Getting Inside Tintri Via Its Planned IPO
The problem with private companies is that they are so private. It takes the run-up to an IPO to get them to open up about how well they have managed their business to date.
That is the case with Tintri, a Mountain View, Calif.-based developer of virtual machine-aware all-flash and hybrid-flash arrays. The company has talked up its technical achievements, boasting "6x faster" performance for virtual machines on Tintri, with "10x more" density and "98% less management." But now that it is planning an IPO, CRN has looked at the company's most recent S-1 filing to see how it looks as a business. Here, we present some highlights: