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Revved Up for VMworld – See You in Vegas!

I’m pumped for this year’s VMworld next week! It’s such a great opportunity to learn new things and network with subject matter experts and IT professionals in our field. Plus, it’s just nice to let loose a little and have some fun. Last year at VMworld, we ROCKED the house. This year, it’s all about SPEED…. Read more »

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Rest Easy With Data-At-Rest Encryption

Recently, there have been a flurry of data breaches within government agencies and commercial organizations. One thing all of these events have in common is that sensitive information — personal, financial or medical — was stolen and/or exposed. These events show the importance of protecting data itself — not just the network. According to Lloyd’s… Read more »

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It Takes Products, Programs, and People

Gartner recently published their 2017 Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays. Tegile was recognized as a Visionary, which we are very proud of. What I am most impressed with is that we are also recognized as a Visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays. This is a testament to our commitment to providing a… Read more »

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“I just bought the Tesla of All-Flash Storage!”

Those were the words of Jim, one of our long-standing customers, who recently purchased our newest iteration of IntelliFlash HD multi-tiered flash array. After having put the system through its paces over the last six months, he was giddy about what HD can deliver for his business. A 20-year IT veteran, Jim is a straight… Read more »

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Measuring Oracle Database 12c Performance on a Tegile All-Flash Array

Data Storage vendors always (or should) want to ensure that they build systems that solve customers’ application requirements and issues. As a leading provider of flash memory data storage systems, Tegile Systems is no different. Additionally, since our storage platform is being “built for speed,” we continually conduct performance benchmarks to ensure that we have a… Read more »

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Optimize Your Datacenter Workloads with All-Flash Solutions for Private Clouds

Tegile Systems in Partnershipwith Cisco Systems Today, Tegile welcomes Cisco’s expansion of the MDS 9000 family to include an analytics-ready 32G Fiber Channel Module on MDS 9700 Directors and a new 32G Host Bus Adapter for the UCS C-Series. With the exponential rise in cloud and big data bandwidth, Tegile has partnered with Cisco’s datacenter… Go to article


Tegile Partners with Amazon to Launch IntelliDrone

While most enterprise storage vendors are scrambling for ways to partner with Amazon’s cloud computing division, Tegile has taken a different path. The flash storage pioneer is teaming up with Amazon to leapfrog the industry’s legacy service delivery model with IntelliDrone. IntelliDrone is tightly integrated with Tegile’s predictive analytics platform called IntelliCare which monitors millions… Read more »

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Achieve New Levels of Automation with Cisco UCS & Tegile

Manually performing actions like creating VMs, provisioning, cloning is time-consuming—especially when you’re operating at “Cloud” scale. So data center automation is a vital step to maximize operational efficiency. To that end, we’ve worked closely with Cisco to integrate Tegile flash storage arrays with UCS Director 6.0, so you can consolidate management and provisioning. This adds… Read more »

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HPE Bought Nimble, But Can They Get Nimble?

HPE is acquiring Nimble Storage for $1.09 billion. Now that caught me by surprise! Before my time at Tegile, I was an HP employee (they weren’t HPE yet back then) by means of their acquisition of 3PAR, so I have some unique perspectives that I would like to share and would love your comments on… Read more »

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Acquiring Customers to Achieve Long-Term Sustainable Scale

Listen to Tegile CEO Rohit Kshetrapal as he reveals his firm’s venture path and growth-versus-scale philosophy that has allowed Tegile to avoid business practices that have frequently tripped up Silicon Valley firms.

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