.nl
Hosted.nl, located in Zevenaar, The Netherlands, is a fast growing cloud provider that offers managed services, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) to numerous businesses and individuals in Europe. The cloud provider’s goal is to increase its customers’ online success by supplying and supporting them with professionalism, extensive industry knowledge, and innovative products.
“Each of our platforms is different, just like every customer is different,” explained Jeroen Gerritsen, Managing Director of Hosted.nl. “To cater to our customer’s needs and exceed their expectations, we needed a very flexible solution. We have found this flexibility with the Tintri storage systems.”
Hosted.nl is Europe’s first provider to integrate the Tintri systems into three different hypervisor platforms to meet any customer’s unique business needs. The hypervisor platforms are used for the following services:
- Desktop as a Service hosted on Hyper-V
- VMware Resource pools
- Citrix XenServer virtualization
“Thanks to Tintri’s smart storage solution, we can get detailed realtime information on individual VMs. This insight puts Tintri far ahead of traditional storage solutions.”
3 big wins
“As a result of the implementation of Tintri, our consultants are spending far less time on support and maintenance, due to the extensive monitoring and analysis tool, Tintri Global Center.”
“Tintri Global Center makes it possible for us to easily see the state of our complete infrastructure, and fully informs us about the vulnerabilities and performance bottlenecks of our entire cloud environment.”
Support for Multiple Hypervisors
The Tintri VMstore systems were designed from the ground up to support multiple hypervisors concurrently, including VMware vSphere, Citrix XenServer, and Microsoft Hyper-V, while providing the same level of per-VM data management and monitoring across all of three platforms.