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Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform enables heterogeneous environments to self-manage to assure the performance of any application in any cloud. Turbonomic’s patented decision engine dynamically analyzes application demand and allocates shared resources in real time to maintain a continuous state of application health.Launched in 2010, Turbonomic is one of the fastest growing technology companies in the virtualization and cloud space. Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform is trusted by thousands of enterprises to accelerate their adoption of virtual, cloud, and container deployments for all mission critical applications.

Turbonomic to Demonstrate Cloud Capabilities at AWS re:Invent 2016

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The autonomic cloud platform enables self-managing EC2 instances and Kubernetes clusters, partnering with RiverMeadow to enable customers to safely accelerate cloud migration initiatives Turbonomic, the autonomic cloud platform, will be demonstrating new cloud native capabilities at AWS re:Invent 2016, booth 1944. With most of Turbonomic’s over 1600 customers adopting or preparing to adopt the cloud, […]

AWS re:Invent Day 2 Recap

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Andy Jassy took to the keynote stage for the first official AWS re:Invent keynote of 2016, and it was exactly as many expected. The energy in the room was exciting, and the announcements were fairly well received across the board. When we are talking about why AWS matters to consumers, it was summed up rather […]

Accelerate Your Cloud Migration with RiverMeadow and Turbonomic

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For many organizations the cloud holds a promise of delivering better applications faster and some even argue more securely. While private clouds democratize access to the underlying compute, storage and network resources presented by a hypervisor they also introduce unpredictable demand on the underlying environment often slowing down the time to get resources up and […]

AWS re:Invent – Day 1 Recap

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One thing that you can’t deny about the AWS re:Invent event is the demand in place to take it all in. The crowd seems beyond the level that you’d expect in a space that the Venetian was designed for, and it isn’t just an illusion. It’s validating the shift as upwards of 24,000 people come […]

Are You Monitoring Your Monitoring Tool for Your Virtualized Environment?

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In my latest blog “Less Troubleshooting or Less Troubles” I questioned the goal of modern monitoring tools to collect as much data as possible with the highest level of granularity. I argued that the monitoring market is so caught up in the race for more data, ­it has forgotten its true purpose – keeping your […]

Virtual Desktop Pulse Survey 2016 Findings: Part 1 of 4

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This month, Turbonomic has intentionally focused on virtual desktops to better understand the current state and rates of adoption, as well as areas where VDI has met, exceeded or failed to meet firms’ investment hopes. In this pursuit, we crafted the Virtual Desktop Pulse Survey 2016. This survey seeks to uncover the pulse of VDI, […]

The Top 3 Skills Every IT Person Needs

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A very interesting conversation with someone led to a fun question.  What are the three things that every IT person needs to learn to protect their position? “If you dislike change, you’re going to dislike irrelevance even more.” – Eric Shinseki I’m a huge proponent for iterative, and positive change.  As a long-time systems admin […]

Architecting Your VDI Implementation: Persistent vs Non-Persistent VDI

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One question many civil engineers receive is, “what is the proper ratio of the depth of a building’s foundation to the height of the building?” Many claim that the safest buildings have a foundation depth that is identical to the height of the building, while others say a depth one-third of the total height is […]

Data Center Consolidation Planning & Execution with Turbonomic

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From NASA retiring its 45,000 sq ft data center to the U.S. Federal government saving more than $2.8 billion, many of the biggest data center owners in the world are making the long-term effort to scale their data centers more efficiently by consolidating the current hardware on an ongoing basis. Trying to figure out if […]

What You Need to Know When Choosing Your Open Source Licenses

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Open source development covers a lot of bases.  There is everything from documentation to development that is freely available on the web.  It’s rather magical to know that you’ve got access to the code that drives some of the industry’s most widely used platforms like OpenStack, Kubernetes, Docker, and many more. As a purveyor of […]
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