Tintri Global Center Advanced - upgrade license - 1 VMstore

Mfg. Part: UPG-LIC-TGAV-ONE-VMSTORE | CDW Part: 4142658 | UNSPSC: 43233204
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  • 1 VMstore
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  • Upgrade license
  • 1 VMstore
Tintri Global Center (TGC) software serves as an intelligent, unifed control center that enables multiple Tintri VMstores to seamlessly function as one. That includes as few as two VMstores, growing into a massive footprint - up to 32 VMstores, 160,000 virtual machines and 10 petabytes - with complete visibility across datastores and geographies. You can see the aggregate capacity, throughput and latency of your entire footprint, and then quickly drill into those same metrics for an individual VMstore and even an individual virtual machine (VM). Visibility spans your entire infrastructure, allowing you to troubleshoot latency across host, network and storage.

To simplify management of hundreds or thousands of VMs, TGC lets you assign "like" VMs into Service Groups. Apply policies at this level of granularity, setting quality of service (QoS) or data protection for a Service Group of VMs. As new VMs are added to a group, they automatically adopt that group's policies. And policies remain attached to VMs even as you move them between groups. That way, the policies you set when you have 500 VMs remain intact as you expand to 5,000 VMs.

TGC Advanced unlocks more capabilities that simplify storage scale-out. VM Scale-out technology in TGC Advanced ensures you make the best possible use of your storage footprint - it treats your combination of Tintri all-flash and hybrid-flash as a single, federated pool of resources, and automatically identi es the optimal placement for every virtual machine.

VM Scale-out recommendations are based on actual data about your VMs' behavior. The technology crunches more than one million statistics every ten seconds, looking back 30 days to capture data peaks and not just averages. An algorithm recommends placement based on cost, capacity and performance - it even considers snapshots, clones, thin provisioning and storage activity to ensure it is moving the least amount of data in the shortest time.

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