In addition to their Tintri Global Center 4.0 release, Tintri by DDN announces new staff and resource additions, as they continue their rebuild from the collapse that preceded their being purchased by DDN in September.
DataDirect Networks, which has been more of a Big Data than enterprise storage player, makes an enterprise storage play by bidding for the distressed assets of Tintri, which has always had interesting tech, but which got squeezed in a tight storage market.
The Tintri collaboration provides a packaged replication service for higher tier disaster recovery needs. It will be available through Neverfail partners, and will likely be able to be sold by Tintri partners too.
Following the announcement of their new high-end enterprise cloud platform earlier this month, Tintri now announces availability of a much smaller 10 TB system, aimed at smaller deployments within – and quite possibly outside – the enterprise.