Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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For many organizations, Amazon Web Services has become the primary choice for new applications and a logical target for migrations. With all the benefits AWS provides it also presents multiple performance, operational, architectural and cost considerations.

Turbonomic enables you to safely accelerate your migration to AWS and ensures you get the best performance, cost and compliance once you’re there.





With Turbonomic you’ll gain the insights you need to effectively scale on AWS, align with Service Levels and deliver services without overspending.

  • Visibility into costs, resource consumption and application tier, no agents required
  • Specific actions to reduce cost without impacting performance
  • Smarter migrations from on-premises to AWS, or back
  • Purpose-built business compliance engine integrating financial, organizational and regulatory constraints
  • Application quality of service, intelligent auto-scaling based on multiple dimensions, not a single threshold

Navigating AWS Performance and Cost

Many enterprises are moving from a virtualization-first to a cloud-first policy for all applications. Are you?

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How Turbonomic identifies over-sized AWS EC2 instances and makes specific downsize decisions
  • How Turbonomic continuously analyzes the resources your applications are consuming, accesses the data and decides on instance sizing, provisioning and placement.
  • How an autonomic approach to auto-scaling lets you spend less time worrying about the performance and run-away bills and more time building and deploying your applications.
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Navigating Amazon Web Services Performance & Price

Accelerate AWS Migrations

The Turbonomic platform continuously analyzes real-time workload demand and performance characteristics and available resources from on-premises and public cloud service providers. It enables you to model scenarios leveraging real-time data so you can confidently execute a migration to AWS.

Turbonomic accurately matches what you consume on-premises to what you need to consume in AWS to assure performance while lowering cloud costs. The platform provides decisions of which apps to move first, proper workload sizing before you migrate so you don’t overspend and step-by-step guidance of which hosts, data stores, clusters and data centers to retire or repurpose as you migrate.

Reduce AWS Bills

Turbonomic provides specific decisions to downsize and continuously place instances based on real-time application demand, minimizing cost without impacting performance and while abiding by business policies. The platform enables you to set an AWS account level budget and continuously analyzes expenses. It tracks what is being spent against the defined budget and projects future monthly bills to accurately plan.

By giving workloads the right amount of resources—not more, not less—you’ll exceed performance expectations while significantly reducing your monthly AWS bill.

AWS Cloud Cost Curve

Centralize Visibility

As multiple groups across your organization leverage cloud services keeping up with what is being consumed where and the associated costs is a daunting challenge. Turbonomic aggregates and centralizes visibility into resource consumptions and costs. Key performance metrics of AWS instances are tracked, reported and trended, including Compute and Storage resources (CPU, Memory, IOPS and Latency), across regions and zones.

Without agents, Turbonomic connects to the applications and aggregates app tier metrics (e.g. connections, heap, threads, response times, transaction rates) to ensure applications get the resources they need when they need them. AWS bills are aggregated across services, regions, accounts and lines of business and tracked in a single view against defined budget. Workload specific costs are continuously tracked and reported by regions, tags or custom groups.

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Enforce Compliance

Turbonomic scaling and placement decisions incorporate your business policies. The platform’s group policy capability lets you define dynamic application and infrastructure resource groups and set QoS targets, priorities, organizational or financials constraints.

With Turbonomic designated HA workloads are spread across multiple regions and availability zones complying with risk management specifications for mission critical applications. Workload placement and movement is limited to sanctioned cloud provider regions or on-premises data centers and clusters.

You’ll easily incorporate PCI, HIPAA, HA and data sovereignty policies and be assured that the platform takes them into account as it provides you with the best scaling decisions.

Application QoS on AWS

AWS offers easy access to compute, storage and network resources making building and scaling simpler than ever, but performance management is still up to you. Turbonomic decisions continuously align application workloads to EC2 instances based on the real-time resource demands. Scaling decisions are based on workload demand for memory, CPU, storage and network resources. Turbonomic seamlessly controls AWS EC2 instances, auto-scaling them as workload demand fluctuates. The platform enables you to deliver the quality of service you need while minimizing your AWS bill and incorporating your business policies.

AWS EC2 Instances Workloads


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