Tintri VMstore ROI

System Administrator at a agriculture with 501-1,000 employees
We are able to fully patch our servers and run more VMs without having to purchase additional storage. Our ROI after switching to Tintri and Hyper-V is in the $40-$60K range. View full review »
We have not calculated this. It is a difficult one to calculate as well, as it has saved man hours for both support and developers in troubleshooting storage I/O issues. It has also allowed us to actually complete upgrades that were failing on our traditional storage arrays because of time-outs when accessing the disk. So without Tintri, we would not have been able to perform these upgrades. View full review »
Senior Technical Analyst
ROI is excellent, but have no specific data. View full review »
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