Mor Cohen

Mor Cohen

Public Cloud Product Management Lead

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How The Industry Approaches True Elasticity, Part 2: Making Rules

Last week I discussed the Manual Approach to unlocking true elasticity and this week I will continue by discussing second type of solution commonly seen in the industry: attempting to resolve the problem by applying rules that kick in when a threshold is crossed (if X happens, do Y). The rule usually applies to a … Continued

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 cloud comes into much better focus. Those that take advantage of elasticity of the IaaS layer and/or services available … 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 have to build the church for Sunday. Once in the cloud though 80% of companies report receiving bills 2-3 times … Continued

What’s New in Turbonomic 5.9

Being a part of the development and product management team for Turbonomic continues to excite me every day.  The release of Turbonomic 5.9 brings the industry-proven foundations that we have developed on since 2010 and now brings those capabilities to hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. As organizations strive to modernize and transform their IT processes, … Continued

The WWW (Three W’s) of the Hybrid Cloud

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 Azure, and the demand keeps growing every year. Concerns that prevented companies from choosing public clouds as their go to … Continued