Virtual machine aware storage company, Tintri, has become the latest vendor to join the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance (ECA).
The company said the collaboration reinforces its commitment to deliver solutions integrated with Microsoft products to help customers streamline and automate access to Cloud-based environments.
Microsoft principal program manager, Allison Jones, praised Tintri saying, “The company continues to bring new storage innovations to market that make it easier for our customers to build, deploy and manage their private Clouds.”
Tintri’s entrance to the ECA comes on the back of the its certification for Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track, and the first gold level data center competency among ‘next generation’ storage vendors.
Tintri now offers native SMB 3.0 implementation and integration with Microsoft SCVMM and Hyper-V Manager.
The vendor said the number of Hyper-V virtual machines stored on its VMstores globally has increased 5x in the past 12 months, with customers that span financial services, technology, healthcare, manufacturing, government.