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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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Learn What's New in Turbonomic 6.2

Posted by Eric Wright on Sep 18, 2018 8:48:24 AM

Another important milestone for Turbonomic has been achieved with the official release of version 6.2 of the industry-leading workload automation platform for hybrid cloud.  Our team has been both listening and leading to the industry through our customers and our growing and excited community.  The launch of Turbonomic 6.2 marks another step forward in a well thought out roadmap towards bringing modern workload automation to the full-stack across hybrid environments.

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Setting up Turbonomic 6.1 - You're a Wizard, Harry!

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:44 AM

If you are a newcomer to Turbonomic, it is important to have a smooth and quick deployment to let you see just how quickly the value comes from the platform. The launch of Turbonomic 6.1 has kept this in mind as we introduced a new guided deployment wizard.

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Application-Aware Infrastructure with Cisco AppDynamics and Turbonomic

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:36 AM

Filling out our portfolio of powerful new features inside Turbonomic 6.1 is the addition of out-of-the-box APM integration for a truly application-aware infrastructure automation platform. While some products lay claim to having more monitoring, that does not solve the challenge of delivering workload performance through automation driven by application QoS.

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Putting the RI in RightSize with Turbonomic 6.1

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:30 AM

Another incredibly powerful addition to the Turbonomic platform with the 6.1 release is the addition of more capabilities and actions for Reserved Instances on the pubic cloud. Continued innovation within the platform and by our partner cloud providers has led to very exciting updates which help unlock the ultimate combination performance while delivering the optimal efficiency and savings for your cloud compute instances.

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Executive Dashboards in Turbonomic 6.1

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:23 AM

One of the popularly asked for views in the Turbonomic community is a top-level view for both the on-premises and the cloud environments. Having this executive-level view helps to illustrate the value that your environment is getting thanks to Turbonomic. In the 6.1 release, we are proud to have these views available with our newly created Executive Dashboards.

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Turbonomic 6.1: Optimize my Cloud? Yes, Please!

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:14 AM

A great new feature with Turbonomic 6.1 is the new Optimize Cloud plan. The ease of access to this popular modelling scenario makes it even quicker to get the most out of your cloud spend without sacrificing performance. Thanks to more advanced integration of Reserved Instances for cloud platforms with 6.1, you will see the best possible matching of your cloud workload demand to the ideal instance type while most effectively using your existing Reserved Instance inventory. Not only that, but you will get real-time actions showing which Reserved Instances to purchase and in which region to do so.

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Introducing Turbonomic 6.1 - Leading the Charge towards AI Ops

Posted by Eric Wright on May 2, 2018 8:28:09 AM

The evolution of hybrid computing has led to some of the most exciting innovations in both the technology and the business outcomes we gain as a result. The industry has widely understood and embraced the value of automation in getting to a more effective state of IT to drive the best results for your business organization.

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Mitigating Meltdown/Spectre Patch Performance Challenges with Turbonomic

Posted by Eric Wright on Jan 9, 2018 3:30:22 PM

The patches for the recent Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities have been released, or are pending, from every major operating system and virtualization vendor as I write this (Forbes list of active patches: Here Are All The Available Fixes You Need For Those Huge Chip Hacks).  We have seen the launch of the information about the exploits recently as was covered here (Preparing for the Uncertainty and Risk of Meltdown and Spectre ) and the details are becoming more clear on the effects of the patching results.  There are many reports from cloud and on-premises consumers who are seeing measurable impact after the resulting patches.  There are no common or average metrics, but the reports are that it is a real and impactful reduction in performance.

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Preparing for the Uncertainty and Risk of Meltdown and Spectre

Posted by Eric Wright on Jan 7, 2018 11:47:49 AM

At the moment, nearly every sysadmin and security admin of the world is looking for answers to the real impact of Meltdown/Spectre – and finding even more questions about how their systems will be affected and the potential undetected issues that have already been exploited.

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2017 and How Turbonomic is Driving the Future of Hybrid Cloud Management

Posted by Eric Wright on Jan 4, 2018 9:00:45 AM

There is little doubt that the IT industry is expanding rapidly and fighting to find its footing as hybrid infrastructure becomes the de facto standard at many or most organizations.  2017 proved this out in many ways.  I witnessed it throughout events from every aspect of IT.  This year saw Turbonomic representing our platform and customers at every major vendor and community event with a message that got resounding positive feedback.

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