VMTurbo to Present at Interop 2016 in Las Vegas
VMTurbo Presentations focus on practical approaches to private cloud and how to get started on OpenStack in the Enterprise
VMTurbo, the only application performance control platform, announced that it will be exhibiting at Interop 2016 in Las Vegas this week, and will be presenting sessions in two tracks: “Adopting Private Cloud – A Practical Approach”, and “OpenStack for Enterprise”, both presented by Principal Solutions Engineer Eric Wright.
“Private cloud implementations fail for reasons that are entirely within our reach to solve,” said Wright. “The key factors of private cloud are often overlooked, and most are organizational and people processes rather than the technology. This is why the approach to private cloud needs to be different than what we’ve done with virtualization.”
Wright’s talk will focus on the 40% of key factors that are technical and the 60% that are psychology. For private cloud, people, process, technology are three key pillars, and to succeed organizations need to solve the challenges in that order.
Wright’s talk “Adopting Private Cloud – A Practical Approach” takes place on Wednesday May 4th 11:45 AM-12:45 PM in Breakers room F. More information can be found here.
“OpenStack is absolutely a viable enterprise private cloud platform,” Wright added. “There are too many ways to succeed with OpenStack today that outweigh the early skeptics of the open source cloud ecosystem. We are at a real turning point where organizations are ready to consume IT in new ways. The time is now to embrace OpenStack and private cloud.”
Wright’s talk “OpenStack for Enterprise” occurs on Thursday May 5th 10:30-11:30 AM in Lagoon room J. More information can be found here.
VMTurbo’s contributions to OpenStack and other open source projects can be found on GitHub here.
VMTurbo, the only application performance control platform, announced that it will be exhibiting at OpenStack Summit 2016 this week in Austin, and will have staff presenting sessions in two tracks: “Guaranteeing Performance in High-Density OpenStack Environments,” with VP, Advanced Solutions Endre Sara; as well as “Couch to OpenStack – Getting Started with the OpenStack Learning Lab” with Principal Solutions Engineer Eric Wright.
“We’re proud to have been selected to present two talks at the Summit, and are excited to engage with the OpenStack Community,” said Wright. “VMTurbo has made a significant commitment to OpenStack and beyond to the greater open source community, with recent contributions to Kubernetes along with various other projects. Open source is an important part of our culture, and Endre and I look forward to sharing our learnings at the OpenStack Summit.”
VMTurbo’s open source contributions can be found on GitHub here.
VMTurbo’s Application Performance Control platform is trusted by enterprises around the world to guarantee the performance of any application on any cloud or infrastructure. VMTurbo’s patented decision engine dynamically analyzes application demand and automatically allocates shared resources to all applications maintaining a perpetual state of health.
Launched in 2010, VMTurbo is one of the fastest growing technology companies on the market. Leveraging VMTurbo’s control platform, customers can confidently accelerate their adoption of virtual, cloud, and container deployments for all mission critical applications today and in the future.
Leveraging VMTurbo, customers can guarantee application performance, maximizing infrastructure and human efficiency and positively impacting their companies’ business goals. To learn more, visit vmturbo.com.