We are pleased to share that Turbonomic, an IBM Company, was named to Inc. 5000’s list of fastest growing private companies for the sixth time! This list represents the most successful companies within the American economy – notable alumni include Microsoft, Intuit, LinkedIn, Zappos, and Patagonia. After receiving this honor in 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, and now 2021, we are excited that Turbonomic’s track-record of customer and employee satisfaction, consistent revenue growth, and partnership momentum was culminated by IBM’s recent acquisition of Turbonomic.
The event of the season is right around the corner: Apps ON Cloud Summit!
Turbonomic is thrilled to be hosting this virtual event, bringing together some of the biggest names in tech to discuss the most prevalent challenges IT organizations face—and how to solve them.
For any digital business, applications are what connect you to your customer. Leading organizations are leveraging public cloud and cloud native to innovate faster, grow their business, and delight their customers. But the promise of the modern technology is often unfilled as organizations grapple with the complexity and cultural shifts they bring along with them.
Businesses are increasingly relying on applications to connect with their customers. This year has tested their digital dexterity as they look to provide a reliable and rewarding end user experience. It’s also never been more challenging to deliver on this promise.
Today, we are excited to announce that Turbonomic has acquired SevOne, the world’s most scalable data platform for real-time performance management. We couldn’t be happier to welcome the team and their customers to the Turbo family.
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Today, we made our fourth consecutive appearance on the Forbes Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world! We’re also delighted to see a number of our partners on the list!
Many in the IT industry would label 2018 as the “Year of the Cloud Rush.”
As the IT industry has evolved over recent years, it has seen the clear and rapid movement towards software-defined infrastructure at every layer of the stack. Software-defined, API-accessible infrastructure also opened the door for the next phase of evolution with what Gartner has categorized as “AI Ops”, a further evolution beyond traditional silo-focused, human dependent, operations management.