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VMTurbo Operations Manager Wins Bronze in TechTarget’s Storage Magazine 2013 Product of the Year

By on February 13, 2014




VMTurbo Operations Manager Wins Bronze in TechTarget’s Storage Magazine 2013 Product of the Year The newest version of Operations Manager automatically maps virtual machines to the underlying storage systems, which in turn provide metrics, including IOPS, disk capacity and CPU usage. Those metrics are displayed through a control panel; Operations Manager can continuously make recommendations regarding workload

The Virtualization Practice News: VMTurbo Extends Software Driven Control ..

By on February 6, 2014




“VMTurbo has announced a new version of its VMTurbo Operations Manager that extends its ability to automatically ensure workload resource allocation by taking control actions at both the physical storage layer and the converged fabric layer. VMTurbo Background VMTurbo is a unique vendor in the Operations Management space in that they allow you to specify

Everything Should be Virtual: VMTurbo Release

By on February 6, 2014




“VMTurbo is a great product in regards to overall health of your virtual environments. Their product assists in identifying where improvements can be made as well as providing a great level of detail of capacity and etc.” Continue reading Everything Should be Virtuals post

Forbes: Growing At 100% VMTurbo Takes Share And Talent From IBM

By on February 6, 2014




You’d expect a huge company to lord it over an upstart. But what happens if that corporate goliath moves so slowly that its top talent leaves with a great idea and turns it into a powerful product? Maybe nothing. That’s because people are reluctant to buy from a startup given its high odds of failure.

VMwareArena Welcomes VMTurbo as a new Sponsor

By on February 5, 2014




VMTurbo Released Operations Manager v4.5 with Storage and Fabric Control Module First of all before going to talk about VMTurbo Operation Manager, VMwareArena Welcomes VMTurbo as a new Sponsor. On Jan 28,2014 -VMTurbo released its new version version of Operation manager which is Operations manager version 4.5. VMTurbo’s Operation manager continuously analyzes the real-time performance,

The Cloudcast #124 – Cloud Operations

By on December 9, 2013




The Cloudcast’s Aaron Delp talks with Shmuel Kliger, Founder & President of VMTurbo. Topics include cloud operations, common problems and root cause, implications of Open Source Software on the market, and predictions for the future. Click here to listen.

New VMTurbo article published in The Data Center Journal

By on December 2, 2013




In the international bestseller The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century, author Thomas Friedman states that the world is now a level playing field for commerce, where all competitors have an equal opportunity regardless of their physical location, history or economic position. Read the rest of this article recently published in The

VMTurbo and CloudTweaks collaborate on ‘What’s All the Software Defined Fuss About? Busting Myths from VMworld’

By on November 13, 2013




Talking with people at VMworld in San Francisco and Barcelona, it was clear that software-defined networking (SDN) and software-defined data centers (SDDC) were a major area of focus for most businesses. These topics are vital to the evolution of virtualization and cloud infrastructure but media hype is already starting to distort the realities they present to the

VMWorld-Barcelona Interview with VMTurbo Founder & President (Truebittv)

By on November 5, 2013




Click below to watch VMTurbo Founder & President, Shmuel Kliger, discuss how to better manage virtual environments, exciting new trends in virtualization and much more. VMWorld-Barcelona Interview

Auto-Optimize your virtual infrastructure with VMTurbo (ESX Virtualization)

By on October 19, 2013




by Vladan Seget at ESX Virtualization I think that VMturbo needs closer look as it seems that fairly often they’re put into a “monitoring” solution basket. That’s not what they’re doing. Of course they monitor the virtual infrastructure, but only to be able to take corrective actions so the application can perform in state where

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