Tintri, which makes storage systems for virtualized datacenters and cloud deployments, rolled out a series of updates designed to expand support beyond VMware to Red Hat and Microsoft's Hyper-V later this year.
The rapidly growing company, which has 300 employees and 2013 revenue growth of 115 percent, is playing in a storage sweet spot — virtualization. The biggest pain point for virtualized environments is storage costs. In a nutshell, Tintri's technology deploys and manages virtual machines and then automatically retires them. That ability saves storage and also leads to repeat purchases of Tintri's systems 12 months after a purchase.