Tintri To Showcase All-Flash Storage For Enterprise Cloud At IP Expo London On October 4 and 5October 2, 2017
Tintri, Inc., a leading enabler of enterprise cloud, has today announced that it will be exhibiting at IP Expo London on October 4 and 5. Tintri, located at stand GG24, will be discussing how organizations can deliver public cloud agility inside their own data center – for total control over cost and performance.
Tintri is working with customers across EMEA to help them embark on their cloud journey. Recently, Tintri announced a number of new software including an extension of its on-premises all-flash storage solutions to AWS S3 and IBM Cloud Object Storage. Additionally, it announced a new all-flash series, the EC6000 platform, that allows organizations and CSPs to scale from 19TB up to 40PB and support up to 480,000 virtual machines. And last week, Tintri launched the new T1000 all-flash storage product, which is aimed at ROBO and smaller VDI workloads and will sold exclusively through Tintri’s channel globally.
IP Expo attendees will also have the chance to hear from a Tintri customer on Wednesday morning at the Tintri Roundtable. Darren Henderson, Head of ICT at South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland, and Tintri’s Geoffrey McGill McGowan will inform attendees on how:
- To cut VDI management to zero
- Tintri gives you public cloud agility in your data center
- To identify performance issues no matter where they are
To register your interest in attending this session, please submit your details here: http://www.ipexpoeurope.com/Tintri-Roundtable
Tintri will be taking part in two speaking engagements at the show. These include:
Date: Wednesday 4 October
Title: Agility of public cloud inside your four walls
Location: Cloud Architecture Theatre
Spokesperson: Ian Campbell, Senior System Engineer
Date: Thursday 5 October
Title: Three public cloud myths and one enterprise cloud solution
Location: Storage and Data Center Theatre
Ian Campbell will also be on the panel of the Infrastructure 2025 debate, which discusses what users need to consider when making purchasing decisions about their infrastructure today to make sure they are ready for the future and what are the costly mistakes they need to avoid. Ian will be joined on stage by Martin Hingley, CEO at ITCandor Limited, and Hedvig Inc’s EMEA Solutions Architect, Chris Kranz.
For more information visit the IP Expo Europe website: http://www.ipexpoeurope.com/2017-Exhibitors/Tintri