Tintri VMstore Pricing and License Cost

System Administrator at a agriculture with 501-1,000 employees
Tintri is going to be a cheaper option that some others, but that doesn't mean you lose anything. It was built from the ground up to host VMs, and isn't an older solution retrofitted to work with VMs. View full review »
Pricing is very competitive, so you get a lot of bang for your buck. At the price point, the restriction to a specific TB size per unit can be forgiven. The VM replicate license is not worth getting. View full review »
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Treat this no differently than any other standard array. Decide on the functionality suite. The licensing model is relatively simple. For things like replication, however, the licensing needs to be looked at. View full review »
Reynaldo Martinez
Windows Systems Analyst at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Explore the Tintri Synchronous Replication feature (licensing is required). This is a good solution to protect your environment at Storage Level and your RTO will be improved by this. View full review »
Craig Billins
Infrastructure Engineer at a real estate/law firm with 201-500 employees
Tintri is reasonably priced for the solution you get. Advanced features do require extra to use. View full review »
Lars Hoidis
System Engineer Client & Server at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Make sure that you have all licenses in one go. Options afterwards can cost extra. An "all-in-one" license model would be better at this price range. View full review »
Senior Technical Analyst
Ensure the storage system "natively" supports the protocols that you wish to use (i.e., CIFS) without the need for the overhead of internal "conversion VMs" that run the protocols. View full review »
System Administrator at a agriculture with 501-1,000 employees
The price could be lower. View full review »

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