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Eric Wright

Eric Wright
My philosophy in work is a simple one that comes from years of practical experience. There are three components in an IT organization; those are People, Process and Technology. The order of those is as important as any of the individual components. Simply put, the IT organization empowers business needs through technology. And that technology is driven through people and processes. An IT organization needs to be agile, as well as dependable. Agility comes from a strong group of people who are knowledgeable, dynamic and are able to respond effectively as a team. That same team is required to deliver consistency so that a business can be confident of their position at all times. Throughout my years of experience I have developed some personal principles: 1. The priority is customer satisfaction - We must strive at all times to meet and exceed the customer expectations. 2. Communicate effectively and often - Effective communication is the key to delivering complete solutions. 3. Automate where possible - DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself). Use automation where appropriate to reduce manual processes. 4. Empower the customer through self-service - The best way to ensure adoption is through active customer interaction and simple self-serve processes. 5. Support your team - An effective team works as a collective. Be a mentor, a peer and a student. 6. Balance - Work and Life, Effort and Result. Do your best to balance in all that you do 7. Be Proud - Deliver products and services that you would be proud to put your name on. Specialties: VMware vSphere and vCloud OpenStack Microsoft Solutions Specialist Systems Architecture Systems Integration Specialist
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Getting Started with Turbonomic-Optimized OpenShift

Posted by Eric Wright on Jul 21, 2021 7:15:00 AM

In this blog post, we will show you how to get started with deploying Turbonomic-optimized OpenShift on IBM Cloud. This tutorial shows the setup steps for getting your application up and running in minutes using a few simple steps in the web console for IBM Cloud and OpenShift.

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Topics: Containers, kubernetes, OpenShift, IBM Cloud

Code. Commit. Deploy. An OpenShift Primer

Posted by Eric Wright on Jun 25, 2021 4:12:52 PM

Ever felt like building a pipeline to help you with your application deployment process? It's not as difficult as you'd think and we are going to show you just how easy it is! In this blog, we will talk about how to set up a super quick code pipeline and get started with Red Hat OpenShift, so that you can be deploying faster than ever before!

This will be an end-to-end walkthrough of setting up a simple application with code hosted on Github that you can deploy into OpenShift yourself to give you a primer on the ease-of-administration when it comes to getting applications from idea to working prototype without a single SSH or FTP session required.

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The Truths and Myths of Multi-Cloud

Posted by Eric Wright on Jun 17, 2021 12:11:54 PM

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.

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Topics: multicloud, multi-cloud

It’s a Bird. It’s a Plane. No, It’s a Supercluster!

Posted by Eric Wright on Feb 26, 2021 2:03:07 PM

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.

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3 Steps to Create Dynamic Application Dependency Maps with Turbonomic

Posted by Eric Wright on Jan 13, 2021 8:00:00 AM

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.

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Topics: Features, Applications, Customer Success, How To..., Customers

Why the Screen Utility Will Change Your Remote SSH Approach

Posted by Eric Wright on Oct 12, 2020 12:12:18 PM

It may sound bold to think that a simple Linux utility can be life changing. In a world of remote access and remote administration this nifty little program just got a whole lot more valuable. How often have you found that you want to run some long-running task on a remote server and your connection fails because of a timeout or just forgetting you had a remote session open? (hint: it happens to me a lot).

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Inside the New Platform: Turbonomic Data Cloud

Posted by Eric Wright on Oct 8, 2020 11:00:00 AM

How many times have you been chasing between tools and products to find out what is going on in your environment? We have seen incredible results with our Turbonomic Application Resource Management (ARM) across thousands of environments, and a few very interesting use-cases kept coming up that customers were experiencing.

Application performance and resource availability is critical both in real-time and over time. You already have the power of application response time in the real-time environment with Turbonomic whether with our own APEX capabilities or with our APM partners including Cisco AppDynamics, Dynatrace, New Relic, AppInsights, direct app targeting for SQL servers and web applications.

What if you could have that same insight of the relationship between resources and the application and infrastructure performance and availability with highly granular data, over a 13-month history?

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APEX Deep-Dive Part 2 – Data Ingestion Framework

Posted by Eric Wright on Oct 7, 2020 2:00:00 PM

As we talked about in the first blog about, we have our new Application Performance Extensibility (APEX) features that have been introduced for your Turbonomic 8 platform:

  • Application Technology Definition (ATD) – brand new ability to define your business applications and services using a wide variety of dynamic criteria
  • Data Ingestion Framework (DIF) – open-source declarative framework for creating customizable entities in Turbonomic ARM

The DIF is a very powerful and flexible framework which enables the ingestion of many diverse data, topology, and information sources to further DIFferentiate (see what I did there) the Turbonomic platform in what it can do for you.

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APEX Deep-Dive Part 1 – Application Topology Definition (ATD)

Posted by Eric Wright on Oct 6, 2020 5:03:54 PM

Imagine now that you get a call from the application operations team or the help desk and they tell you “customers are calling because the website is really slow”. Now what? Well, it’s actually not a problem if you have Turbonomic!

With Turbonomic 8, we have an amazing set of new capabilities that solve this problem for you in more than one way. Our new application-centric user experience has proven to be very popular with the ability to automatically propagate application and infrastructure risk visibility for all of your applications by showing you all the dependent infrastructure and service resources.

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Turbonomic 8 Now In Preview!

Posted by Eric Wright on Sep 2, 2020 1:57:39 PM

Today is a fantastic day as we share the news of our next-generation Turbonomic platform. Turbonomic 8—now in Preview—is built to scale to even the largest and most complex multi-cloud and hybrid environments as proven by our current early access customers who are each running with hundreds of thousands of objects managed by a single Turbonomic platform instance!

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