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September 20th, 2018

Controlling the Wildfire of Container Management

This article was originally published by The New Stack. The learning curve for deploying containers is steep. Most organizations are only beginning to experiment before moving to production. The performance, cost and scalability benefits that containers deliver to an organization’s infrastructure (on-premises or in the cloud) are undeniable, which is likely why the smart folks … Continued

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September 19th, 2018

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’ rundown on remote work, which you can find here, but we wanted to also get a sense for the work-life … Continued

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September 18th, 2018

Learn What’s New in Turbonomic 6.2

Another important milestone for Turbonomic has been achieved with the official release of version 6.2 of the industry-leading workload automation platform for hybrid cloud.  Our team has been both listening and leading to the industry through our customers and our growing and excited community.  The launch of Turbonomic 6.2 marks another step forward in a … Continued

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September 18th, 2018

Continuing Expansion in Hybrid and Public Cloud Capabilities

As someone who thrives on solving complex challenges, the release of version 6.2 means more excitement and more opportunity to do something powerful for the industry at large.  The growth of hybrid ecosystems and containerization has continued to drive more opportunity, bringing with it more complexity.  That complexity comes from both operational challenges, and with … Continued

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September 13th, 2018

Turbonomic Achieves AWS Cloud Management Tools Competency in Inaugural Launch

2018 continues to demonstrate the unstoppable adoption of public cloud. Morgan Stanley predicts that in only 2 and a half years from today, almost half of all workloads will live in the public cloud. Cloud is no longer a trend that can be ignored. As it becomes part of more enterprise systems and mission-critical applications, … Continued

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September 11th, 2018

Employee Perspectives: Working Remotely for the First Time

Working remotely and being across the country from your company HQ isn’t always the easiest, but the benefits for some people can outweigh any of the cons that some might think of. I got to catch up with Ryan Geyer who joined Turbonomic in May of 2018. Ryan joined the company, but lived in Southern … Continued

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September 4th, 2018

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 of strengthening our team and succeeding in our mission to serve our customers. One member of TurboNation has worked both … Continued

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August 28th, 2018

Employee Perspectives: Traditions that Build Trust

At Turbonomic we have 3-Core Cultural Pillars that drive what we do and how we operate as a team. These pillars are; Trust, Performance and Transparency. When we think about Trust within our culture, there are countless examples of how trust as a foundational piece of our culture has grown organically and continues to thrive … Continued

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August 22nd, 2018

Announcing Turbonomic for Kubernetes-as-a-Service: Amazon EKS, Azure AKS, Google GKE, and Pivotal PKS

What’s New Today Turbonomic announces its support for Kubernetes-as-a-Service offerings from Amazon, Azure, Google, and Pivotal. Now workloads in your KaaS deployments can self-manage—continuously navigating the tradeoffs between performance, compliance and cost. More specifically, the actions that can be automated in these Kubernetes distributions: Ensure optimal container redistribution through automated pod rescheduling. When rescheduling pods, … Continued

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August 22nd, 2018

Employee Perspective: Interviewing as a TAM

This past year I have been looking for something in my life that would give me a real purpose. Not just a job but something that was fun, and I enjoyed doing. This made the job search a big challenge. I’ve been in the IT field for a long time in various positions. I also … Continued