• How to manually deploy the Turbonomic Marketplace AMI on AWS

    Overview This guide will provide instructions on how to deploy the Turbonomic AWS Marketplace template on EC2.   For AWS Marketplace 1-Click Launch process please click here   Note: The process outlin...
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  • How to deploy Turbonomic Server on Azure (Marketplace Image)

    Overview This guide will provide instructions on how to deploy the Turbonomic Marketplace template on Azure.   For Deploying Turbonomic on AWS, please visit this article   Requirements: To deploy Turbo...
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  • 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.**   **Be aware** :    This article explains how to add a new virtual disk and to assign all space on...
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    last modified by dominic.grigg
  • 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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  • Setting up Active Directory in New UI

    1.) Navigate to Settings > User Management    2.) Select Active Directory and then Connect to AD. Enter in your Active Directory Domain. By default, the Active Directory Server is optional. If you would ...
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  • Enabling Azure VM memory metrics using Powershell for Windows VMs

    This document explained how to enable basic memory metrics in Azure VMs manually.  When you have more than a few this can be quite tedious.  Azure Powershell enables the automation of the process.  Afte...
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  • Enabling Azure VM memory metrics using Azure CLI for Linux VMs

    This document explained how to enable basic memory metrics in Azure VMs manually.  When you have more than a few this can be quite tedious. For Linux admins, Azure CLI enables command line access to the Azure API...
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  • Single Sign-On Authentication

    Configuring Single Sign-On Example of IdP Metadata Disabling Single Sign-On Support for Single Logout Managing User Accounts   If your company policy supports Single Sign-On (SSO) authentica...
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  • Using the 'Bare Metal' target functionality to add physical machines for Cloud migration plans.

    Purpose  of the Bare Metal target:   The Bare Metal Hypervisor target exists solely for the purpose of running Physical Machine to Cloud migration plans. This is done by creating a 'fake' VM in the On-prem ...
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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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  • Extend disk partition -- AWS Turbonomic Instance

    These instructions are for extending disk partitions on Turbonomic instances hosted in AWS, not on-prem. To extend disk partition for an on-prem Turbonomic instance see this article -- How to extend existing part...
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  • Tips for adding AddDynamics Target

    Overview In order to add AppDynamics Target there are few requirements (for more details, please review the latest Target Configuration guide): AppD Target name (DNS) - you must ensure the name resolves on the Turbon...
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  • Turbo Tip: How to Group Cloud VMs/Instances that do not have tags assigned

    Overview This article covers the process of creating a dynamic VM group of cloud VMs without any tags assigned.   Grouping VMs without any tags can be used to help and ensure tagging compliance within an organiz...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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...