The last few months have been a test of resilience for us all – we’ve persevered through a global health crisis, economic uncertainty, the heightened impacts of climate change, and racial injustice… all leading up to one of the most contentious U.S. presidential elections of our time. It has never been more important to show compassion for our employees, customers, and extended community, and to lead with empathy.
Turbonomic is thrilled to announce that we have been named an EMA Vendor to Watch! This designation is awarded to companies that deliver unique customer value or provide value in innovative ways. It honors vendors that dare to go off the beaten path and have defined their own market niches – Turbonomic’s market niche being Application Resource Management (ARM). This designation categorizes Turbonomic’s ARM as a leading solution in the AIOps market for its valuable combination of analytics and automation that produce revolutionizing AI.
As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, our number one goal is to help our customers by supporting their business continuity efforts – for example, we are already seeing how COVID-19 has transformed cloud optimization. As many of our customers have realized, global supply chains are one of the many areas impacted by the pandemic. IT organizations are faced with the question: How will these supply chain disruptions impact my business, and how can I best prepare?
Today is Earth Day! While combatting climate change is something we should think about daily, today serves as an international reminder of our duty to protect our planet and all of those who inhabit it. As we simultaneously battle a global pandemic, our sustainability efforts are going to look a bit different - this year, Earth Day is going digital. Thankfully, there is still plenty we can do from the comfort of our homes to help solve the climate crisis.
On behalf of everyone at Turbonomic, we hope our customers, partners, employees, and community had a wonderful International Women’s Day! Every day, we are inspired by the grit and compassion that our women colleagues lead with. International Women’s Day (IWD) is an opportunity to not only show appreciation for the incredible women in our lives, but also shed light on the work that still needs to be done to achieve gender equality.
As is the case with many new technologies, “observability” can take on different meanings depending on who you’re talking to. In conversations with customers, analysts, and reading what’s online, we’ve seen and heard a few definitions.
Assuring application performance to enable a seamless customer experience is at the forefront of organizations’ application transformation initiatives. To deliver on customer expectations, organizations are using containers and other cloud native technologies to reap benefits like agility and faster time-to-market – but with that comes complexity and high rates of change on a scale that teams are struggling to manage.
Last week, Turbonomic’s employee resource group, DevelopHer, showed their support for the Boston Museum of Science’s inaugural Sci-K. This 5K walk and run was in support of making children’s STEM programming at the museum more accessible and affordable to all – donations went to programs that allow foster families and classrooms to visit the museum for free, encouraging the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians. Children and adults alike donned their most innovative, STEM-themed costumes – from dinosaurs to astronauts, the enthusiasm for STEM was incredibly energizing.
IDC is a leading provider of global market intelligence, advisory services, and events. Their analysis informs and helps IT professionals, business executives, and investors make fact-based decisions to achieve their key business objectives.
Many customers rely on this important analyst community to guide, inform, prepare, and navigate their most strategic business and IT initiatives.
We thought it would helpful to highlight a few IDC reports that dig into some of the biggest IT industry challenges and opportunities customers are facing.
We are incredibly proud to share that four of Turbo’s channel leaders have been recognized as CRN 2019 Women of the Channel, an annual list that honors women for their leadership and impact on their organization’s channel program as well as vision and expertise.