We have more dynamic infrastructure options than ever before and it’s growing every single day. We also see organizations and teams still struggling with the challenge of managing software licensing and reconciling the cost of licenses alongside the day-to-day challenges of operating application infrastructure.
This is the second blog in a series that will cover the most pressing challenges, opportunities, best practices, and first steps for organizations on their path towards green IT. Check out the first blog, Four Roadblocks to Green IT, here.
Enterprise companies can save up to 70% on compute costs by committing to short- or long-term usage. So why aren’t all businesses using Reserved Instances for their applications? The reason is that purchasing, renewing, and managing the usage or coverage of Reserved Instances is extremely complex.
When the ecommerce industry boomed in the early 2000s it ushered in the API era. Information was being shared at a rapid pace and businesses realized they could use this data to improve digital experiences. The Application Programming Interface (API) created a way for information in one application to be easily available to other applications, allowing developers and programmers to transform the customer experience.
There is no doubt that sustainability has quickly become a top business initiative – regardless of industry, company size, or geography. We are excited to launch this first blog as a part of an upcoming series that will cover the most pressing challenges, opportunities, best practices, and first steps for organizations on their path towards green IT.
Turbonomic Application Resource Manager (ARM) is a fantastic AIops platform to ensure that performance is assured from Application through to Array while maintaining operational governance and efficiency. In this article we focus on 5 ways to get the most out of Turbonomic ARM when it comes to Storage Operations with a real-world example at the end.
We are thrilled to announce that Turbonomic now supports Google Cloud with the latest release of 8.4.2. This is a huge step in supporting our customers who want to take advantage of the unique services that the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has to offer.
As you increase use of public cloud resources, how do you make sure that you're winding down and consolidating the data center to optimize performance and cost? Data centers are expensive to maintain. It's not uncommon for an organization with three data centers to spend millions annually on these facilities.
A lift and shift strategy can quickly move the “needle” on your organization’s digital transformation process due to time constrains. This strategy can even provide a way to validate the benefits of moving your business applications to the public cloud. The number one benefit of using public cloud is cloud elasticity and only paying for what you use. It doesn’t matter which of the top three public cloud providers your company has selected, a lift and shift strategy can still be applied and provide value for cloud migrations.
Application modernization is a process, not an event. Many cloud-native apps have been developed for the cloud, but there are also legacy applications that need to be migrated to this new environment. It can be challenging to decide what cloud architecture will work best for your organization and how you should go about migrating all your existing data.
We are sharing our most often cited 11 steps towards developing a cloud strategy where organizations can modernize their application and infrastructure operations by moving their applications from on-premises servers to hybrid cloud and public cloud architectures.