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Provide students and faculty with remote access to campus labs and applications.
“Our EMC arrays could not deliver the IOPS needed for our 400 virtual desktops and 100 servers. We tried to fix the deficiency by purchasing a Dell EqualLogic system… but it still wasn’t fast enough for VMware.”
Other Solutions Studied:
VMware Horizon (with View)
SAS, SAP, REDCap, SQL, Oracle, Teradici Console, Business Objects, Mediasite, Bitdefender, Digital Surveillance
2x Tintri VMstores
“It took me longer to put the rails on the rack than to hook up and configure Tintri… 15 or 20 minutes max.”
Time to Add a New VM:
Conventional Storage: > 30 min.
Tintri VMstore: < 3 seconds
Growing to 2,000+ virtual desktops on a single VMstore
“Tintri is the only game in town. The only storage designed for the demands of virtualized environments.”
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.