Businesses buy IT resources because they need them for their applications to perform. When applications are not performing, businesses are not running. However, when deciding how many resources to buy, IT professionals face a challenge. What type of resources do I buy, and how much? The often-unpredictable nature of application demand makes it impossible to understand exactly how many resources are needed at any given second, so businesses allocate more resources than they think will be necessary, hoping they will have so much supply that there will not be any points of congestion or resource shortages.
Small and medium-sized businesses are always competing with the technology of their corporate counterparts. Large corporations are always seeking ways to accelerate speed-to-market and reduce costs. In the world of cloud services, cloud migration may be the biggest common enabler of SMBs and enterprises alike.
Azure Monitor Logs is a feature of Azure Monitor that collects and organizes log and performance data from monitored resources. Azure Log Analytics is a tool in the Azure portal used to edit and run log queries with data in Azure Monitor Logs. Many Microsoft Azure customers use Azure Log Analytics to capture performance metrics, such as CPU usage and Memory usage.
Some six Earth Days ago in 2015, Turbonomic began a campaign to help the world reduce the amount of energy wasted in delivering digital experiences to the planet. In the intervening years, the world has seen some progress – at least compared to previous estimates that saw data centers consuming one-fifth of all global electricity produced.
There are many aspects of cloud computing CIOs, cloud engineers, and IT managers should consider when deciding to add cloud services to their infrastructure. Cost, security, performance, availability, and reliability are some common key areas to consider. Another criterion that has been added to the list recently is cloud scalability and cloud elasticity.
In the third part of our series, we talk with Boston-based Sales Development Representative, Dina Henderson, to provide a little insight into her day-to-day at Turbonomic. Read below to learn all about her journey!
Next up on our Sales Development Representative blog series, we spoke with Liam McHale, who has been at Turbonomic for 8 months. Read below to learn all about his journey as a Sales Development Representative and advice to anyone looking to pursue a career as an SDR!
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.