Shared Nothing Migration within VMTurbo 5.3
VMTurbo’s ability to control virtualized environments in a constant state of automated service assurance has been at the center of the platform’s value proposition since its inception. By creating an economic abstraction of the datacenter that automatically brokers workload demands to the underlying supplies of resources, VMTurbo enables organizations to assure application performance while simultaneously increasing efficiency across multiple layers of the IT Stack.
In past releases, VMTurbo expanded its core control into other facets of the IT Stack including capabilities around Hybrid Cloud, Application QoS adherence, and SDN to name a few. While each release has become a proof point in VMTurbo’s journey to run any workload anywhere, anytime; a key themes behind each release remains the idea of “workload mobility”.
In VMTurbo’s newly announced v5.3 release, VMTurbo Operations Manager now has the ability to leverage shared nothing migrations within vSphere environments to make intelligent placement decisions (svMotion and vMotion) within a single action execution.
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