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Turbonomic Support for AWS and Kubernetes

Blog Post created by dave.henry on Dec 9, 2016

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you probably already know I’m a fan of Turbonomic’s suite of tools for monitoring, management, and automation. Personally, I believe they’re the best at what they do — providing application performance, uptime, and resiliency, along with improving over all IT infrastructure efficiency and automated remediation of potential problems for on-premises environments.

Of course, more organizations are moving their workloads into the public cloud, either exclusively or as part of a hybrid cloud set-up. An on-premises-only automation tool isn’t enough to meet these organizations’ needs.

So, Turbonomic has extended their suite of offerings by adding support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Kubernetes. I’ll talk about each of these, and let you know how you can take them for a six-month test drive for free.

Read the rest of the post on my blog here.

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