VMblog had the chance to speak with Tegile ahead of VMworld 2014. And while at the show, we were fortunate to have the opportunity to meet up with Rob Commins, VP of Marketing at the company. If you made it out to VMworld this year, hopefully you had a chance to visit their booth.
Tegile is a company pioneering a new generation of affordable feature-rich storage arrays that are dramatically faster, and can store more data than standard arrays. These guys offer a unique metadata handling technology called IntelliFlash, allowing Tegile arrays to deliver caching and on the fly de-duplication and compression for primary storage.
As part of VMblog's live VMworld 2014 coverage coming up this month, we're getting our schedule ready to learn as much as we can, as quickly as we can. And I know attendees are doing the same. The event is always jam packed with information coming in from every which way, so it is important to come up with a good game plan to try and follow as best you can throughout the event. Part of our game plan is to get the lay of the land and figure out who will be on the exhibitor show floor. Much like previous years, the sponsor list for VMworld 2014 is long and worthy, making it even more important to know ahead of time the who, where and what.
Tegile Systems is pioneering a new generation of affordable feature-rich storage arrays that are dramatically faster, and can store more data than standard arrays. Incorporating Tegile’s unique metadata handling technology, IntelliFlash™, Tegile arrays deliver caching and on the fly de-duplication and compression for primary storage. Hundreds of customers in the financial services, manufacturing, government, legal, healthcare and transportation industry sectors have deployed Tegile arrays as primary storage in virtualized server, virtualized desktop (VDI), file services and database environments as well as for replicated storage. Being a multi-protocol device and delivering leadership data reduction rates, customers find many concurrent uses for the same array, and in many instances deploy several systems throughout their enterprise. Early Tegile customer, Washington & Lee University, now has eight Tegile IntelliFlash arrays in use throughout the campus. Tegile is led by a successful team of industry veterans and is committed to a philosophy of “customer first.”
VMBlog speaks with Lee Domangue, Regional Sales Manager for Tegile about their Flash Driven Storage solution.