Tintri VMstore Previous Solutions

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 »
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 »
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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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