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Kubernetes Monitoring Tools: A Guide
It’s widely accepted that the standard for creating cloud native applications is Kubernetes, and while this software has solved key challenges, it has also introduced new complications. It didn’t take long before operators realized that...
Kubernetes Automation: 3 Essential Features
Taking every advantage of Kubernetes automation is critical for operating at scale. Kubernetes as a container orchestrator will ensure pods are scheduled, but if you’re looking to use Kubernetes to build a platform that facilitates...
Code. Commit. Deploy. An OpenShift Primer
Ever felt like building a pipeline to help you with your application deployment process? It’s not as difficult as you’d think and we are going to show you just how easy it is! In this...
The Truths and Myths of Multi-Cloud
It’s no secret that the cloud has been a disruptive technology, and as it is still an emerging field of computing in relative terms of the age of some services, there are many misconceptions about...
What Is Cloud Migration Strategy?
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...
On The Subject Of Cloud
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....
10 Surefire Benefits of Cloud Migration in 2021
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...
Cloud Elasticity vs Cloud Scalability
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....
A Day in the Life in Sales: Dina Henderson

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!

A Day in the Life in Sales: Liam McHale
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...
Deep Roots and Fresh Starts
You may be here because you want to find out more about Turbonomic or why I recently joined the firm as VP of Strategic Alliances. Thanks for stopping by and Happy New Year. I’m about...
Unlocking the Highest Value of Cloud Optimization
The overwhelming complexity of multicloud has created well-known challenges for organizations as they implement new technologies. Despite these obstacles, the pressure to deliver seamless customer experiences has never been higher. And while assuring application performance...
Celebrating Community Action Day at Turbonomic
The last few months have been a test of resilience for us all – we’ve persevered through a global health crisis, economic uncertainty, the heightened impacts of climate change, and racial injustice… all leading up...
Taking A Customer-Centric Approach During COVID
The ongoing pandemic has changed the dynamics of how people throughout the world lead their lives, interact with others, and prioritize their purchases. Many industries have experienced drastic fluctuations in demand in concert with a...
Inside the New Platform: Turbonomic Data Cloud
How many times have you been chasing between tools and products to find out what is going on in your environment? We have seen incredible results with our Turbonomic Application Resource Management (ARM) across thousands...
Welcome to Turbonomic Data Cloud
Turbonomic Data Cloud, the Performance Data Warehouse for AIOps, extends Turbonomic Application Resource Management (ARM) with historical reporting and analytics to assure continuous application performance in real time and over time. This post outlines the...
APEX Deep-Dive Part 2 – Data Ingestion Framework
As we talked about in the first blog about, we have our new Application Performance Extensibility (APEX) features that have been introduced for your Turbonomic 8 platform: Application Technology Definition (ATD) – brand new ability to...
Turbonomic 8 Now In Preview!
Today is a fantastic day as we share the news of our next-generation Turbonomic platform. Turbonomic 8—now in Preview—is built to scale to even the largest and most complex multi-cloud and hybrid environments as proven...
Becoming a Cloud Hero
Like all major technology revolutions, the cloud brings with it the mysticism of new technology, the fear of the unknown, and the opportunity to master a whole new set of challenges. It can be awesome...
Turbonomic Recognized as an EMA Vendor to Watch
Turbonomic is thrilled to announce that we have been named an EMA Vendor to Watch! This designation is awarded to companies that deliver unique customer value or provide value in innovative ways. It honors vendors that dare to go off the beaten path and have defined their...
Takeaways from Turbonomic Live
Turbonomic recently hosted its first virtual conference, Turbonomic Live. Joined by leaders from AWS, IBM, Microsoft, SevOne, ParkMyCloud, Allergan and Carhartt, the conference was centered around how companies can maintain business resiliency through an ever-changing...
Infrastructure Teams, are you Application Aware?
Infrastructure teams focus on keeping existing applications performant and available, meeting agreed upon Service Level Agreement (SLA), while helping the business innovate. Application owners focus their efforts on developing new capabilities, driving innovation and tend...
Application owners, are you infrastructure aware?
Application owners focus their efforts on developing new capabilities, driving innovation and tend to be agile. IT operations teams focus on keeping existing applications performant and available, meeting agreed upon Service Level Agreement (SLA), while...
Evolution of Enterprise Applications and Performance
Applications are at the heart of every business and power the way enterprises interact with customers, employees, and suppliers. By 2023, IDC predicts that the global economy will finally reach “digital supremacy” with more than half of...
Turbonomic and IBM Announce OEM Agreement

Today, Turbonomic has announced our OEM agreement with IBM. IBM will immediately begin selling IBM Application Resource Management (ARM) for Cloud Native Applications. This agreement strengthens our existing partnership with IBM and recognizes their commitment to bringing Turbonomic ARM to a broader market.  

Mastering Cloud Cost Optimization: The Principles

Welcome to the first article of Turbonomic’s new blog series, ‘Mastering Cloud Cost Optimization.’ This blog series is designed to provide tactical guidance and information on decreasing cloud costs – without negatively affecting application performance.

5 Reasons to Attend Turbonomic Live
IT is changing now more than ever, and IT leaders are at the forefront of ensuring Business Continuity during disruptive times. The COVID-19 crisis is driving a rapid evolution of IT best practices and use...
A Letter to Turbonomic Customers
Today, we face a challenge and uncertainty that none of us could have imagined. The global COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected our way of life.  Presently, it continues to introduce new challenges daily.  Our thoughts...
Kubernetes Resource Management Best Practices

Most customers I come across who already run containerized applications are dealing with the complexities of managing multiple resources needed for their environments. I find that there are 2 types of challenges:

Cisco Announces Intersight Workload Optimizer
At Cisco Live Europe, Cisco announced Intersight Workload Optimizer. Cisco Intersight Workload Optimizer is a new offering that enables customers to assure application performance from on-premises (UCS, HyperFlex & 3rd party infrastructure) to cloud (AWS, Azure). Cisco Intersight...
What is Vendor Lock-In?

There is an ongoing discussion (read:argument) around something that is like the Voldemort of technology: vendor lock-in.

Why People are Moving Towards Microservices

Let me start by giving my one line view of the reason for the uprising in awareness of microservices, containers, SDN and the ever-present SDDC (Software-Defined Data Center): This is about agility, not speed.

What is Hybrid Cloud: The 3 W’s You Need to Know
Few people will argue that public clouds haven’t dramatically changed the industry in the past few years. There has been a tremendous increase in popularity of public cloud services such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft’s...
In Sickness or In Health
A recent blog post from VMware’s CTO office discusses “DRS Pairwise Balancing”, an allegedly improved version of DRS in vSphere 6.5 and later. “This new feature”, the blog proclaims, “is needed as clusters keep on growing larger...
Introduction to AWS Savings Plans
On November 6, Amazon announced a new discount model called Savings Plans.  We’ll review the changes and benefits in just a moment but before we jump into the details, let’s review the complexity to manage “legacy”...
New Cisco WOM ACE Certification Program
With over 230 Cisco WOM customers and counting, Vice President of Global Technical EducationOrna Kliger realized that those customers needed a certification program taught in their environment. She tasked Senior Education Architect David Fiore and the rest of the ACE Certification team...
A Brief History of Multicluster Kubernetes
This post was originally published here. The community has been on a Kubernetes multi-cluster journey since 2015 and we’ve learned a lot along the way. As we approach KubeCon North America in San Diego, I’d like...
Welcome SevOne to the Turbonomic Family!

Today, we are excited to announce that Turbonomic has acquired SevOne, the world’s most scalable data platform for real-time performance management. We couldn’t be happier to welcome the team and their customers to the Turbo family.

3 Ways to Avoid Cloud Lock-In
If you’re a regular reader of this blog or have ever had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Shmuel Kliger about how IT is managed today, you know that thresholds hold a special place in “IT hell”...
Democratizing STEM: Breaking Down Barriers for Women
Last week, Turbonomic’s employee resource group, DevelopHer, showed their support for the Boston Museum of Science’s inaugural Sci-K. This 5K walk and run was in support of making children’s STEM programming at the museum more...
Analyst Perspective: Application Resource Management
IDC is a leading provider of global market intelligence, advisory services, and events. Their analysis informs and helps IT professionals, business executives, and investors make fact-based decisions to achieve their key business objectives. Many customers...
Vertical Scaling in a Horizontal World
One of the key concepts in Jim Collin’s book ‘Built to Last’ is that important decisions are often not binary. For example, you don’t have to decide between being disciplined or creative. You also don’t...
Exercising Your Voice to Build a Diverse Culture
Earlier this month, Turbonomic launched DevelopHer – our first Employee Resource Group. To celebrate the forming of this group, we hosted a Launch Event across all our global offices. The event was a resounding success...
Humans of Turbonomic Part 4

In the fourth part of our series, we talk to Taylor Butler, who has been at Turbonomic for 1 year and 7 months. Read below to learn all about his journey!

Humans of Turbonomic Part 3

In the third part of our series, we talk to Jenna Kominski, who has been at Turbonomic for 1 year and 2 months. Read below to learn all about her journey!

Bring Unmatched Performance to VMware Horizon VDI
Turbonomic 6.4 introduces a variety of new features and integrations. Updates to the VMware Horizon VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) integration are among the new capabilities which have our customers extremely excited to be able to...
Bring Unmatched Performance to VMware vSAN and HCI
We are extremely excited to announce the addition of new features in Turbonomic 6.4 for customers who are running VMware vSAN and VMware hyperconverged environments. With this new integration we are about to profile application...
Humans of Turbonomic Part 2

In the second part of our series, we talk to Meghan Shipp, who has been at Turbonomic for 1 year and 7 months. Read below to learn all about her journey!

Humans of Turbonomic: Part 1
In this continuing blog series, we will be interviewing the employees of Turbonomic to find out more about what they do, why they do it, and why green is their favorite color. You will hear...
Mastering Spring Framework 5, Part 2: Spring WebFlux
Spring WebFlux introduces reactive web development to the Spring ecosystem. This article will get you started with reactive systems and reactive programming with Spring. First you’ll find out why reactive systems are important and how...
How to Plan Your Cloud Migration
Digital transformation and cloud migration have achieved a symbiotic relationship between applications and delivery of business services: digital transformation extends legacy applications and manual processes into the cloud and the cloud provides the means to...
Turbonomic and AppDynamics Extend Partnership
As the industry leader in Application Resource Management (ARM), Turbonomic is excited to be an inaugural member of the AppDynamics Integration Partner Program (IPP). AppDynamics is an industry leader in Application Performance Management (APM). The combination of...
Congrats to Turbo’s Women of the Channel!
We are incredibly proud to share that four of Turbo’s channel leaders have been recognized as CRN 2019 Women of the Channel, an annual list that honors women for their leadership and impact on their...
KubeHunt 2019
May is here, and that means event season is in its early stages. With that being said, we are so excited to be sponsoring KubeCon in Barcelona! From May 20th– 23rd, join us at the...
What It Means to be Part of Turbo Nation
For the second consecutive year, Turbonomic has been named to Inc. magazine’s Best Workplaces list, an annual ranking of private American companies that, according to Inc., “have created exceptional workplaces through vibrant cultures, deep employee...
The Container Conundrum
Driven by an acute need for IT modernization, organizations often require multiple cloud deployments to satisfy the demands of multiple applications and departments. In fact, we recently found that more than 8 in 10 IT...
Mastering Spring Framework 5, Part 1: Spring MVC
Spring MVC is the Spring framework’s traditional library for building Java web applications. It is one of the most popular web frameworks for building fully functional Java web applications and RESTful web services. In this...
Top 6 AWS Training Books
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of Amazon’s most profitable areas, with its popularity growing rapidly. AWS is a secure cloud services platforms that offers database storage, content delivery, compute power, and much more!  With all...
Climbing the Cloud Optimization Curve

It’s the 7th of the month and your CFO just received another cloud bill. Again, just like many times before, it has reached an all-time high much sooner than predicted or budgeted for. Sound familiar?

The Best 7 DevOps Books for Beginners
With benefits like better security, environment stability, improved collaboration, and more, there’s no wonder why DevOps is evolving at a rapid pace. In order to properly implement this cultural shift into your workplace, you have to...
Serverless Computing with AWS Lambda, Part 2
The first half of this article presented an overview of serverless computing with AWS Lambda, including building, deploying, and testing AWS Lambda functions in an example Java application. In Part 2, you’ll learn how to integrate Lambda...
Reasons We’re Thankful to be Part of TurboNation
We’re right in the middle of the holiday season and people are celebrating… whether it’s Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, Chinese New Year and even those of us who aren’t affiliated to any of these still...
Serverless Computing with AWS Lambda, Part 1
Serverless computing may be the hottest thing in cloud computing today, but what, exactly, is it? This two-part tutorial starts with an overview of serverless computing–from what it is, to why it’s considered disruptive to...
A Culture of High Performance
Adding to our blog series on our company values, we wanted to get some perspective on our “performance culture” that sits at the core of how we operate and why we’ve grown so quickly. We...
Three Patterns of the Modern CIO
The quest of the modern CIO is much different than it may have been in the not too distant past.  Recent years shows that more CIOs are leveraging and even demanding new IT operational models...
Reflections on a 3-Year Turboversary
Career development is always a hot topic and at Turbonomic we’ve made some huge progress in our programs and processes to enable career growth opportunities for our global employees. Each quarter, we get to celebrate...
Turbonomic Halloween 2018
Another Turbonomic Halloween is wrapped up and finished. It was great to see all the creative costumes, office treats and of course the fun that was had by all. Check out a slideshow of our...
Our Devotion to Transparency

Company transparency is a hot button topic these days, but how are we at Turbonomic addressing transparency? It’s one of our core values, so let’s take a look at a few ways we remain transparent.

Career Growth with Catherine Kellogg
Turbonomic has a culture of learners who stretch their boundaries and challenge themselves to become better each and every day. This constant learning is what fuels our success and keeps the work interesting. One person...
Microsoft Ignite 2018 – A View From the Event
Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Envision are running in Orlando with a 30,000+ crowd and lots of excitement about what’s happening both on-premises and in the Azure cloud.  The events are split between Ignite, geared towards...
Experiences of Working Remotely in Seattle
Continuing on our spotlight series of our remote workforce, we caught up with Rick Ochs who is a Senior Product Manager here at Turbonomic. He works out of his home in the Seattle area where...
How Remote Employees Stay Connected
Dallas DeMarr, our Technical Content Strategist lives almost 2,000 miles away from the Turbonomic Headquarters here in Boston and has been working remotely for over a year now. He provided a ‘day in the life’...
What it’s Like to Work Remotely at Turbonomic
Turbonomic offers flexibility for our workforce whether they’re based at our Headquarters, one of our global offices, or you’re remote. The company is continuing to improve the ways we connect and communicate with the goal...
Overcoming Challenges with the Company’s Support
By 2020 it’s estimated that 83%+ of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud. This transformation introduces an ever-increasing set of complex tradeoffs for IT staff, such as; whether to place workloads on-premises or public...
Self-Managing Kubernetes on Bare Metal
Kubernetes “won” and has become the most widely used container orchestration platform for deploying, scaling, and managing containers. The offspring of Borg has grown up and is in Production. Part of the benefits of Kubernetes is that...
Kubernetes Rescheduling: A Pod’s Life and Reincarnation
Containers are today’s modern application standard, enabling rapid, iterative development and portability across any infrastructure. Container platforms—like Kubernetes—have risen out of the need to manage ever more distributed and dynamic cloud native applications. Problem solved,...
Keys to a Successful Digital Transformation
On my previous post I covered what makes managing and controlling cloud environments so difficult. The overwhelming amount of configuration options available together with the constant fluctuations in demand makes it extremely challenging to optimize...
Executive Dashboards in Turbonomic 6.1
One of the popularly asked for views in the Turbonomic community is a top-level view for both the on-premises and the cloud environments. Having this executive-level view helps to illustrate the value that your environment...
Putting the RI in RightSize with Turbonomic 6.1
Another incredibly powerful addition to the Turbonomic platform with the 6.1 release is the addition of more capabilities and actions for Reserved Instances on the pubic cloud. Continued innovation within the platform and by our...
What’s New in Turbonomic 6.1?
The excitement in our industry around the future of IT is incredible. That said, this excitement is also bringing with it an increased complexity as you bring new products and technologies into the hybrid environment....
Pushing the Diversity Conversation Forward
It is interesting to sit back and reflect on my past 3 years at Turbonomic. Throughout my progression from a commercial SDR to an Alliances SE, I have been fortunate enough to work with some...
TurboCares – Employees Giving Back
Fighting childhood poverty, providing pet-assisted therapy in nursing homes, and memorializing a lost friend by creating a charitable foundation that improves the lives of children through healthcare and education are just a few of the...
Finding a Work-Life Balance to Give Back
Life is better when you bring excitement to what you do and if you’re passionate about everything you do, you do those things with a positive attitude, a sense of purpose, and with a level...
Bringing My Authentic Self to Work
It’s not very common to find a workplace that allows you to be yourself – meaning that you can be transparent at work about your interests and hobbies outside of work. Bringing my authentic self...
Running for Hope in The 2018 Boston Marathon
I am very excited to announce that I will be running in my second consecutive Boston Marathon in support of Project Hope. Project Hope is a multi-service agency at the forefront of efforts in Boston to move families up and out...
Cloud Scalability: Scale Up vs Scale Out
IT Managers run into scalability challenges on a regular basis. It is difficult to predict growth rates of applications, storage capacity usage, and bandwidth. When a workload reaches capacity limits the question is how is performance...
Love Your Pet Day at Turbonomic
Though it might be a made up, ‘just for fun’ holiday… Turbonomic employees take their pets very seriously, so today, we’re celebrating National Love Your Pet Day. Every pet owner celebrates their furry friends in different ways,...
Helping Customers add the E to EC2
2018 is predicted to be the year of public cloud. In 24*7 IT Connection’s top technology predictions for 2018, 5 out of 9 predictions are about cloud. Turbonomic CTO, Charles Crouchman, agrees: “2018 is the year when the...
6 Ways You Can De-Stress at Work
If we’re being honest with ourselves, I think we can all agree that life can be stressful, especially our work-life. Stress is not necessarily an indicator of your dislike for the work you’re doing, but...
IT Then and Now
We experienced the first seismic shift in business when IT became accessible to all and revolutionized the workplace. Now, we are seeing new technologies power another shift in IT itself. Over the past 10 years,...
Women in Tech: Wine is not enough…
Women in tech, listen up! In case you were wondering, you have 11 more days in 2017 to contribute up to $18,000 into your 401k account. These contributions lower your taxable income and help save...
Tips for Getting Started in Tech Sales
In my role as a Sales Development leader, I spend my days working with SDRs who are in various stages of their careers. Some are fresh out of college working their first professional jobs, and...
How a Team Outing Led to Giving Back
A couple of months ago I began transitioning into a new role at Turbonomic on the Marketing team, which I’m so thrilled to take on. As the Corporate Event Manager for 2 ½ years prior...
Integrating DevOps Into a Mature Environment
Historically, IT has existed in a very siloed environment, with each function working on its own piece of the puzzle and nothing else. Silos are a natural outgrowth of specialized skills, and this mindset continued...
Why is controlling the cloud so hard?
According to most organizations the biggest drivers to cloud are elasticity and agility. In other words, it allows you to instantly provision and de-provision resources based on the needs of the business. You no longer...
Turbonomic at AWS re:Invent 2017
Las Vegas is currently watching an influx of cloud seekers and cloud builders converge on the city for this year’s edition of AWS re:Invent. The annual conference is touting a 40,000+ attendance for this year,...
The Perfect 200-Year-Old IT Plan
It’s that time of year again: Companies are beginning to close the books on 2017 and work on the 2018 IT Plan. As always, certain principles and goals will guide the IT plan, and IT...
How to Manage Relational Database Services in the Cloud
With its newest release of 6.0, Turbonomic introduces the ability to control Relational Database Services (RDB), the fastest growing service in the public cloud today. It also becomes the only hybrid cloud management platform that is capable...
How to Pick the Right Reserved Instances
Today, a common initiative across the industry is increase agility and delivery while simultaneously decreasing infrastructure spend. As a result, we are seeing a massive amount of undeniable momentum building up behind the journey to...
Making Lateral Career moves in R&D
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The Value of Embracing Rapid Releases
We see it in the government every day.  A bill is placed in hopes of being advanced, but there are a bunch of “riders” attached which means that saying yes to the main features of...
What to Expect at VMworld 2017
VMworld 2017 in the US is approaching quickly.  The buzz around many new technologies is strong, and we can inevitably expect to see lots of news hitting the wire from Sunday night right through to...
Shining a Light on Shadow IT
There is a parallel IT department lurking within your organization, right under your nose. An estimated 1/3 of all technology spending is occurring outside the IT department. You may think you’ve stopped it, or you...

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