TurboStack - The Making of the Lab

Document created by discoposse Expert on Aug 5, 2016Last modified by discoposse Expert on Sep 8, 2016
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Because we want to make sure that you can kick the tires on as much in your lab as possible, we created the TurboStack giveaway.  You don't even need the hardware to run these recipes either, which is all kinds of awesome.


All of the content we run for our TurboStack is also either open source, or something that you would have access to through on-demand such as AWS and Azure.  This allows us to share it via the community without any issues of you having to chase down licenses.


For your Turbonomic licensing, you can also request a trial license if you don't already have one.  TurboStack winners will receive one as a part of the prize package.  Bloggers and partners have the opportunity to get our longer-term NFR (Not For Resale) licenses, so make sure to connect with me (discoposse) to get you set up for that.


Here are some sample recipes to get you rolling!


Installing Turbonomic on VirtualBoxHow to add a Turbonomic control instance in your lab using VirtualBox as the hypervisor hostDeploying a Turbonomic Control Instance on a VirtualBox Lab – DiscoPosse.com
Attaching Turbonomic to your AWS EnvironmentConnect to AWS with Turbonomic which gives you the abiltity to dive into the performance assurance and very cool full stack visibility on your AWS environmentAttaching Turbonomic to your AWS Environment – DiscoPosse.com
Deploying Cloud Foundry on VirtualBox with the HPE Stackato VMCloud Foundry is a very cool PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) environment to work with, and luckily there is a pretty quick way to kick the tires by using a pre-built VM and running on VirtualBox.COMING SOON
Connecting your Turbonomic Control Instance to Cloud FoundryAttaching Turbonomic to your Cloud Foundry is super simple, but it's always nice to get a little guidance on the first steps.COMING SOON
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