In episode 153, Douglas Brown interviews Ilya Mirman, VP Marketing for VMTurbo. Ilya and Douglas discuss the VMTurbo real-time virtualization management solution. Ilya explains what the VMTurbo Virtualization Management Suite does, how it works, why we should be interested, how it fits in with the Cloud and much more!
Use our Virtualization Management Suite to:
- Resolve problems in real-time: Detect degradations and anomalies proactively as they evolve and execute suggested corrective action automatically or manually.
- Recover costs in your existing environment: Identify server consolidation & storage recovery opportunities through workload re-balancing and reporting on underutilized/dormant VMs.
- Plan for the future: Run “what-if analysis” to accurately determine when, where and how much you will need to invest in additional infrastructure to meet the needs of application owners.
- Automate performance reporting: Free up highly skilled resources tied up in producing reports to satisfy the needs of application owners, capacity planners, architects & IT management.
About Ilya Mirman
Prior to joining VMTurbo, Ilya served as VP of Marketing at venture-backed MIT spin-off Cilk Arts, where led all marketing efforts for the company from 8 months before product launch through company acquisition by Intel. Previously as VP of Marketing at venture-backed MIT spin-off Interactive Supercomputing (acquired by Microsoft), Ilya headed up the marketing, customer service and application engineering teams. Prior to joining ISC, Ilya was VP of Marketing at SolidWorks, the world's leading vendor of 3D mechanical design software. Earlier in his career, he led the product development team at Corning-Lasertron to introduce a new line of high-speed laser transmitters for the telecom industry. Ilya holds a BSME from the University of Massachusetts, an MSME from Stanford University, an MBA from MIT's Sloan School, and several patents in the field of fiber optic telecommunications.
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