Sorry to dig up an old thread...
These guys at Trilio have turned out to be a complete waste of time. (I could use some
more colorful language)
After the post from Greg Sheremeta, I followed up with Trilio.
A lot of promises/dates were made (by Trilio) as to when a beta would be made available
Needless to say, they never came through.
Finally in Dec 2018, they said we are ready for the demo, we will show you a working
The day came, Trilio said, sorry it's too close to Xmas, we will postpone the
demo's till 2019.
In 2019, I continued to follow up & finally they set a date for another demo - Jan
On Jan. 29, we get on the Webex, they said, sorry the demo just broke 10 mins prior to our
call, so no demo.
They show me some screenshots & their OpenStack version & again promise to get me
beta software in a few days.
I continue to follow up (via email)
Yesterday (Feb 6), I get an email from Trilio....(copied & pasted below):
"We started RHV betas and decided to prioritize current Trilio customers (those that
purchased Triliovault for Openstack).
If you would like to be part of the beta now then We can sign you up as a certified Trilio
reseller which has a $7,500 Starter Fee. The $7,500 will be credited against your first
customer order that is at least $7,500 so it will eventually cost you nothing. Many of our
partners can apply the fee against revenue so it's a great tax incentive, but you can
confirm with your finance department.
Please Lmk how you would like to proceed."
Is this typical behavior of RH partners?