Today, Turbonomic is announcing support for AWS GovCloud and Azure Government Cloud and it is generally available to all Turbonomic customers. These clouds have been designed to address explicit regulatory and compliance requirements for U.S. government agencies and customers who have more sensitive workloads they want to deploy in the cloud.
Today, we're going to look at a real-world case study that demonstrates how to roll out smarter resourcing for cloud-based apps and the impact this has on solving key challenges like cultural change and embracing automation.
Is your company looking for ways to work smarter in the ever-changing world? For many businesses, the cloud offers the solutions they’re looking for.
An Azure Resource Group is a required grouping for all your Azure VMs. In this post, we’ll look into what this group structure actually means – and how you can use it for better governance and resource management for your infrastructure.
Almost 70% of enterprise companies have transferred their infrastructure and software to the cloud. As such, it is little wonder those who have not yet moved to cloud wish to do the same. The last thing you would want for your company is to fall behind handling your own online infrastructure when it no longer makes sense.
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.
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.
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.
Microsoft Azure was officially launched in 2010 (back then, it was named Windows Azure Platform) and Azure’s SQL Services, SQL Azure, was one of the first cloud-based relational database services and one of the first services offered by Microsoft upon launch.