Home Business IT Storage & Cloud Storage Tintri goes all-flash with VMstore T5000 array family

Storage vendor Tintri has entered the all-flash market with the release of its VMstore T5060 and T5080 arrays.

Tintri's storage arrays have been based on a hybrid flash-plus-disk architecture to balance the high performance of flash storage with the economy of disk.

The company has now released its first all-flash arrays in the VMstore T5000 series.

According to Tintri, the VMstore T5060 and T5080 can store up to 5,000 VMs in a 2U form factor and up to 100,000 virtual machines, 1.4PB of data and 4 million IOPS in a single rack.

They are said to be suited to very large databases, analytics, and large persistent virtual desktop deployments.

A new release of Tintri OS - version 4.0 - supports the new T5000 range as well as the existing T800.

Tintri also announced Tintri Global Center 2.1 (VM-level analytics, now including the ability to identify workloads that would benefit from all-flash storage and them moving them to a T5000 array) and Tintri VMstack Converged Infrastructure (VM-aware converged infrastructure providing a choice of hybrid or all-flash storage, and multiple hypervisors, compute and network components).

"We have consistently heard from business leaders that the performance of their virtualised applications is paramount to the success of their organisations," said Tintri CEO and chairman Ken Klein.

"Many storage vendors respond by focusing on speeds and feeds and who has more or less flash. They're selling expensive Band-Aids.

"Tintri focuses on the root cause with storage specifically built for virtualised enterprises.

"With today's announcement, we bring VM-awareness to all-flash, and offer a common platform with hybrid-flash on which customers can analyse and optimise workloads."

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Stephen Withers is one of Australia¹s most experienced IT journalists, having begun his career in the days of 8-bit 'microcomputers'. He covers the gamut from gadgets to enterprise systems. In previous lives he has been an academic, a systems programmer, an IT support manager, and an online services manager. Stephen holds an honours degree in Management Sciences and a PhD in Industrial and Business Studies.

 

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