How many times do you revisit your IT architecture? One of the things that the public cloud has helped us to do is to revisit not just our architecture, but ways we can infuse some of the new processes into our existing IT platforms.
We interviewed the Sales Development Representative team at Turbonomic to find out more about what they do, why they do it, and advice to anyone looking to pursue a career as an SDR.
Turbonomic Application Resource Management includes numerous enhancements and new capabilities for our public cloud customers. Our platform is designed to assure application performance with Application Resource Management (ARM) at any stage of their cloud journey. From cloud migration planning and modeling to IaaS or PaaS services to AI-powered workload optimization of public cloud workloads on Azure and AWS. At any stage, Turbonomic is designed to unlock the true potential of the cloud by carefully balancing application performance with optimal efficiency by leveraging every discount mechanism offered by the cloud provider.
Microsoft Azure was officially launched in 2010 (back then, it was named Windows Azure Platform) and Azure’s SQL Services, SQL Azure, was one of the first cloud-based relational database services and one of the first services offered by Microsoft upon launch.
We are thrilled to announce Amazon EBS gp3 as a supported storage tier in the Turbonomic 8 Next-Generation Cloud Volumes Optimization Engine.
You may be here because you want to find out more about Turbonomic or why I recently joined the firm as VP of Strategic Alliances. Thanks for stopping by and Happy New Year. I’m about 6 weeks in since joining December 1st and things are going very well. I’m learning a lot and still very excited about the opportunity. For many people, the New Year can mean setting new career goals or even making changes to your career path. Let me share a few thoughts about why I landed at Turbonomic - I hope this is helpful as you evaluate what your next move may look like.
Co-authored by Ying Wei, Kshitij Dholakia and Rick Ochs
The Business Value of Cloud Storage Optimization
Storage is one of the top cloud services globally. AWS and Azure offer various types of storage services, such as AWS object storage, Azure Blobs, Azure Queues, and more. This blog will focus on the block level storage service, which is used with AWS EC2 instances and Azure Virtual Machine instances and provides boot and data volumes.
How many times do you get a call from the help desk about some application being slow or down? More than you would like, I’m sure. The more troubling part is that they call about some business application (or many of them) that are affected and now you have to chase down what the underlying root cause of the issue is.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently wrapped up their annual conference. Due to the global pandemic, this conference was delivered exclusively online over a three-week period free for all attendees.
Why We Built Data Cloud
Have you ever been asked one of the following questions?
- "Was there a server outage?
- "Why is my app slow?"
- "Do I need a bigger VM?"
- "Do I need more storage?"
- "What host has that VM been on?"
- "What happened at 4 p.m. yesterday with my app?"
- "What am I paying for?"
- "What is on that cluster?"
- "What does the load at month end look like?"
Last month, Turbonomic experts Brian Promes and Tom Griffin gave customers an inside look at our brand new Performance Data Warehouse: Turbonomic Data Cloud, which was invented with the sole purpose of closing the Apps-Ops divide once and for all. If you missed it, you can catch the full recording here, or keep reading for a synopsis and key excerpts.