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Integr8 partners with Tintri to add virtualisation and cloud value
Tintri builds VM-aware storage specifically for virtualised applications, without the limitations of traditional physical-first storage. The company's VAS offers enterprise customers both all-flash and hybrid-flash storage platforms.
The value proposition is underpinned by an Operating System (OS) that treats virtual machines as the unit of management, the ability to scale-out from terabytes to petabytes with less than one employee, and set QoS thresholds for critical VMs.
Today, with the percentage of virtualised workloads rising from 2% in 2005 to over 80% in 2015, Integr8 has confirmed its status as a Tintri Authorised South African partner to roll out solutions and services that will empower enterprise businesses.
"This will enable us to prioritise virtualisation and focus on differentiated products, additional revenue opportunities and be part of a channel that supports sales," says Jacques Watermeyer, CTO at Integr8.
Watermeyer adds that Tintri's focus on VAS specifically built for virtualisation and cloud is an ideal fit for Integr8.
"Our customers depend on virtualised servers, databases and desktops to operate, they require storage that can guarantee the performance of these applications,"
Claudio Polla, Regional Manager, Middle East Africa & Turkey, at Tintri, comments: "Integr8 lines up with our global channel expansion plans, which makes them an ideal partner in this region. As a specialist provider of managed services, Integr8 supports and regulates the ICT environment of many of South Africa's leading enterprise organisations. Therefore it will help provide more exposure for Tintri's highly differentiated storage across the region."
"With its knowledge of the local market, valued-added cloud services, expert customer service and a solid technical understanding of our products, Integr8 will assist us in our efforts to deliver unparalleled value to our customers. Tintri VM-aware storage isn't an incremental change – it is storage you can manage in a fraction of the time and for lower costs," Polla concludes.
Liza du Plessis