Time is Money

Tintri will use information about your customers data centre to demonstrate how easy it is for them to save time and money. Here’s how it works:

  1. Get your customer to download RVTools here. This is a third-party tool from Robware.net that has been downloaded more than 400K times and can be used to capture information about your customer’s virtual machines and ESX hosts.
  2. They must then run RVTools and send the raw output using the form below.
  3. Tintri will analyse the data and schedule a review
  4. Your customer must give Tintri 30 minutes of their time in-person, to share their findings – which will look something like this, and will be based entirely on their data.
  5. To thank them for their time, Tintri will send them an Apple Watch
Time is Money:
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Terms & Conditions

  • This offer is limited to non-Tintri customers in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Switzerland, Sweden and the UK using vSphere with at least 25 TB of virtual disks and/or more than 250 VMs.
  • Valid until December 31, 2015 while supplies last. A maximum of 100 watches will be provided. Void where prohibited.
  • Limit one watch per organisation. Apple Watch is a trademark of Apple.
  • Tintri partners and suppliers are not eligible to participate.
  • The program is subject to change by Tintri at any time.
  • Download the FAQs here
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