depps wrote:We want to keep hundreds of snaps of our SQL up to 15 minute increments
depps wrote:Snapshot integration becomes important when you have busy servers, VMWare snapshots are slow so the ability to leverage fast array snapshots is killer funtionality.
What the max number of snapshots the Tintri can have per VM?
We're evaluating both, I like the Tintri for its NFS/VWmare capabilities but Nimble seems to have more advanced snapshot capability and is cheaper. We want to keep hundreds of snaps of our SQL up to 15 minute increments and Nimble allows for almost unlimited snaps.
mdaltoriob wrote:Has there been any response from Veeam people on this?
Gostev wrote:mdaltoriob wrote:Has there been any response from Veeam people on this?
Please see my answer here.
And while Tintri clearly lacks market share to be our priority target for integration (note that we look at the actual market statistics, not the amount of +1s in this thread) , I am still curious where exactly do you see the value of Veeam integrating with Tintri? Based on the feedback from actual users on the previous page, Tintri's ability to offload VM snapshots to storage already solves that very same issue our Backup from Storage Snapshot feature is designed to address (namely, impact on production environment from large VM snapshots commits).
Perhaps there could be some lack of understanding here what our integration with storage snapshots is about... I would be happy to clarify this, if needed. Likewise, there might be lack of knowledge of some Tintri drawbacks on my part, too.
But reading through the feedback on the previous page, it sounds like there is absolutely nothing preventing Tintri users to do regular Veeam backups every 15 minutes today, without any sort of special integration. And perhaps the same can be applied to any SSD-based storage, really... because let's admit it - infinite IOPS will chew through anything regardless, even without any "special sauce".
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