Tintri’s Enterprise Cloud Platform Offerings Drive Q4 Fiscal 2017 Performance

Enterprise cloud

Tintri has announced strong enterprise cloud momentum driven by an array of new solutions introduced in the fourth quarter of its 2017 fiscal year ended 31st January 2017, including:

• Data protection and disaster recovery between data centres and cloud with integrated primary and secondary storage offerings
• Synchronous replication for zero recovery point objectives (RPO) and near-zero recovery time objectives (RTO)
• Enterprise cloud platform based on Tintri’s web services architecture and REST APIs to simplify the deployment and management of enterprise cloud

Tintri added a record number of customers to its enterprise cloud platform with its autonomous services, automation, self-service, and predictive analytics capabilities. In Q4 of fiscal 2017, Tintri recorded its most $1m deals in a single quarter.

“Tintri’s recent results highlight that organisations wanting public cloud agility in their data centre are choosing Tintri Enterprise Cloud,” says Ken Klein, chairman and CEO of Tintri. “For the first time, in Q4 of fiscal 2017, all-flash represented a majority of our quarterly bookings. And software continues to deliver differentiated value – attach rates are at an all-time high and Tintri Analytics has been adopted by more than one-third of our customers worldwide. Tintri has made the right bets – the market continues to move in our direction as enterprises and cloud service providers demand storage that works like a building block to enable automation and self-service.”

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By building an enterprise cloud on Tintri, the Oakland Raiders NFL organisation reduced operating expenses (open) for its IT infrastructure by up to 74%, enabling it to pay back its Tintri investment in under six months.

“Our IT team is responsible for ensuring high performance for all of the applications that run our business,” notes Matthew Pasco, vice president, Information Technology for the Oakland Raiders. “Unfortunately, our legacy storage environment was slow and difficult to manage. The decision to go with Tintri was actually quite simple. Tintri is essentially a hands-off platform. It manages itself, so we don’t have to do anything to make sure everything is running well.”