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How to Build an Executive Dashboard Your CIO Will Love

Posted by Patrick Parish on Jan 12, 2017 8:43:37 AM

With Turbonomic deployed in your environment you are enjoying guaranteed health and performance - and with customizable dashboards you are able to really show off how well managed your environment is.

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Topics: Features

How to Manage SLAs and Sizing in VDI Environments

Posted by Matt Ray on Dec 5, 2016 8:12:51 AM

Assuring Performance in a VDI Environment

VDI workloads are some of our most critical workloads. When the VDI environment is running slow, or even down, we’re guaranteed to hear from the end users. And, it has the added challenge of being a very complex and dynamic environment.

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Topics: End-User Computing, Features

Data Center Consolidation with Turbonomic

Posted by Bosheng Song on Nov 17, 2016 8:30:51 AM

From NASA retiring its 45,000 sq ft data center to the U.S. Federal government saving more than $2.8 billion, many of the biggest data center owners in the world are making the long-term effort to scale their data centers more efficiently by consolidating the current hardware on an ongoing basis. Trying to figure out if there is more “juice” in a densely deployed virtual environment might be one of the most challenging but also expected progression of IT operations. Their increasing demand for more efficient computing power and storage space makes the growth of a scalable and elastic data center a necessity.

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Topics: Features, Servers and Hardware

How to prevent I/O intensive tasks from bringing down your VDI environment

Posted by Matt Ray on Nov 3, 2016 8:52:41 AM

VDI adds additional complexity to already complicated virtualized infrastructures. End-users demand a local PC like experience, while high densities place additional demand on compute and storage. Both Citrix XenDesktop and VMware Horizon provide a robust portfolio of VDI options, depending on the needs of your business. The nature of VDI, however, necessitates real-time analytics and management in order to consistently deliver a reliable end user experience.

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Topics: Features

Turbonomic Proactive Support: Why use it and how to turn it on

Posted by Murphy Vandervelde on Oct 4, 2016 8:58:37 AM

We pride ourselves on developing the best quality product but we also understand that software is never perfect. So, if an issue arises in our software we want to fix said issue as quickly as possible. Following our philosophy around enabling our customers to proactively manage their virtual and cloud environments, we now offer Proactive Support on the Turbonomic platform. This capability notifies users before issues arises with their Turbonomic instance.

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Topics: Features

How to Improve Your Capacity Planning Formula

Posted by Iddo Avneri on Sep 13, 2016 8:50:06 AM

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Capacity planners are often faced with a difficult decision to make, because much of their job requires balancing the challenging tradeoff between application performance and infrastructure efficiency. The responsibility of the capacity planner is to understand when more hardware is needed to assure application performance, while at the same time, avoiding wasted hardware. The traditional approach involves figuring out the current excess capacity, then trying to match it with future growth. This is usually done against key metrics such as CPU and memory.

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Topics: Features, Virtualization

CIO’s Perspective On What Turbonomic Has Done for Me Lately

Posted by Iddo Avneri on Aug 24, 2016 5:00:44 PM

Turbonomic is a pretty unique product for many reasons. One of my favorite is ease of installation and time to ROI. Typically when a new customer joins the family we provide an RSE (Rapid Success Engagement), consisting of 2 days of training and 2 days of professional services. Generally speaking, after that quick engagement a customer already has Turbonomic controlling parts of their environment.

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Topics: Features

A Closer Look at VMTurbo’s Transition to Turbonomic

Posted by Geeta Sachdev on Aug 17, 2016 8:00:27 AM

Today, VMTurbo made an exciting change that's also an important milestone in our company history: VMTurbo is now Turbonomic.

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Topics: Features

Operations Manager 5.6 User Interface Improvements for Large Scale Implementations

Posted by Yoni Friedman on Jun 29, 2016 3:46:17 PM

VMTurbo Operations Manager release of 5.6 includes substantial improvements to its user interface, resulting from our engineering team’s tireless approach towards customer satisfaction. This blogpost describes the main improvements introduced to the user interface, intended to address both general and specific customer use cases, and make it easier for our customers to get their environment to its desired state.

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Topics: Features

Turbonomic 5.6 extends control to any generic JVM

Posted by Nick Joseph on Jun 23, 2016 5:06:00 PM

With Turbonomic’s 5.6 release, we are introducing the Generic Java Virtual Machine (JVM) support. Turbonomic extends its control to JVMs such as Websphere, Weblogic, JBoss, and Tomcat to all JVM platforms. As part of our application control features, the Generic JVM integration provides your application and infrastructure teams the understanding of resource consumption on the application layer by adding heap utilization and garbage collection time for JVM applications into Turbonomic’s abstraction layer.

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Topics: Features

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