ATTO Technology has announced that its Thunderbolt 3 to 12Gb SAS Adapter has achieved VMware Ready status.
ATTO said this designation indicates that after a detailed validation process ATTO ThunderLink TLSH 3128 is supported on VMware vSphere for production environments.
“This signifies to customers that ATTO ThunderLink Thunderbolt adapters can be deployed in production environments with confidence and can speed time to value within customer environments,” said Kristen Edwards, director, Technology Alliance Partner Program, VMware.
“By using ATTO ThunderLink Thunderbolt adapters with VMware vSphere, organizations can add a vSAN cluster to Thunderbolt-enabled platforms like the Apple Mac Pro. This enables the creation of application development and testing environments, virtual desktop infrastructures and cloud hosting or shared private cloud facilities where they might not have been possible otherwise.”
The VMware Ready program is a co-branding benefit of the Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program that makes it easy for customers to identify partner products certified to work with VMware cloud infrastructure.
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