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Bonnie Wong

Bonnie Wong
Bonnie Wong joined Turbonomic in 2019 as Senior Software Engineer and currently a member of Team Cloud Storage. She was behind the Cloud Volume Delete Actions feature's development last year and had been working with other team members to develop and enhance features related to Cloud Storage. Before Turbonomic, Bonnie was a lead software developer at Real Matters Inc. (TSX: REAL), a company provides application software platform for property evaluation, collateral risk management, and data analytic services. Bonnie was the lead developer for AVM (Automated Valuation Model) service, which supports integration with Bank of America and other financial institutions.
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Is Cloud Storage IOPS the real cause for poor application performance?

Posted by Bonnie Wong on Sep 14, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Choosing the right compute size for a VM is always a challenge. In the cloud environment, choosing the right size for a VM from hundreds of instances offered by the provider is even more challenging. Generally, app owners look at vCPU and vMEM usage of the workload to determine the configuration required for the particular VM. In Azure, there are more factors that need to be considered. In this article, we will focus on Azure’s VM IOPS requirements and how the new feature in Turbonomic 7.22.8 enhances the recommendation for continuously choosing the right size for VMs while assuring performance and reducing costs.

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