Tintri Attains Certification for Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA: Tintri declares the successful achievement of certification in Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track program. This Fast Track program stands as architecture for reference which endorses Tintri’s scores on Microsoft’s specifications for building private clouds on Windows and Hyper-V. And hence will enable virtualized enterprises in scaling with respect to preconfigured and validated platforms. Thereby enabling virtualized enterprises to scale with respect to preconfigured and validated platforms.
Adding on, Tintri also receives certification for Windows Server 2012 R2 along with an exclusive Gold-level data center competency amongst rival nex-gen storage companies. These additions on Tintri’s achievements help in the expansion of Tintri’s native support of Microsoft’s SMB 3.0 protocol and integration with Hyper-V Manager and System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). In the pursuit of attaining all these distinctions, Tintri has been subjected to various rigorous technology assessments and submissions of customer references from Tintri’s customer base of Microsoft for Visualization.
The aforementioned achievements are in follow up to Tintri’s latest announcement of products which include the Tintri VMstore T5000 All flash series, Tintri VMstack Converged Infrastructure, Tintri OS 4.0 and Tintri’s Global Center 2.1. With the entrance of this new stock, customers can optimize Microsoft virtualized workloads and applications like Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange and SharePoint, across T5000 All-flash and T800 Hybrid-flash systems.
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