• New Chances to Become Turbonomic-Certified

    Announcing new opportunities to enhance your knowledge of Turbonomic. Both include training, lab exercises, study materials, and the exams. Turbonomic ACE certification is a prerequisite for ACE Professional (ACE PRO)...
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  • Install Turbonomic on RedHat 7.x (CentOS)

    For a comprehensive install guide please refer to the official documentation starting on page 52 of the Installation Guide: https://docs.turbonomic.com/pdfdocs/Turbonomic_INSTALL_PRINT_6.4.2.pdf  Prerequisites f...
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  • How To Perform a Turbonomic "Offline Update" - Latest Links Included

    ** Updated October 7th, 2019 **   IMPORTANT:  Before proceeding with any update Turbonomic strongly recommends that you prepare a full backup.    The installation procedure will check whether you...
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  • CWOM Technical Resources (Public)

    Technical Collateral & Field Info CWOM Integration Information Demo Resources Register for a Cisco Account ** Setup/Register/Associate your CCO ID, for free access to cisco.com resources, such as Sa...
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  • Turbonomic EULA (2019)

    Attached to this post is a PDF of our current EULA. If you wish to propose specific changes in the process of finalizing your agreement with VMTurbo, please request an editable version from Steve.Rajcula@turbonomic.co...
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  • Setting up CloudWatch Memory Metrics on Windows Instances on AWS

    Turbonomic leverages MemoryUsed reported into CloudWatch. This document covers configuring the AWS CloudWatch agent to capture Windows EC2 MemoryUsed stats in Turbonomic by leveraging AWS Systems M...
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  • Automating Stop and Start AWS and Azure VMs on a Schedule in 6.4

    With our latest release we’ve improved the scheduling functionality in Turbonomic making it much easier to set a schedule for suspending and starting VMs in AWS and Azure.   Below is an example of how to ...
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  • Turbonomic Health Checks

    This feature implements two monitoring scripts which alert the end user when disk usage thresholds have been exceeded (80% utilization). The system notifications scripts are planned for the 6.3 release.   The sc...
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  • Creating Azure Service Principal using Azure CLI

    Overview In this guide, we will cover the process of creating an Azure Service Principal and (optionally) assign it to multiple subscriptions using Azure CLI. We will then use the information to add an Azure Targ...
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  • Cloud Control Setup Overview [Start Here]

    **Targeting Public Cloud providers requires a license key that includes the "Public Cloud" feature. If you are not able to add AWS, Azure or Softlayer with your current license please reach out to sales@turbonomi...
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  • How to add Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) Account to Turbonomic

    Overview This article covers the process of adding Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) account to Turbonomic v6.4 and higher.   Adding Microsoft EA account to Turbonomic allows it to connect to your EA...
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  • Azure Target Setup [Turbonomic 6.4 or later]

    This document is a part of the Cloud Control Setup Overview [Start Here]. Targeting Public Cloud providers requires a license key that includes those features. If you are not able to add AWS, Azure or Softla...
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  • Disable scale actions for AWS EMR clusters

    This document describes how to disable scale actions for AWS EMR in Turbonomic by creating a dynamic group filtered to appropriate tags.    What is AWS EMR?  AWS EMR is a big data platform which allow...
  • Cloud Control: Azure Target Setup [Turbonomic 5.9 to 6.3x] [Complete Guide]

    This document is a part of the Cloud Control Setup Overview [Start Here]. Targeting Public Cloud providers requires a license key that includes those features. If you are not able to add AWS, Azure or Softla...
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  • Turbo Tip: Recommend Resizing to VM Templates

    Summary: In many environments, there may be a need to align all VMs to standard sizes or configurations with regards to vCPU and memory. These are often referred to as standard VM “templates”. However, th...
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  • How to Enable Memory Metrics on Azure Manually

    Overview In this document, we will be looking at how we can enable Basic Metrics on Azure. This document will cover how to do this manually. If you don't have Basic Metrics enabled then Azure will not be collecting Me...
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  • Setting up CloudWatch Memory Metrics on Linux Instances on AWS

    Turbonomic leverages MemoryUsed reported into CloudWatch. This document covers configuring the AWS CloudWatch agent to capture Linux EC2 MemoryUsed stats in Turbonomic by leveraging AWS Systems Man...
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    last modified by jacob.bendavid
  • How to Extend the Disk Partition on CentOS

    **This document outlines how to resize a partition on a Turbonomic/CentOS VM using a new disk added.**   By default, Turbonomic ships with three separate partitions.    Step 1: Add a new Disk fro...
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    last modified by Anson McCook
  • Setup for Hyper-V, VMM, Exchange Targets - Enable WinRM Manually with Troubleshooting steps

    Enabling WinRM is required to connect to Hyper-V, VMM, or Exchange targets. To enable WinRM manually on a target, just run the following commands via PowerShell.   Set-Item WSMan:\localhost\Service\AllowUnencrypt...
  • Turbo Tip: Adding AWS Target using role based cross-account trust

    OverviewThis summary documents how a Turbonomic instance can access multiple AWS targets using a role based access rather than doing so through access keys.  This offers a more manageable and scalable o...
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