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Tintri Spreading the Message of the I/O Blender Effect

Tintri Spreading the Message of the I/O Blender Effect
Eric Wright, vExpert, Cisco Champion

Enterprise storage maker Tintri is trumpeting the results of an IDC report that shows how traditional storage isn’t ready for the I/O Blender effect with virtualized workloads. While we have heard the message before, it still continues to be an untold story in many organizations.

Food Blender: Good. I/O Blender: Not Good

Admittedly, the phrase “I/O Blender” has become a bit of a buzzword, but the reality of what it shows is that we have new workloads and methodologies being put into place which are not optimal on the traditional storage stack.

As more hybrid and flash-heavy storage products hit the market we are seeing more proven stats that show how the addition of effective new storage technologies can significantly increase performance while maintaining reliability. Tintri is spreading their wings in new market, and spreading the message of how new storage is the not just new, it’s built for the modern virtualized workload. Simply putting more of the old style storage can inevitably lead to disappointment as we consume storage in new ways.

Read up on the IDC paper here at the Tintri blog and see how the industry shift to hybrid storage is going to help you in your organization.

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