After announcing IBM’s intent to acquire Turbonomic on April 29th, we are excited to share that the acquisition has closed. There is an enormous opportunity ahead for customers, partners, and our employees as we join forces with IBM to build the future of AI-driven cross-cloud application operations.
It's no secret that the cloud has been a disruptive technology, and as it is still an emerging field of computing in relative terms of the age of some services, there are many misconceptions about what multi-cloud infrastructure really means. Whether you're considering going all-in on one provider or spreading your data across providers for higher availability, we'll cover some of the truths and myths behind this exciting new way to build out your IT infrastructure.
We hear this time and time again, but we’ll say it again here: Applications are the lifeblood of today’s business. The ecosystem of cloud native tools and solutions growing around Kubernetes management are all about building, running, and scaling modern container-based applications. And the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) landscape is a testament to strength of the community as well as the growing complexity customers face.
It can also be overwhelming navigating this interactive map, let alone the tools themselves. So, with this blog we thought we’d provide a bit of a guide to what you’re looking at—and ultimately, what needs to be considered when you’re running mission-critical applications on Kubernetes. The categories we will be expanding on are...
Are you looking for a solution to automating application elasticity? Dynamically scaling your services to meet changing demand? Containers enable applications to be architected for elasticity: ready for business in seconds you can spin up services when you need them, spin them back when you don’t. Only pay for what you use. With these goals in mind, an increasing number of organizations are leveraging horizontal pod autoscaler (HPA), which is native to Kubernetes.
Is your company looking for ways to work smarter in the ever-changing world? For many businesses, the cloud offers the solutions they’re looking for.
An Azure Resource Group is a required grouping for all your Azure VMs. In this post, we’ll look into what this group structure actually means – and how you can use it for better governance and resource management for your infrastructure.
Almost 70% of enterprise companies have transferred their infrastructure and software to the cloud. As such, it is little wonder those who have not yet moved to cloud wish to do the same. The last thing you would want for your company is to fall behind handling your own online infrastructure when it no longer makes sense.
Do you know what makes your application tick? Do you know what makes it succeed—or the areas it could do with some improvement?
The event of the season is right around the corner: Apps ON Cloud Summit!
Turbonomic is thrilled to be hosting this virtual event, bringing together some of the biggest names in tech to discuss the most prevalent challenges IT organizations face—and how to solve them.
For any digital business, applications are what connect you to your customer. Leading organizations are leveraging public cloud and cloud native to innovate faster, grow their business, and delight their customers. But the promise of the modern technology is often unfilled as organizations grapple with the complexity and cultural shifts they bring along with them.
Businesses buy IT resources because they need them for their applications to perform. When applications are not performing, businesses are not running. However, when deciding how many resources to buy, IT professionals face a challenge. What type of resources do I buy, and how much? The often-unpredictable nature of application demand makes it impossible to understand exactly how many resources are needed at any given second, so businesses allocate more resources than they think will be necessary, hoping they will have so much supply that there will not be any points of congestion or resource shortages.