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Delivering a Consistent QoS In a Virtualised Data Center- Part 2

Turbonomic
How Do I Benchmark My Effectiveness at Managing QoS and Can I Improve? As the provider of virtualised infrastructure, private cloud, or VDI, correlating the health of infrastructure to application performance is challenging. The sheer fact that the infrastructure you are providing is supporting hundreds or thousands of applications, all with their own performance instrumentation, […]

Delivering a Consistent QoS In a Virtualized Data Center- Part 1

Turbonomic
Using The Network as an Analogy To Describe The Opportunity Quality Of Service (QoS) Management is not a new concept. IT organisation have been leveraging QoS controls in networks for many years. It has resulted in the emergence of multi-billion dollar companies like Riverbed. QoS in the WAN has resulted in the ability to intelligently […]

Has the perfect IT plan been around for 200 years?

Turbonomic
It’s that time of year again: Companies are beginning to close the books on 2017 and work on the 2018 IT Plan. As always, certain principles and goals will guide the IT plan, and IT leaders will look to past plans and leading practice for guidance and inspiration. Not me. When I think about the […]

DXC Technology Adds Turbonomic as a Platform Automation Standard

Turbonomic
Turbonomic Playing Central Role in DXC’s Infrastructure Services Transformation Turbonomic today announced that it has entered into a multi-year agreement with DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, as an automation standard to help drive DXC’s infrastructure services transformation forward. The Turbonomic management platform is playing a central role in DXC’s modernized infrastructure […]

What is Microsoft security story?

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
Looking back at 2017 so far is has been alot of development from Microsoft when it comes to security products. Just by looking at the Microsoft Ignite which was a couple of weeks back most announcements were security focused with new products such as Azure ATP, improved version of Windows Defender ATP as well and […]

How to Manage Relational Database Services (RDBs) in the Cloud

Turbonomic
With its newest release of 6.0, Turbonomic introduces the ability to control Relational Database Services (RDB), the fastest growing service in the public cloud today. It also becomes the only hybrid cloud management platform that is capable of managing RDBs in the cloud. Many organizations focus on cost savings for compute alone, leaving RDBs unmanaged, […]

How to Pick the Right Reserved Instances

Turbonomic
Today, a common initiative across the industry is increase agility and delivery while simultaneously decreasing infrastructure spend. As a result, we are seeing a massive amount of undeniable momentum building up behind the journey to the public cloud as providers like AWS enable organizations to unlock a more elastic and development-ready environment with the promise […]

Introducing Turbonomic 6.0: Pre-Paid Capacity Control

Turbonomic
Today, a common initiative across the industry is increase agility and delivery while simultaneously decreasing infrastructure spend. As a result, we are seeing a massive amount of undeniable momentum building up behind the journey to the public cloud as providers like AWS enable organizations to unlock a more elastic and development-ready environment with the promise […]

Which Process Comes First in Service Management

Turbonomic
The old riddle asks a simple but deep question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? It’s not as easy a question as it seems, because a chicken would’ve had to lay the egg, and an egg would have had to hatch the chicken. Maybe there isn’t a right answer… In many ways, IT […]

Introducing Turbonomic 6.0: Cloud Storage Control

Turbonomic
In the world of Cloud Computing there are many factors that are overlooked when migrating workloads and maintaining instances in the cloud. Storage makes up a very large part of your cloud costs and in most cases, it’s either under managed or not managed at all. While you may get by with under-managed storage on-prem, […]

Control Beyond Public Cloud Compute

Turbonomic
In the past few years, we have witnessed multiple industries being disrupted by software innovators (Uber, Airbnb, Tesla and others). The success behind the industry disruptors is primarily due to better experience they provide their customers through digital channels and their ability to constantly learn and improve that experience. In order to thrive in the […]

Turbonomic Debuts New Capabilities for AWS & Azure

Turbonomic
Today, from the 2017 Microsoft Ignite  Conference, Turbonomic announced significant public cloud enhancements to the industry’s only self-managing hybrid cloud management platform with the delivery of Turbonomic 6.0. The platform’s new storage and database services optimization for Microsoft Azure and AWS public cloud extend the platform’s capabilities in the public cloud beyond compute. By delivering new dynamic optimization and […]

Some VMware VCAP 6.5 DCV Design Exam Study Notes

VMware
A couple weeks ago I sat and passed the VCAP 6.5 Datacenter Design Exam. It was a good but tough exam. The VCAP 6.5 Design exam is a bit different from past VCAP Design Exams – there are no Visio type design questions (I did not take the VCAP6, but based on the blueprint it […]

Why consider self-managing Openshift with Turbonomic?

Turbonomic
The Turbonomic container image is Red Hat Certified and listed in the Red Hat Container Catalog. Cloud Native and the Rise of Microservices Cloud native is slated to be the standard for digital transformations. The business wants better services faster; developers need rapid, iterative application development. Containers and microservices make it possible. Every microservice has […]

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