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Virtual machine-focused startup Tintri has announced a new line of hybrid disk and flash arrays, plus scale-out supporting software to have a group of Tintri arrays managed as one. Tintri's arrays are manageable by VMware admins and its software is VM-aware such that admins don't have to talk the language of LUNs and zoning and …

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Heard about these guys from a buddy that specialises in VM solutions. Tintrí (which translates to "lightning") sound like the second coming for VM shops! Be very interested to see it in action.

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since when has multi-node management meant scalability?

Does the solution scale outside of basic "single pane" management? Lets not confuse being able to see multiple silos of storage in a single view as scalabilty which is traditionally related to performance.

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Re: since when has multi-node management meant scalability?

What about leveraging storage DRS? Makes more sense for me as an virty arch. Vmware functionality is now ready!

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Re: since when has multi-node management meant scalability?

then you are leveraging an outside function, not something native to your platform. Storage DRS can be leveraged by anyone, thus giving an aspect of scalability. What I'm saying is management != scalability from a performance standpoint and thats what Enterprise is looking for as well as single pane management.

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