Tintri VMstore Previous Solutions

it_user404517
System Administrator at a agriculture with 501-1,000 employees
We used NetApp and had nothing but problems with slow speeds, with stability, with needing to hire consultants for management and upgrades. It was an expensive solution that didn't deliver. View full review »
it_user378327
jonfwilliams@outlook.com
We used Atlantis ILIO. We switched because Tintri gave us similar speed at a good price point on physical disks as opposed to the Atlantis approach of using memory for the disks. We also got a lot more insight into VM behavior. View full review »
Reynaldo Martinez
Windows Systems Analyst at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Yes, in the past we used a typical SAN solution. We made the switch because of the simplicity of the design. We can use the same network devices that have a large number of connections, instead of SAN switches. That's one less layer. And because the deployment is really really fast. View full review »
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Craig Billins
Infrastructure Engineer at a real estate/law firm with 201-500 employees
We previously used a NetApp SAN which was ageing and not performing, so we needed a new device. Tintri was recommended by our third-party. View full review »
Lars Hoidis
System Engineer Client & Server at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
HP EVA, which is not admin friendly. View full review »
reviewer872538
Senior Technical Analyst
No previous solution was used. View full review »
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