VMworld 2014

Tintri today announced it will be a Platinum Sponsor at VMworld 2014 taking place August 24-28 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. The company will showcase new products with deeper integration with VMware products in booth 921. In addition, Tintri will present a number of breakout sessions with customers and participate in industry panels throughout the conference.


BCO 1811 – Top 10 Do’s/Don’ts of Data Protection using VADP.
Dominic Cheah, Technical Marketing Engineer will present lessons learned about the various backup transport modes VADP provides for data protection, what pitfalls to avoid as well as recommended best practices with HotAdd, NBD and NBDSSL.

EUC 2352 – Horizon View in a K-12 School District
Tintri customer Chad Marlow and Tom Alexander from Enumclaw School District will discuss the process they used to justify, plan, and deploy VMware Horizon View and Tintri.

SPO2409 – SPO – Storage in the Cloud: Taxonomy and Trends
Rex Walters, VP of Technology will discuss the various approaches to persistent storage in virtualized environments, whether using traditional on-premises virtual infrastructure, or emerging off-premises public and private clouds.

STO3029 – Real World Private Cloud: Tips and Tricks from a Fortune 1000 Enterprise Cloud Project
A Tintri customer will join Chuck Dubuque, Sr. Director of Product and Solution Marketing to discuss

How they defined their private cloud in terms of functionality, capabilities, and SLA

Hidden requirements and gotchas they encountered

Capabilities before and after private cloud

STO3034 – Taking Application-Aware Storage to the Next Level with PowerCLI and PowerShell Justin Lauer, Principal Technology Evangelist, VCP4 and VCP5, a 6-time VMware vExpert and a former VMUG leader, will team up with John Phillips, a member of the technical staff to address how to leverage the task based automation and configuration management of Powershell to dramatically simplify your storage operation.

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