Troy Alexander

Troy Alexander

Company: Tintri

Job Title: Senior Systems Engineer

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Troy is a Systems Engineer at Tintri and has over 16 years of experience in storage and virtualisation. On a daily basis Troy works closely with the pre-sales team, meeting with potential customers and helping organisations improve their storage and performance issues. He regularly challenges the boundaries set by legacy storage to help customers realise their future datacentres earlier than they would have by adopting conventional technologies. Prior to starting his role at Tintri in 2012, Troy worked at F5 Networks, EMC, NetApp and he also has experience in helping to develop start-up companies.

Troy Alexander Seminars

  • PANEL: The Future of Storage Wed 5th Oct 15:40 - 16:10

    PANEL: The Future of Storage

    We are constantly reminded that the amount of data that is produced each year is increasing at an unprecedented level. The Storage Market therefore has the daunting task of keeping pace with this landscape and so constant innovation is required to make storage faster, more compact and more efficient. The pressure to stay ahead has never been so intense in such an incredibly competitive market.  This is a great opportunity to hear the perspectives of those companies who will be defining this change.

    Chair: Martin Hingley, ITCandor
    Alex Chircop, StorageOS
    Troy Alexander,Tintri
    Alex D'Anna, Pure Storage
    Grant Caley, NetApp


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    Wed 5th Oct 15:40 to 16:10

    Storage & Data Management

  • Discover the power of storage built explicitly for virtualisation Thu 6th Oct 11:00 - 11:30

    Discover the power of storage built explicitly for virtualisation

    If your business depends on virtualised servers, databases and desktops, you need storage that guarantees the performance of those applications. Tintri VM-aware storage (VAS) is built explicitly for virtualisation and cloud.

    Tintri offers both all-flash and hybrid-flash storage platforms — but the difference lies in the software. Tintri’s operating system treats your virtual machines as the unit of management. That means you will never deal with LUNs, volumes or other remnants of outdated storage. Instead, all analytics and actions work at the VM-level to keep storage simple.

    Run multiple, concurrent hypervisors on a single storage platform to save cost; Set quality of service thresholds for critical VMs; And scale-out from terabytes to petabytes with less than one employee.


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    Thu 6th Oct 11:00 to 11:30

    Storage & Data Management

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