Turbonomic was built on the premise that today's virtualized and cloud environments are beyond human scale to manage. Our founders envisioned a single platform that applies economic principles to manage IT resources.
IBM and Turbonomic Partner to Help Customers Assure Application Performance in a Multicloud World
Apr 6, 2020
IBM and Turbonomic have partnered together to deliver the power of continuous application performance to IBM’s multicloud management solutions.
2020 State of Multicloud Survey Reveals Key Takeaways for CIOs Tackling Digital Transformation
February 27, 2020
Our 2020 survey of over 900 IT professionals examines the underlying dynamics fueling cloud-native, container, and multicloud adoption. The data highlights the technologies and behaviors of leading organizations, representing key learnings for CIOs leading the charge into the digital age.
Turbonomic Showcasing Application Resource Management at AWS re:Invent 2019
December 2, 2019
Leveraging its next-gen SaaS offering, Turbonomic will demonstrate how customers can deliver continuous performance at the lowest cost for applications running on Amazon Web Services.
Turbonomic Announces New Free Observability Tool to Give Developers Full-Stack Context for Microservice Applications
November 18, 2019
Lemur packages open source observability tools—Grafana, Kiali, and Jaeger—with Turbonomic full-stack context to help developers understand the performance of their microservices in the context of the application resource stack.
Turbonomic Acquires SevOne
November 4, 2019
The acquisition enables Turbonomic and SevOne to deliver customers with application performance that is simple, scalable and self-managing.
Recent Media Coverage
Multicloud spending: 8 tips to lower costs
October 2, 2019
Overspending on your multi-cloud strategy? IT leaders and multicloud experts share their best advice on how to optimize costs – and avoid unnecessary waste when using multiple cloud providers.
Turbonomic Automates Container Resizing
September 25, 2019
Turbonomic has expanded the capabilities of its application resource management (ARM) platform to enable IT teams to optimize and scale infrastructure resources for Kubernetes clusters automatically in real-time by resizing the containers that make up a cloud-native application.
Forbes Cloud 100
Sepbember 25, 2019
For the fourth consecutive year, Turbonomic has been named to the Forbes Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world.
The Top 2 Challenges of Next-Gen Applications
September 25, 2019
To truly leverage the agility and elasticity of the cloud, architects and DevOps personnel of future applications will choose a combination of services, and as a result will also have to deal with the complexity that comes with it. Before choosing an application architecture, you have to evaluate the challenges of operating at scale. You have to understand all implications on cost and performance.