PRESS RELEASE

October 28th, 2013

VMTurbo Co-Founder Yuri Rabover to Discuss Performance Optimization in Virtual and Cloud Environments at ‘Powering the Cloud’ Event



Rabover to Detail Best Practices for Leveraging Next-Generation Cloud Operations Solutions to Improve Service Delivery Processes for Private and Hybrid Cloud Infrastructures

Boston, MA – October 28, 2013 – VMTurbo, provider of the only software-defined control system for businesses running mission-critical applications on virtualized and cloud infrastructures, today announced that its Co-Founder and Vice President of Product Strategy Yuri Rabover will be presenting at the 2013 SNW Europe Conference, a part of SNIA’s ‘Powering the Cloud’ event. The Powering the Cloud co-located conferences, composed of SNW Europe, Datacenter Technologies and Virtualization World, focus on the key elements of the IT environment that are a vital part of any cloud strategy including data storage, data management, data protection and security plus desktop, server, storage and network virtualization.

With the rise of virtualization and cloud computing, IT service delivery has transformed. However the increased scale of cloud computing and virtualized data centers creates a complexity that is difficult to manage. Rabover will discuss a new approach to cloud operations management that improves IT service delivery processes and helps address this complexity.

Who: VMTurbo, a recent addition to the JPMorgan Chase & Co. Hall of Innovation, is now used by more than 9,000 enterprises and cloud service providers worldwide, including British Telecom, JN Data, TNT, CSC and the London School of Economics.  Deploying VMTurbo contributes to IT staff productivity savings of up to 20 percent and improvements in resource utilization of 20 to 40 percent – which converts to significant operational and capital expenditure benefits. Research from TechValidate found that 89 percent of VMTurbo customers surveyed realized value within three months of deploying VMTurbo and more than 60 percent of VMTurbo customers surveyed achieved impactful ROI within three weeks of deploying the platform.

What:    Driving Performance in Complex Virtual and Cloud Environments

                 Tuesday, October 29 at 2:00 pm, Room “Harmonie B”

 IT service delivery is undergoing a necessary transformation due to the popularity of virtualization and cloud computing. IT teams are now seeing virtualized clouds of pooled resources across clusters in virtual data centers orchestrated via cloud fabric controllers. Unfortunately, this increase in scale creates complexity that requires a new approach to cloud operations.

In this presentation, Rabover will detail the key challenges facing organizations as they scale out private and hybrid cloud infrastructure. He will share best practices for how these issues can be addressed by leveraging next-generation cloud operations solutions that provide intelligence, automation and orchestration capabilities to improve service delivery processes. When addressing cloud-scale management, a single control plane that identifies constraints in virtualized clouds and tunes and automates resource allocation to optimize and meet application SLAs is critical to achieving operational effectiveness and cost-savings.

When:   The 2013 Powering the Cloud conferences take place October 29-30, 2013.

Where:  The conferences will be held at The Congress Center in Frankfurt, Germany.

 

About VMTurbo

VMTurbo provides the only software-defined control system for businesses running mission-critical applications on virtualized or cloud infrastructures.  The Company applies proven economic principles to deliver a control system that continuously ensures performance while maximizing utilization to transform IT operations to scale to the complexities and dynamics of a software-defined world.  First launched in 2010, the VMTurbo platform is now used by more than 9,000 enterprises and cloud service providers worldwide, including Societe Generale, CMO Financial, Xerox Corporation, Reed Elsevier, H&M, BT, CSC and KPN.  VMTurbo is headquartered in Massachusetts, with offices in New York, California, the United Kingdom and Israel.

Ben Yemini Ben Yemini
At Turbonomic Ben ensures we continue to deliver unique value in our customers' hybrid cloud environments. He decided to join Turbonomic after spending too much time watching dev blame ops and ops blame dev while users still did not get the experience they wanted. Ben has over 15 year of experience in the enterprise software space first as developer and later as a product manager.