We recently published our 2019 State of Multicloud Report (thank you to all those that took the survey and shared their experience!). It shed light on some interesting dynamics at play as organizations adopt their multicloud strategies. In short, they are adopting multiple clouds for the freedom to choose what’s right for their applications and their business. And containers and cloud native technologies are enabling them to do it. Definitely check out the full report.
Today Turbonomic announces its support for Kubernetes-as-a-Service offerings from Amazon, Azure, Google, and Pivotal. Now workloads in your KaaS deployments can self-manage—continuously navigating the tradeoffs between performance, compliance and cost. More specifically, the actions that can be automated in these Kubernetes distributions:
Containers are today’s modern application standard, enabling rapid, iterative development and portability across any infrastructure. Container platforms—like Kubernetes—have risen out of the need to manage ever more distributed and dynamic cloud native applications. Problem solved, right? Wrong.
Today Cisco announced the launch of Network Assurance Engine as part of its continuing mission to empower customers with intent-based data centers. Cisco has built a strong partner ecosystem around Network Assurance Engine’s open platform, which they discuss in their blog. In partnership with Turbonomic, network intent is continuously assured by software.
The Turbonomic container image is Red Hat Certified and listed in the Red Hat Container Catalog.
Cisco Live 2017 is here at last and we’re thrilled to announce our collaboration with Cisco Tetration Analytics to deliver the only network-aware self-managing platform for hybrid clouds. For a live demo, you can find us at the Turbonomic booth #4633. Enlin Xu, Sr. Engineering Manager at Turbonomic will be there to showcase the integration and answer all your questions.
Our team was in attendance at the recent Cisco Live US in July, a conference and tradeshow, targeted at network engineers, the main user group of Cisco networking technologies. When those network folks - as they like to refer to themselves - stopped by our booth, we had pretty much the same conversation over and over again, in short: networking and data center operations technologies are connected, but the teams don’t really talk to each other, unless the packets hit the fan so to speak. That means that nobody seems to talk unless an application is down and data center operations suspects a networking issue to be the source of that failure.
Topics: Networking and SDN
Planning for different future scenarios is one of the capabilities our customers love about VMTurbo. Consider these scenarios:
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Turbonomic Operations Manager 5.6 is now available. It includes a turnkey integration with private cloud platform ServiceNow and ships significant performance improvements.