Tag: VMware

Upgrade your Tegile IntelliFlash Array Automatically and Non-Disruptively

Tegile makes the process simple and seamless Remember when upgrading your storage system meant more time…and more downtime? We do, too. That’s why we made the upgrade process for IntelliFlash Arrays as simple and seamless as possible. Check out below the basics about the built-in automated upgrade feature for IntelliFlash, which requires no service interruption… Read more »

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Letting the Doughnuts Speak

I saw a presentation here showing some of the dashboards from customer arrays and decided to turn it into a little montage with a soundtrack. These are real data reduction scenarios from customer arrays under a variety of workloads including VMware servers, SQL Server, VDI and backup. The data reduction achieved is shown as a… Read more »

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Tegile ranks first in DCIG Hybrid Buyer’s Guide

Most of us who work at Tegile were not the coolest kids on the block. We were nerds. We didn’t sit at the cool kids’ table at lunch. We were building robots and doing homework. We didn’t get invited to cool parties. And we didn’t wear cool sneakers. We are proud to report that since… Read more »

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The CYA Approach to VDI: Part Deux

How to Bulletproof Your VDI Deployments In our previous blogpost, The CYA Approach to VDI, we shared how to minimize problems when deploying a virtual desktop infrastructure. After deploying and supporting storage for hundreds of companies, the Tegile team has gained significant insight about storage for VDI environments. Before we share that insight, we’d like… Read more »

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Reclaiming Space on a Thin-Provisioned VMFS Volume

The benefits of thin provisioning and just-in-time provisioning are well understood. A large number of our customers use thin provisioned LUNs for their VMware ESXi deployments. Occasionally I get questions like – “I just deleted some VMs on my thin provisioned LUN, but the free space does not show up on my Tegile array dashboard…. Read more »

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