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March 15th, 2018

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 maintained while preserving efficiency to scale? The ability to use the cloud to scale quickly and handle unexpected rapid … Continued

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March 14th, 2018

Lessons Learned from Being in The U.S Army

For six years, I had the opportunity to serve in the U.S Army with various duty stations all over the country. To most, it can be a demanding and challenging time on your family, and your own self, but to others it is a pivotal time in developing lasting skills. When people think of the … Continued

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March 8th, 2018

International Women’s Day: Advice from Women at Turbonomic

Today is International Women’s Day. This is a day to reflect and celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements made by women. It marks another year of progress for women across the globe. As a hyper growth company, we’re always looking for ways to improve our workplace and part of that includes creating a workplace where everyone … Continued

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March 7th, 2018

International Women’s Day: Interviews with the Women of EMEA

Today is International Women’s Day. This is a day to reflect and celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements made by women. This week we spoke to some awesome women at Turbonomic and asked them a few questions as we reflect and recognize the achievements women have made this year and look ahead with the … Continued

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February 26th, 2018

How The Industry Approaches True Elasticity, Part 3: Batch Analytics

The third type of solutions attempt to resolve the problem using batch analytics (check out my previous posts on the manual approach and the rules-based approach if you aren’t up to speed yet on the first two approaches). They take a dataset from a single point in time and run a complex analysis on the … Continued

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February 20th, 2018

Turbonomic and Microsoft: Maximizing the Public Cloud

2018 is slated to be the year that public cloud further permeates the market in a massive way. Forrester predicts the public cloud market to generate $178B dollars this year, and that over 50% of all global enterprises will not only use but rely upon public cloud. As public cloud becomes baked into the DNA … Continued

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February 20th, 2018

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, but whatever it may be, I think we can all agree that pet-lovers never hold back when it comes to … Continued

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February 9th, 2018

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

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February 7th, 2018

3 Things I’m Excited About for Turbonomic in 2018

As the holidays of 2017 came to a close and the kick off of 2018 began, I stopped for a moment to think about the upcoming year for myself professionally and personally. I quickly realized that less and less of my thoughts on 2018 were about “me” and more were about “Turbonomic” as a whole. … Continued

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February 2nd, 2018

How the Industry Approaches True Elasticity Part 1: The Manual Approach

In my previous post I discussed the problem facing most organizations in various stages of cloud adoption – how to deliver application SLA as efficiently as possible, only paying for what they use and only using what they need. The only way to solve this problem is to find a way to calibrate the allocation … Continued