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What We Do
Turbonomic delivers Workload Automation for Hybrid Cloud environments by simultaneously optimizing performance, cost, and compliance in real-time.
It provides all workloads the exact resources they need, at the right time, and always in accordance with policies.
Automatically allocate resources to the workloads that need them the most optimizing performance
Automatically maximize workload density and resource utilization minimizing infrastructure/cloud cost
Automatically place, size, and move workloads while always maintaining compliance with policies
“When you look at a Cisco-powered data center, the Turbonomic suite, with its dynamic model, is really the secret sauce for how you get everything out of that data center that you can.”
Sr. Director, Cloud Orchestration & Platform Services, Cisco
“The return on investment was instantaneous for us. Think about not having to spend $5 or $10 million to really meet the next year's capacity demand.”
Chief Information Officer, BMC
"I want to move from thousands to millions of automated decisions as quickly as we can. And both our client and our teams can focus on work that's ultimately going to pay off in business results for the client. So it's kind of win-win every which way you look at it."
VP Global Operations, DXC
Turbonomic named Multicloud Management Innovator in IDC Innovators report.
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“Turbonomic’s technology is helping JPMorgan Chase optimize our environments, supporting a move from reactive to predictive workload management.”
EDF Renewable Energy
“We have a large, expansive environment, and we trust Turbonomic to take care of those tasks that would otherwise have taken us three to four hours a week.”
"Our collaboration with Turbonomic assures performance of any workload, whether running on private or public cloud, and helps to accelerate delivery of new applications at scale."