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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

AWS re:Invent 2020: Reflections of a Cloud CTO

Posted by Jacob Ben-David on Jan 11, 2021 7:45:00 AM

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently wrapped up their annual conference. Due to the global pandemic, this conference was delivered exclusively online over a three-week period free for all attendees.

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Topics: News, AWS, Events, Cloud

Data Cloud Deep Dive: December 2020 Customer Quarterly Webinar Summary

Posted by Chris Graham on Jan 4, 2021 2:45:10 PM

Why We Built Data Cloud

Have you ever been asked one of the following questions?

  • "Was there a server outage?
  • "Why is my app slow?"
  • "Do I need a bigger VM?"
  • "Do I need more storage?"
  • "What host has that VM been on?"
  • "What happened at 4 p.m. yesterday with my app?"
  • "What am I paying for?"
  • "What is on that cluster?"
  • "What does the load at month end look like?"
We're willing to bet with virtual certainty that you've been asked all of these questions at some point in your IT career. They are central to the primary divide that exists between Applications and Infrastructure teams—and plague even the most well-run DevOps teams—and they are the questions that prevent IT from running as efficiently and performant as possible.

Last month, Turbonomic experts Brian Promes and Tom Griffin gave customers an inside look at our brand new Performance Data Warehouse: Turbonomic Data Cloud, which was invented with the sole purpose of closing the Apps-Ops divide once and for all. If you missed it, you can catch the full recording here, or keep reading for a synopsis and key excerpts.

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Topics: Data Cloud, Infrastructure and Operations, Webinar, Customers

Resilience: The Solid Foundation for a Record-Breaking Quarter

Posted by Tom Murphy on Dec 16, 2020 9:00:00 AM

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.

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Open for Business: Cisco Intersight Workload Optimizer is Now Available

Posted by Bali Kuchipudi on Dec 10, 2020 10:30:00 AM

I am excited to announce that Cisco Intersight Workload Optimizer (IWO) is Generally Available (GA). IWO is the result of a successful OEM and engineering partnership between Cisco and Turbonomic. The respective teams have worked endlessly to deliver a solution that exceeds all customer expectations.

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Celebrating Community Action Day at Turbonomic

Posted by Meghan Shipp on Nov 6, 2020 11:15:00 AM

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.

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Taking A Customer-Centric Approach During COVID

Posted by Martha Kramer on Nov 5, 2020 9:30:00 AM

The ongoing pandemic has changed the dynamics of how people throughout the world lead their lives, interact with others, and prioritize their purchases. Many industries have experienced drastic fluctuations in demand in concert with a forced shift to work-from-home conditions that has made it difficult for them to provide for their employees and service their customers.

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Cloud Migration Strategy: Lift & Shift vs. Optimized Migration

Posted by Mary Nachimov on Oct 26, 2020 8:27:41 AM

What is the right cloud migration strategy for your business?

Cloud migration is simply the process of moving applications from the current environment to the Cloud. Traditionally, companies have pursued a cloud migration strategy of moving on-premises VMs to the Cloud. However, recently, there is a rise in Cloud to Cloud migration among customers that want to avoid vendor lock-in and adopt a multi-cloud strategy.

Whether you are just testing the waters or well-versed in Cloud computing, Cloud migration is a core process in the global digital transformation that's been accelerated due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to IDC, “COVID-19 accelerated digitization as organizations were forced to innovate rapidly in response to a combination of regulations (e.g., working from home) and a rapidly changing business environment.” (Source: IDC Worldwide Whole Cloud Forecast, 2020-2024. Oct 2020, Doc #US46020420)

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Topics: cloud migration, Cloud, cloud optimization

Election Volatility on Wall Street, not in its data centers

Posted by Iddo Avneri on Oct 19, 2020 5:36:42 PM

A recent report in Bloomberg quoted Goldman Sachs analysts predicting that volatility in US markets will spike after election day. Their conclusions, based on options activity, back up a feeling that many share on Wall St: volatility is high and only going to increase as we move deeper into the fall.

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Optimization Master Class: Proving Elasticity Through Percentiles!

Posted by Ryan McDonald & Hubert Leung on Oct 19, 2020 9:15:00 AM


As software and customer demand endlessly evolve, so too must the Virtual Machines and the mechanics for sizing those Virtual Machines. Whether the VMs are hosted in your On-Premises clusters or scattered across various cloud regions in AWS and Azure, scaling these VMs and ensuring application performance continues to be a difficult challenge (and many folks’ full-time jobs).

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